My husband and I waited for our dinner and had a glass of wine. After a few bits and pieces of conversation, he whispered to me: “Look at those people. They’re here with their kids, it’s so late.” It was 8:30 in the evening.
I watched as my daughter Hadley brazenly stepped into the Wolf Tail launch pad at Great Wolf Lodge. This was a slide unlike any I’d ever witnessed. She followed the staffer’s instructions to cross her arms and legs and wait for the countdown. Then just like a magician’s trap door, the bottom DROPPED out and […]
I laughed until I cried when I watched this video. As the tormented middle child of a torturous older brother, all I could do was laugh. And then check myself in for therapy. This is for all my fellow younger siblings out there.
How are you holding up with your New Year’s resolutions? If you’re failing badly like the rest of us, you’ll love the Holderness Family’s hilarious video about New Year’s Resolutions in real life.
Hello, snow. We’ve all been there–praying for a snow day! Mary Morris, a teacher at Rush Strong School in Tennessee, put together a hilarious Adele parody video that is going viral. “Snow, it’s me,” the song begins. “I know we just got out for Christmas but I really need some more time to myself, you […]
Your bags are packed. Your ‘How to Keep the Kids Alive While I’m Gone’ speech has been delivered. Your anxiety is building, but your excitement is building faster. You step out into the cool morning air, coffee in hand, and slip into your Uber. You’re headed out on a rare solo mission. And not the […]
This 34-second video has been featured by People, The Huffington Post, and it has gone viral on social media, with over 3.2 million views on Facebook alone. So what makes it so compelling? Moms everywhere can relate! Because sometimes we just want to hide in the pantry and eat a treat. The parents of quadruplets, Ashley and Tyson […]
Kristina Kuzmic has some seriously awesome ideas for keeping your marriage fun. I particularly love their first date idea because sometimes, don’t you just miss those butterflies?
During the holiday rush, I was asked what I have against shopping malls. “What are you, some kind of commie?” “You have something against capitalism?!” “Don’t you know that malls are what make the world go round?!” My answers: 1) Stay on topic 2) Sort of, but we’re talking about my aversion to MALLS 3) […]
With the chocolate money festival (Hanukkah) upon us, it is time to reminisce about growing up in northern Jew Jersey. Back in the 70’s Hanukkah was a burgeoning holiday for jealous Jewish children begging their parents for presents. My father reiterated time and again how Hanukkah was not traditionally a gift giving holiday and the […]