Family, Marriage, Parenting

Strengthening Your Marriage: Continuing The Work After Baby

Things can get quite…  Disorganised, shall we say?  After a baby is born.  One of the pieces of advice my husband and I took to heart was to not forget about our marriage and each other, and to make space for one another. We have found that the devil—or in this case, the angel?—is in… Read More Strengthening Your Marriage: Continuing The Work After Baby

Family, Pregnancy

It’s Not All About The Nausea: Pregnancy As a Transformative Experience { Guest Post }

{ This guest post was written by my childhood friend Esther } Before finding out about my pregnancy, I had been speaking with friends a lot about the idea of transformation, something that should “manifest itself both outwardly and inwardly”, and should “affect both its inner life and external conditions.” Pregnancy, the most literal human… Read More It’s Not All About The Nausea: Pregnancy As a Transformative Experience { Guest Post }

Community, Community Building, Community Development

Guest Post: Life Lessons From An Ant Infestation, by The Ten Thousand Hour Mama

This is a shortened version of Catherine’s post. To read the full article, or to have access to a large number of great posts, visit her insightful, hilarious, and just plain wonderful blog, The Ten Thousand Hour Mama. It’s probably a bad sign when a household ant infestation feels like a metaphor for your life.… Read More Guest Post: Life Lessons From An Ant Infestation, by The Ten Thousand Hour Mama

Family, Parenting, Social Justice

Human Rights For Everyone—Including Our Babies

I think we can all agree that babies are human beings just like we are—albeit with quite a few developmental accomplishments ahead of them.  However, I find that we have a hard time putting this concept into practice.  Actually, to be blunt: it is amazing to me how disrespectful we are of our little one’s… Read More Human Rights For Everyone—Including Our Babies