When Season Wilwert’s eight-year-old-son, Ethan, said he wanted to become a professional makeup artist she immediately took him for a lesson with MAC cosmetics make-up artist Joey Killmeyer.
Ethan told Joey that he wanted to learn to do drag make-up like Jeffree Star and Joey gave him just that.
Joey did one side of Ethan’s face and had Ethan do the other. I’m not even sure who did what side. Ethan is clearly a natural talent and got a lot … Keep Reading!!!
With his briefcase and lunch in one hand, this drenched dad has gone viral for keeping his son dry.
Of course, he could have just carried his son and had his son hold the umbrella and both stayed dry. Umbrella user level – amateur. Dad level – swoon.
“Umbrella Dad” did leave us with an adorable photo but what it says goes beyond just the simple gesture of keeping his son dry while sacrificing himself to the rain. … Keep Reading!!!
Attachment Parenting is something that came naturally for us. Not that we don’t struggle just like everyone, but it fit our family best. We didn’t even realize there was a name for it or such a following of it in the beginning. Although, online mommy groups certainly made me aware very quickly that this was the box we fit into and this was the label we must use! One of the big concerns we had when we found out we … Keep Reading!!!
In a world where we are often surrounded by scary, sad news stories it’s hard to completely protect our kids from seeing these stories. Children are intuitive; they overhear us in the other room, they pick up on our emotions, they overhear us talking when we’re sure we’re out of earshot, they hear people outside of the home talking. They will almost always find out what’s going on. The question becomes how do we help them understand and cope without … Keep Reading!!!
It’s the end of a long, rainy morning; we have waited in lines and in traffic. We enter the house, damp and cold, jackets hit the floor and shoes fly. Small feet are running wild. The block tower in the middle of the carpet gets leveled with one precise kick and baby is startled. Cries, screams, whining – Three little creatures need me – now! It’s time to squelch the chaos.
How to reconnect with three little ones, at once, … Keep Reading!!!
When we said our vows 11 years ago, I never would have guessed we would be celebrating our anniversary at a Pride Parade. But here we were, all five of us, figuring out what our signs were going to say. What was our most important message to the world on this day?
Mine said, “We heart our Gender-Variant Son!”
I was pretty impressed when my hubby decided on “My Son is Perfect.” He hasn’t always known what to do about
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From experience, I think practicing attachment parenting (AP) principles has had a positive impact on my children and my family as a whole. I believe in it so much that I’ve become an AP Advocate to help spread the word about how awesome this form of parenting is.
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I’ll tell you right up front that this topic is one that my husband and I don’t agree on. We have come to a meeting of the minds, per se – a decision we both … Keep Reading!!!