Reports from the frontline of parenting a new teenager
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My baby turns 13 this week and I’m remembering less and less of the days that comprise those remarkable years. This is a little something about the memories we learn to hold on to and the ones we’re helpless to watch fade away. To hear me tell it now you’d […]
The girls and I needed to pick up a few final things to finish up our Christmas shopping, something cool for mom and for a couple of their cousins, so we hopped into the electric Kia Soul EV and zipped around our town yesterday. After stops at Old Navy and […]
On this, the 2nd episode of Julie’s Cooking Show, chef Sofia the 9th whips up the Unicornian specialty Lulump. *Recipe is for entertainment purposes only. Please don’t actually make Lulump. Unless you’re a unicorn, then by all means have at it.
It was on and then off. We were saddened at the lost chance to disembark the Carnival Vista in Turkey, to step out onto the Asian continent for the first time, but, at the same time, another day at sea on a port-packed voyage wasn’t the worst thing in the […]
The sands of time will continue to slip by but there’s comfort in knowing that much of parenting life remains the same. The hemline of our pants changes with every generation, but the decades and centuries do little to alter the basic marching order of any parent: keep our kids […]
Huge thanks to Kia for setting up my 12-year-old golf prodigy with a private lesson this month ahead of the Kia Classic LPGA Tournament. The problem is, despite the naturally beautiful swing, my oldest daughter doesn’t enjoy golfing. But man, look at that follow through. Scrumptious.
This golf story needed a rewrite before the first sentence had been put down because even with the most radiant light there are shadows. Mine was a childhood spent in Payne Stewart style knickers (possibly the origin point of the Bogle cuff) walking upwind to avoid the long tail of […]