Why We Dyke March

I’ve always been one for the reclamation of dirty words, but it’s a challenging concept to explain to a kiddo.

The Ambivalent Parenting Style

Ambivalent parents not only care deeply about their their children, they also care deeply about their own mental and physical health, their relationships other adults, and the sustainability and future of their family unit.

The Post-Birth Yoga Class Story

I know a simple 60-minute workout buys me hours of presence and play with my children. After months of making excuses, I finally had the courage to get out of my head and back into my body.

5 Things to Say to Your Kids Post-Election

As Mr. Trump lines up his racist and conservative Good ‘Ol Boys network, queer families like ours are coping, organizing, and scrambling to find the best suggestions on how to talk to our kids post-election.

Self-Care & Squashing the Mom-Guilt

Swing the arms down and up, right, left, right, left… Second position, swing the arms, right, left, right left… feet parallel swing the arms up, down, cross in front, down, up, open…