Published Work

Honestly, Switching to Formula Saved My Sanity (Romper)

Why I Taught My Daughter How to Use a Menstrual Cup (Romper)

In the Midst of Your Own Struggles, Charitable Giving Can Help (Parent.co)

At the End of A Family’s Difficult Year: Gratitude (Motherwell Magazine)

When Number Three Becomes the Only One, for Now (Parent.co)

When A Game of Catch Becomes A Conversation Between Mother and Son (Parent.co)

I’m a Mom, But Sometimes My Mother Still Knows What’s Best (Washington Post)

This Summer, My Kids Are Going to Mom Camp (Washington Post)

For Something of Summer (Quail Bell Magazine)

The Search for Post-Baby Identity (Washington Post, On Parenting)

When the Escape You Long for Leads You Back Home (Mamalode)

Becoming Me, Through Heartache (Washington Post, On Parenting)

Washington Post, The Village Life (Summer Series for On Parenting):

The Truck That Sparked Our Marriage Back to Life (New York Times, Motherlode)

When the Youngest Child Becomes the Middle Child (Washington Post, On Parenting)

When my husband travels, here’s what it’s like for us (Washington Post, On Parenting):
When One Parent Travels

On hiring multiple sitters to meet my childcare needs (Washington Post, On Parenting):
Bringing on the Babysitters

Why I’m pro cannabis legalization (Washington Post, On Parenting):
I’m a mom, the PTA president, and pro legalization

Introducing my children to my transgender friend, and simultaneously teaching them about love and acceptance (Washington Post, On Parenting):
The Transgender Quandary That Wasn’t

About Running with My Husband in Kenya (Washington Post, On Parenting)
My Husband and I Had No Time for Each Other, So We Created It

What I learned from my daughter about playing board games: Letting Imagination Win (Washington Post, On Parenting):
Letting Imagination Win

When sisters become mothers, they grow closer together (Washington Post, On Parenting):
When Sisters Become Mothers

Instead of acquiring more house pets, we care for the chickens at our local farm (Huffington Post, Parents/Animals):
Saying Yes to Animals, as Long as They’re Not Ours

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