by Valerie Vickerman Runes
“I can’t do it. Valerie, I CAN’T DO IT!”
“Yes you can Beth. It’s OK. You can do this.”
Reassuring words become a habit after a while. The right words said in the right way at the right time.
“Reach down and touch your baby’s head.”
A tentative touch. A... Find Out More
Your Government, Your Rights
by Allison Crews
Applying for and receiving government aid
Your kid's gotta eat, you need a place to live, and you need to see a doctor. That's just the way it is. But many parents are too ashamed of the social stigma attached to recipients of government aid to seek the help they need. Let go... Find Out More
I Can Do It
by Kristy Morrison
Some people go through their lives with only minor changes, minor events. Then again, there are people whose lives can change entirely in just one year. I am one of those people. One of the milestones of my life occurred when I was in high school, and changed my life completely.
I... Find Out More
Compiled by many members of the Girl-Mom community:
- Today I took him to the park, and I'm still energetic and agile enough to run around and climb the monkey bars with him!
- I know I won't hurt myself like my mom used to if I roll around on the floor having a tickle fight!
-I'll still be super young when they are adults... Find Out More
Ordinary Angels by Tovi McCoy Four years back.
Sitting locked inside a bathroom stall trying to control the tears. In this high school I knew well. I had gone there almost two full semesters, a long time for someone whowent to nine different high schools before actually graduating. I decided I would not come out of the stall... Find Out More