A reader follows-up with Amalah asking her how life looks like now raising three kids.
Yes, we know it’s important to spend one-on-one time with our kids, but how the heck do we really do that?
A mom is very concerned about how her in-laws are subtly and overtly treating her toddler son vis-a-vis his female toddler cousin, which is dripping in gender-bias. She needs advice on how to handle this tricky family situation.
There are challenges that come with a big family. Constant comments from strangers and lots of mouths to feed. But there is one challenge I find the hardest.
An expat mom is trying to avoid power struggles with her family-by-marriage and now toddler son (too) over the amount and regularity of sweets and unhealthy foods being served in her new and adopted home country.
A pregnant mom is very angry with her family’s gender-stereotyping issues, and it is causing her stress especially in how it will affect her baby shower. But, we think the issues could be bigger than that….
A new mother needs wants to know how to stick to her decision to keep away from her toxic family.
My estranged parents want to build a relationship with me and my infant twins. But they still don’t want to accept my partner as a mother to our sons. I find this unacceptable. I need your advice.
An expectant mom is trying anticipate the balance between her need and wanting of help from her own mom and her husband’s need to private family time on the second time around.
This time, a mother-in-law writes in for advice about a daughter-in-law who plays favorites.
My newborn has colic and now my family is hanging out without me!
To me it isn’t even a question.We aren’t getting another dog. It is not going to happen. Nope. Never. Not getting a second dog. No thank you.
I’m 17 and pregnant. My family is wonderfully helpful…to the point that I’m afraid I won’t be allowed to raise my own baby! How can I ask them to back off without alienating my support system?
The secret to successfully blending a family is making peace with it being messy and ongoing and scary and wonderful.
How do make the leap from two kids to three? Is it a leap of logic or faith or both?
When one parent is ill and the other is in denial…when is it time to step in and start caring for the caretaker?
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