Author Archives: Jaime

Occupy Motherhood

Unless you are living under a rock, chances are you’ve been exposed to the Occupy movement that has spread across the United States in recent months.  According to the Occupy Wall Street website they are fighting back against the corrosive … Continue reading

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The Parental Looking-Glass

I can’t go back to yesterday, because I was a different person then – Lewis Carroll Nearly two weeks after my 31st birthday I became a mother.  I believe that anyone who becomes a parent can clearly divide their life … Continue reading

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Technology vs. Parenting

The year was 1990: I was in the 6th grade, Wilson Phillips was my favorite band and my Dad got his first cell phone.  I remember thinking how cool it was that we could now call people while we were … Continue reading

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Calculated Risks in Parenthood

I’ve always been a risk taker.  When I was about five, my two older brothers dared me to jump off of the top of their bunk bed.  Without missing a beat I stretched my arms out in front of me, … Continue reading

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