Carnations, meant to represent abortions, line the front steps of the U.S. Supreme Court on Jan. 22, the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. (Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images) The Supreme Court’s 5-to-4 vote this month to block a restrictive Louisiana abortion law from taking effect provided some measure of consolation to reproductive rights advocates who feared […]
I love my kids dearly and love to talk about how our relationships have healed and grown, but this morning, I want to talk about the few who didn’t make it. When I was in high school, I got pregnant. If I remember correctly, I was seventeen. I won’t give too many details about this […]
Hello out there, my name is C.J and welcome to my very first blog page and post ever! Welcome, to Me After Mommy, my page where I will be doing my absolute best to document my adventures of parenthood, the good and bad and finding that elusive, delicate balance of being the best mom I […]
As students peruse the rows of club posters at the Activities Fair, they begin to notice a new club, STARR. All the officers of Students Advocating for Reproductive Rights as well as students, are excited to see the club finally sanctioned for the Spring 2019 Semester. “It’s been a long time coming,” says president Kelsey […]
Marriages sometimes come and go, but parenthood is forever. But what if you could have both–a great family life, and a happy lifetime love? Dr. Terri talks to Dr. Duana Welch, author of the new book, “Love Factually for Single Parents.” She has written a book that relies on science rather than opinion to guide this large and growing group of men and women. We’ll be discussing pitfalls of single-parent dating, and how to succeed at finding a partner who’s good for you—and your kids!
Author Article Sarah Ellis Hello, my name is Sarah and I really don’t want kids. I’m getting to the age where a lot of my friends have baby fever, and even if they aren’t considering children just yet, they’re excited about the prospect of being a parent down the road. But as for me, I’m not interested in […]
I looked over at my daughter and she was beaming. BEAMING. Every song was the greatest song. Every song touched her soul. Every song. And at some point during the concert, at some point it hit me, this was HER band. I was just a visitor. After years of introducing her to my music: U2, […]
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Thanks for stopping by! My name is Lana, and I am the proud mother of girl/boy twins. This blog will chronicle my experiences as a first-time mom, twin mom, and my journey through parenthood.
“Time and tide wait for none” – All of us have grown up hearing this proverb since childhood. Time – keeps ticking and you cannot stop it. Your good times pass sooner than your bad times you assume. Time definitely flies, and does not return. All these show how we have no control over time […]
I woke up to alarm just like any other school morning on March 1st 2017, Bella was 11 months old and really not into the whole sleeping like a human thing, I was exhausted and the weather had been trying to snow for a few days but we don’t really get snow where we live, […]
Identify a health policy issue, find a state or US federal bill related to it, trace its progress and provide a summary. Identify a health policy issue, find a stateor US federal bill related to it, trace its progress and provide a summary. You will want to use the websites required for this week: govtrack.us […]
Rosa Bianca Salazar is an American actress. She was born in Washington D.C. and raised in Greenbelt, Maryland. She is best known for her role in the NBC series Parenthood (2010) and the FX anthology series American Horror Story (2011). Her past films include Maze Runner: The Death Cure (2018) for Twentieth Century Fox, CHIPS […]
“It’s not that deep,” Andy Cohen explained, after his dog ripped up a toy belonging to the television host’s 12-day-old son Benjamin Allen