When Patrick Pipino’s daughters were late to school, he explained why in an honest note: “Last night Isabelle was lucky enough to see Bruce Springsteen ...”
Gwen Hartley has stories to share about raising two daughters with microcephaly, the condition that has been linked to the Zika virus. The mom talks about her own experiences with microcephaly and says of her family, ”We are all happy. We love our lives.“
She was born in 1908 when Theodore Roosevelt was president, and Arlena LaBon is celebrating her 108th birthday this week. The East Cleveland, Ohio resident never had kids of her own, but she has been a mom for more than 50 foster children over the years, and her outlook on life may have helped her reach the age of 108.
Three years after the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, first grade teacher Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis speaks to Yahoo Parenting about what she and her students witnessed that day.
Never underestimate the healing power of books! After Ferguson, Missouri-area schools closed this week following a grand jury’s decision not to indict the police officer in the fatal shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown, the town’s public library has emerged as a sanctuary for residents. PICTURES: Holiday Recipes Chefs Cook With Their Children In anticipation of Tuesday’s grand jury decision, the library posted a message on Facebook saying they would stay open as long as it is safe for patrons and staff. “We will do everything in our power to serve our community.
“It’s time for a late-stage empire to sober up a bit and refocus on building a functioning nation-state here on the home front.”
“The response to evil abroad cannot be to throw up our hands. Failure is not inevitable.”
“The United States keeps insisting that it must do that which it cannot do.”
“When the U.S. blames others, it doesn’t recognize its mistakes, so it repeats them.”
“Nothing has been resolved, no lessons have been learned, no meaningful assessment of the war on terror has been passed.”