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Finding My Inner Boy

For five years I was a mom to a girl. This meant that I spent a lot of time thinking pink and sparkles. Most of my play time with my child was spent playing with her baby dolls, having tea parties, or painting her cute little toes. I was comfortable with this role as a mom. I am a girl. I understood her and what she would like. Plus, come on, what mom does not love getting to be a dance mom and being backstage at ballet recitals with their daughter? It was a dream come true!

Answers To Your Circus Questions

We had the opportunity to do an email interview with Johnathon Lee Iverson, the Ringmaster of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus - coming to town this weekend on Jan 23-25, 2015 at Bridgestone Arena. Tickets are still available. Visit Ringling.com for more information.

We asked you what you wanted to know about the circus and here are the answers.

A Re-Introduction to Introducing Foods

Whether your children are small, grown or are yet to come, there’s no doubt you’ve received or copious advise on what you need to feed your children. Doctors , friends, and family are loaded with tips and words of wisdom for what and when to start feeding your kids. Although this advice is often times valuable it can get difficult to sift through the recommendations to find what works best for you and your child.

The First Word In Parenting

I am often surprised to hear people say that their marriage was great until the kids arrived. It seems to be a common complaint. When I ask them to tell me why they think that happens, they usually say something about parenting is so hard, so demanding, so stressful it takes all their strength.

New Year, New Day, New Chance

Each New Year, we make resolutions. We pledge to reinvent or transform ourselves into a better, faster, stronger, less cursing, more praising, highly philanthropic, in-the-moment person. While our intentions may be good, our goals are often too lofty and our willpower is too low. Without a good plan, many of us will fail or abandon our resolutions. In fact, only about 50% of people keep their New Year’s resolutions for three months, and even less keep them for six months.