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One of my all time favorite phrases is “having a baby changes everything.” To me, those 5 words, say it all. When we are expecting a child, it’s all about us (as individuals) and this idea of a baby and then, overnight, it’s all about...

My daughter is 8 years old and in the fourth grade. What's that mean? It means she's growing up. And with that comes the trying on of new personas, new attitudes, new interests, and new styles. Style can come in many forms but with her...

I consider this move a personal blogging milestone. I have added a dad blogger to my blogroll. I just thought I'd point that out. Yep. So, all hail John, the first father at Mother May I. Although, he might not appreciate being called a 'dad...

My oldest - "Look! Sissy brought you a little gift from the birthday party. Here."My youngest - "Ooooh, thanks! What is it?"My oldest - "It's a clapper like this one. See?"My youngest - " Oh, wow. Now I have a really big crapper." ...

Since my recent Nintendo explosion (in which my gamer fame lasted about 15 seconds, as opposed to15 minutes, BTW) I have been thinking a lot about my take on blogging. I read a great post too by Mir at BlogHer about the advertising controversy that...