These days I am seriously starting to doubt that I’m pursing the right kind of happiness for my kids.
Next time a child waves at you and shouts “hi!” EVEN IF YOU’RE EATING OR YOU HATE CHILDREN, don’t act like you can see straight through him.
Modern moms seem to be on a kick to bring their child-rearing techniques back to the Dark Ages, and my technology-obsessed, processed-food-loving heart can’t deal with the sanctimoniousness.
I'd always thought of pregnancy as a bucket-list experience, something big that I wanted to do once -- and only once -- before I died.
the frisky
Can you afford a child? Can you deal with pain? All good questions to ask yourselves before becoming a parent
Kids are boring. Yep. I said it. Here, take my Mother of The Year award and replace it with a bottle of Jameson’s, because I’m going there.
it happened to me
What’s the point of secure matching ID numbers if you’re just going to arbitrarily hand over kids to someone who might kinda sorta look like them?
I had no job. I had no savings. I had no health insurance. I had a 1-year-old son, and I was pregnant.
I didn't want to know what it felt like to say, "I did the best I could." Because her best sucked, and I wasn't in the mood to soften my position on that.

Aug 20, 2012 at 11:00am | 33 comments

I’ll never endorse the wake-and-bake approach to parenting, but I can’t see the difference between a glass or two of wine in the evening and a few hits of OG Kush off a clean bong.
Portrait of the artist as a barren spinster. The…
erika christensen
I love "Parenthood." Erika loves Skrillex and the very, very weird thing in her purse.
The Season 2 opener of LOUIE has me contemplating divorce again, and the feminization of single dads (in a good way).