Listen to my Appearance on the Family Equality Council's Outspoken Voices Podcast Wed Oct 03 2018
LGBTQ individuals and families are beautiful, kind, complex, and can experience trauma, just like any family. What is unique to LGBTQ families is the added layer of stigma and fear of discrimination. What happens if we seek help and acknowledge that we aren't perfect? view at outspokenvoicespodcast #Girlish#Podcast#FamilyEquityCouncil
Parenting Styles: My Biggest Mistake with Family Game Night Mon Jul 15 2019
I was pretty excited when my eldest was old enough to play Candyland and Chutes and Ladders. I’d been waiting for years and years to reach board game age.
Unfortunately, the two-and-a-half-year age gap between my kids meant that my youngest wasn’t ready—not by a long shot. Neither was he interested in leaving us alone to play a board game without his “help.” If you have a toddler, you know just how helpful they can be. view at modernparentsmessykids #ModernParentsMessyKids#GameNightFail#Cheating#LettingKidsWin#Parenting
Medium Fri Jun 10 2016
I am medium. Brown hair, brown eyes, medium height, weight, and shoe-size. My brother is tall, and by tall I mean outside the bell curve. He says he’s six-foot-nine, but my mother thinks he’s closer to six-foot-seven. All I know is that if I stretch my hand as high as it can go, I can just reach the top of his head. Like telling a fish story, when someone asks how tall my brother is, I just say, “he’s this big.” read this article #essay#height#siblings