Early last year, two bloggers — Jessica Smock (who writes the School of Smock blog) and Stephanie Sprenger (who pens Mommy, For Real) — bonded over the memoir She Matters: A Life in Friendships by Susanna Sonnenberg. From there, an idea to start their own blog series on women’s friendships grew. Within a few short months, the blog series became an anthology with some 50 contributors — including Carlin Flora, author of Friendfluence: The Continue reading
I am not one of those gals who takes forever to get ready simply to leave the house. I do insist on showering if I’ll be seen in public. And makeup. And doing something with my hair other than hide it under a baseball cap. But generally, I can make it from shower to sedan in about 30 minutes flat. So when the time came to dress my newborn for brunch, I didn’t think it would be that much different. After all, he’s a boy. Men can get Continue reading
The rush of gratitude you feel when your children grant you 5 minutes of peace … on a snow day. Special thanks to Suburban Snapshots for the inspiration.
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