Monthly Archives: March 2014

Disney Cage Match: Brave vs. Tangled vs. Frozen

Yesterday, on Facebook, I found out just how serious we all are about our modern Disney movies. While the older cartoons get ALL of the free passes, our developing society now requires more social conscience in our films, and we … Continue reading

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Things I did wrong today

I do a lot of things wrong every single day, as a parent and a person. Lest you think my days ever go any different, I thought I’d break this one down for you. AHEM. Things I did wrong today: … Continue reading

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12 Things Feminists Still Have To Deal With

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
Look, feminism is a squidgy topic these days. Now that we can vote and own property and work and stuff, what’s the problem, amirite? Do we really need to keep “making people aware” of the…

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What They Don’t Tell You About Anxiety

When “demons” are depicted in scripts or drawings, they tend to follow the same trope. You’ve got your protagonist, seemingly fine, walking along, and following her, there are these entities. Sometimes these are actually drawn beings to personalize the “demons”, … Continue reading

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Maria Kang Redux

Guys, I’m so sick of us. Aren’t you sick of us? Here we write, day in and day out. Someone writes one thing, another person disagrees with it and writes his or her response, then another, then another ad nauseum. … Continue reading

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It Is Not Your Business What Other People Spend Their Tax Returns On

I’m constantly telling my twins, “look, when you give something away, it’s no longer yours. It belongs to the person you gave it to, and you should be happy you were able to make them so happy.” Sharing is a … Continue reading

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Recipe Monday – Lemon Spice Mahi Mahi

This has been the most delicious way I’ve yet prepared Mahi Mahi. 4 mahi mahi filets, about 6 ounces each Seasoning (see instructions):Olive oilKosher saltGarlic powderOnion powderDried dill weedLemon pepperSweet Hungarian paprika 1 Tablespoon olive oil2 Tablespoons butter, divided use1/2 … Continue reading

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Kindergarten Kids – Eat your Food!

Problem: Sometimes, kids are picky eaters. And sometimes (like in my case) they just don’t like to eat at all. At 5 and a half, my kids stand at 44 and 43 inches respectively, and weigh 40 and 35 pounds. … Continue reading

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Parenting Twins: A Narrative

Dulce and Natalina want to watch a show. During a commercial, I tell them to get dressed for bed. They want the same nightie. It belongs to Dulce. In a rare show of possessiveness, Dulce (who usually just gives Lilly … Continue reading

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