Diverse Representation on TV: Don’t Forget about the Kids

Over the last several years, at least to my knowledge, there has been a big push to see more representation of people of color and immigrants on television. And this is good. As our nation becomes increasingly diverse, there is a need to see faces of television that actually reflect the makeup of the U.S. …

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#AllOurChildren

Picture this: You have just found out you are pregnant. Only four weeks along at this point. You go home to give the news to your husband who is absolutely ecstatic. He wants twin boys, you desperately want a girl. Either way, it really doesn’t matter – all you really want and hope is for …

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Fighting for a Place at the Playground: On Safety, Bullying and Everything in Between

On Saturday, I experienced one of the most frightening things as a parent: the threat of my child being hurt by someone else. I took my three year old daughter and ten month old son to the park. Immediately a little boy began terrorizing my daughter. He wouldn’t let her get on the slide when …

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Parenting: Now I Know How God Feels

I love my kids. A lot! And after a long day at work, all I want to do is come home and spend time with them. I delight in seeing my almost 4 month old son smile and look for new ways to make him laugh which isn't a hard task. And I get a …

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