Tag: high school

A Day in the Life of a Working Mother: Emily

5:30 am: First alarm. 5:35: Second alarm. 5:40: Third alarm.  My phone flashes a message I programmed: GET UP YOU ARE RUNNING LATE.  I roll over and enjoy the warmth of my three-year-old for ten more seconds.  She’s been in bed with me for a week, as little sister’s transition to their shared room hasn’t

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Thoughts of a mom of young kids watching her niece graduate from high school.

  Last night I attended my niece Sabrina’s high school graduation. Being a mom of two girls aged 2 and 4, it’s not often I get to blog about a direct experience in teenager-related milestones, so I thought this would be a fun opportunity for me. I think the last high school graduation I attended

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High School Throwback: Christa

I enjoyed my time in high school. I was a decent student (who really blossomed academically in college) whose friendships crisscrossed into several different cliques without (I think, though others may define me differently) falling into any one particular group myself. I tried a lot of different activities – making costumes for the school plays

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High School Throwback: Randi

OK kids, time to join Sherman and Mr. Peabody in the Wayback Machine! And please don’t tell me you never heard of Sherman and Mr. Peabody…. From 1966-1970, I went to the Philadelphia High School for Girls, aka Girls’ High, a public single sex high school for which one had to qualify academically. It was

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