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honestly

Meet You On the Porch

We simply look at each other and say, “Meet you on the porch.” It’s our meeting spot, our attempt at connecting at the end of the day before we once again turn our attention to the four children who are constantly demanding it. read more

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Treasure the Moment

He said it sweetly enough and was holding a dandelion in my direction. It must have been the 269th dandelion he gave me this year and at the moment with sweat threatening to trickle down my back and with the house all locked up, I didn't want a dandelion. read more

essentials

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

honestly

Fights

I glared over at Derek sitting on my college futon that acted as the apartment’s central piece of furniture. I softly laughed, hoping that would break the tension. We couldn’t come to the phone right now, that was for sure; we weren’t in the mood to talk to anyone. read more

self

25 Profound Habits of Real-Life Happy Couples

They say it’s the small things – both in life and in love. It’s the small personal things that say, “I am thinking about you.” It’s the little on-going gestures that say, “You and me – we’re in it together.” And sometimes, it’s the tiniest gesture that says, “I know you.” read more