The Terrible, Horrible, No-Good, Very-Bad Days

Last week I put together a slide show for a good friend who is leaving Copenhagen. I watched it with my husband, smiling and getting a little teary. As the music faded and the presentation ended with a slick little slide reading "The End", he looked at me and said: "Wow, anyone would think we had loads of... Continue Reading →


Same as it Ever Was

My son started fifth grade a few weeks ago. He went to school with a packed lunch and a bunch of new pencils and came home with schedule and a little bit of a crush. He re-established old friendships, invited the new boy to sit at his lunch table, decided to try out for the... Continue Reading →

Balancing Acts

There are times when parenting seems to be nothing more than a big show of balancing acts.  Balance between nurture and nature, between choice and obligation, between sweet, cuddling love and "This hurts me more than it hurts you" discipline.  Balance between giving advice and sitting back and allowing natural consequences to take place. Between... Continue Reading →

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