The challenge to balance career, kids By Melissa Stefanec MelissaStefanec@yahoo.com Tonight, I cried. Mind you, it wasn’t a “lock myself in the bathroom and
‘I am going to spend a little less time worrying about how my children are turning out and instead spend a little more time
By Melissa Stefanec This month, my son, River, is turning 3. My first child was a daughter, and I have learned so much about
By Melissa Stefanec A few weeks ago, I convinced myself my children were playing together nicely enough for me to sneak in potty break.
Could’ve, Would’ve, Should’ve (But I Am One Person) By Melissa Stefanec As a parent, I have acquired something I never had while childless. It’s
By Melissa Stefanec How would my kids be if they had different lives? Lately, the hyper-analytical side of me has been unrelenting on this
By Melissa Stefanec Email: firstname.lastname@example.org When you’re a mother, you can’t help but notice the seemingly ubiquitous societal pressures. They radiate from your family,