Kids are weird. And inappropriate. And scary. My kid in particular — at least so I thought up until just recently. So my daughter gets a little nervous and silly sometimes, especially when she’s being shy or, say, meeting people for the first time. Or if she just wants to embarrass me. Apparently. Because the anxious… Read More Is This Normal?
It occurs to me sometimes that I am meandering through life still trying to figure things out in my mid-thirties, the age at which I had always assumed I would be finished with figuring out all the things. It pains me, at these times, to consider the fact that I am dragging my poor kids… Read More When Motherhood Feels Like a Dress Rehearsal for the Real Thing
Our State appellate court recently issued a decision in the ten-year-old saga of Albini v. Connecticut Medical Examining Board, in which the administrative agency responsible for the licensing and regulating of physicians sought to prevent two certified professional midwives from engaging in activity that it claimed constituted the practice of medicine without a license.… Read More Connecticut Appellate Court: Midwifery Does Not Constitute the Practice of Medicine in Normal Pregnancies