“Barbies are still going to be with Barbies and Legos will still be with Legos. We just didn’t feel like having a sign that said ‘boys bedding’ was necessary” – Molly Snyder, Target spokesperson
“For my father, who spent most of my life in the South of France.” Sitting in the courtroom, I possessed a feeling of superiority to those around me. There was my stepmother, who I believed to be one of the most naive people I’d ever met. Of course, there was my father, who I lied […]
Sometimes, we are too giving of ourselves, even to our friends. This weekend was supposed to be a weekend to let my hair hang down, but it didn’t work out that way.
I’ve been seeing a debate about whether the custodial parent, directed mostly aimed at mothers, needing to show proof of spending of child support. Do you think the courts should step in and make custodial parents show receipts for expenditures for the children they are getting support for?
Every wonder what your child’s new teacher wanted you to know? Like, what makes his/her job easier? Or why little Johnny isn’t learning? Single. Mommy. Fabulous. had an opportunity to talk with Baltimore educator, Evelyn Tolliver about what teachers wish you knew before Johnny starts school.
SHAME: verb (used with object), shamed, shaming. to cover with ignominy or reproach; disgrace.