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One thing I learned right away was that if this was to work — and I believed it could — then honesty was crucial. I didn’t want to pretend everything was fine. I didn’t want to indulge in apologetics
At the grand age of six, I already knew many important things. One: doctors like poking people. Two: parents don’t like explaining things.
If Fraidy brushed off comments with vague rejoinders, well, there was a new Infiniti in the driveway and a full-time Rosanna to confirm everyone’s suspicions
A soldier, furious that the two Jewish recruits are being accepted by the others, throws a stein of beer at Moe, just missing him
Aviva finds out that her parents are coming for Shabbos. Suri and Yael are surprised by the appearance of three graduate students.
Was my child the only black-and-white thinker in the class who would be devastated when a gold-laden structure failed to descend from Heaven?
Some creative moms turn their homes into camp — and say that the experience is worth every ounce of energy.
The Camp Mommy idea grows on me. Maybe I really should keep her home?
There comes a lull in the summer when there are no appointments, no day camp, and not a whole lot of ideas or motivation. I decided then that it was time, not just for Mommy Camp, but for Chesed Camp.
Mediation gives divorcing couples a way to keep fighting in check, save thousands in legal fees, and obtain fair division of assets and responsibilities.
Once we get a diagnosis of sensory processing disorder, the real work can begin.
Meet three sheitel machers who have washed, cut, and set their way to the top — and have the stories to prove it!