parents

The boundless love a parent has for their child is matched only by their capacity to embarrass them.

  • David PeoplesTV
    Published 4 days ago
    A Father and Son Eating Yogurt and Being Sad

    A Father and Son Eating Yogurt and Being Sad

    I've worked at a frozen yogurt shop/coffee shop for over 3 years now. Yes that's right, a yogurt AND coffee shop, we sell both. It's a quiet job that has given me a chance to interact with a large variety of everyday people, and witness numerous encounters between those people that I believe can give us all a glimpse into what life is truly about. These are those stories.
  • Frankie
    Published 5 days ago
    The Only Good Thing

    The Only Good Thing

    
And an unloving, tyrannous, brutal man needs no motive to prompt his cruelty; he needs only the perpetual presence of a woman he can call his own. A whole park full of tame or timid-eyed animals to torment at his will would not serve him so well to glut his lust of torture; they could not feel as one woman does; they could not throw out the keen retort which whets the edge of hatred.

  • DenisseAlice
    Published 11 days ago
    I am Stong because I came from a Strong Woman!
  • Razzak Rafi
    Published 11 days ago
    How to Use Your Baby Activity Table
  • donna steele
    Published 14 days ago
    Grasping the clouds

    Grasping the clouds

    A dreary Sunday approached quickly and I was not prepared how I would feel about missing my Dad especially during the holidays. I remembered I have not been following the calendar like I used to, so I was not aware of how many days were left in the month of December. Then, oddly enough, I had a feeling about needing a nap, in which I gave into. And, I am glad I did because I woke up feeling rested. After some much-needed relaxation, something refreshed my memory about the tough days that may follow.
  • Lucinda Cotter
    Published 14 days ago
    Fragments of my Father
  • Michelle Schultz
    Published 16 days ago
    5 Things We Never Thought We'd Do As Parents

    5 Things We Never Thought We'd Do As Parents

    Before I became a mother I never thought I would be a mother. Of course, when I got pregnant, I had an idea of how I would parent. I was going to be my little girl's best friend. But there is a giant list of things I would never thought I would do as a mother starting with this
  • Tarsha Benevento
    Published 17 days ago
    Don’t Be A Tree

    Don’t Be A Tree

    I am a Warrior Mom. What does that mean? It means that I suffered from and survived postpartum depression. In my case, it also means that I am a mom of children who have special needs. The beginning of motherhood was not magical for me. In fact I was stuck, isolated, stagnant and afraid.
  • Carlene Charles
    Published 20 days ago
    The 'Perfect' Parent

    The 'Perfect' Parent

    Questions about parenthood that I frequently hear
  • Diana Murray
    Published 27 days ago
    Boredom and Creativity

    Boredom and Creativity

    When I was a teenager, we didn’t have iPhones or even internet.
  • Mar Ta
    Published 29 days ago
    Part 1: the boy who wasn’t ready prepared me for the man who was

    Part 1: the boy who wasn’t ready prepared me for the man who was

    Thinking about dating and getting to know someone, all over again is something I’m sure we all hate. I mean, isn’t it easier to just deal with your current SO since you’re comfortable and c’mon he isn’t that bad, right?
  • Emma Conrad
    Published 30 days ago
    12 Ways to Help a Friend Who Just Had a Baby

    12 Ways to Help a Friend Who Just Had a Baby

    Postpartum life is hard. Like so hard. And if your friends are anything like I was, I didn't feel like I should or could ask for help. I felt like I was the mom and so I should be the one doing everything. But the truth is, it's nearly impossible to do everything yourself. My husband took less than a week off work when our son was born, so my days felt like they were about 23,402 hours long.