I am so proud of you mamas. I think we’re doing a pretty great of job lifting each other up around here and hopefully in real life too. Sometimes I think I do a better job supporting stranger mamas in their parenting than I do my own spouse. So, today I wanted to take today
Editor’s Note: While CT Working Moms is mainly a place for moms, every now and then we’ll be sharing posts from dads too. Let me get something off my chest…I am not a babysitter. It drives me nuts when people, even family members, refer to me staying at home with my daughters alone as babysitting.
Editor’s Note: While CT Working Moms is mainly a place for moms, every now and then we’ll be sharing posts from dads too. One of the things that I have focused on, struggled with, and often questioned is how to effectively achieve a work-life balance. This radically changed since becoming a father. I don’t know
Recently I have had the opportunity to talk with some moms who have young children and who work full time. There are a number of such women in the organization in which I work, in other arenas of my life and even in my own family. They all have one thing in common: they are
My father passed away on September 11 this year. I suddenly realized I didn’t have all of the time I wanted with him, and I never took the opportunity to get his advice on parenting. And I never thought to ask. Chances are, he would have made me work for the answers anyway. In the
Dear Jim, I hope you don’t mind that I’m writing this letter to you in such a public way but with Father’s Day approaching, I think you deserve a bit of recognition for all that you do. You are a family man in the true sense of the word and I absolutely love that about