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One Mom’s Approach to Panhandling

“What does that sign say?” A question I often hear from the backseat as we’re stopped at an intersection. I’m aware of the person standing on the corner asking for money, and I know my passengers’ questions are inevitable. read more

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How Parenting Changed my Marriage

We had no idea that day how raising little people together would change us. Because yes, mothering has changed me and being a father has changed Derek. So if we’re both different as a result, why have I been surprised our relationship has also changed? read more

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Raising Great Kids – Naked Ideas

In the Summer edition of Hello, Darling magazine Dr. Townsend tackled the question of how long we should be nude in front of our children. We share more of your responses to what boundaries you have in your family! read more

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How I Love My Kids by Loving their Dad

I frequently hear I am the best mom for my kids. But when I begin to recount the reasons why I’m a good mom, I usually come up with a laundry list of how I serve them. But Darling, here is the most honest truth about my family, one of the best ways I love my kids is by loving their dad. read more

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Parent Preference

When they’re babies, we secretly love that our kids prefer mom. Until we want one night out without a he-won’t-take-a-bottle-from-me phone call from dad. read more