Today we both are home. It’s a snowday, 4° outside.
I am sick but the little girl is wide awake and psyched up for the day. 165 more words
Men, Fathers, and Work-Family Balance. Center for American Progress. Erin Rehel and Emily Baxter. February 4, 2015.
While most the current research focuses on women and mother’s experiences balancing family life and paid employment, addressing the issues facing men and fathers is equally important to promoting greater equity at home and at work. 8 more words
She was practicing in her room, counting out loud as she pressed each keys on her keyboard. I heard a lot of pauses. She played again, counted again and this time with the metronome… it was not that long til I heard another pause, and then no music. 741 more words
Reducing Child Poverty in the US: Costs and Impacts of Policies Proposed by the Children’s Defense Fund. Urban Institute. Linda Giannarelli et al. January 30, 2015. 55 more words
Improving Children’s Life Chances through Better Family Planning. Brookings Institution. Isabel V. Sawhill and Joanna Venator. January 23, 2015.
Non-marital childbearing is associated with many adverse outcomes for both the mother and the child, according to the authors. 85 more words
Imagine your best friend, coworker or boss pointing their ugly finger in your face and constantly belittling every decision you make. We all know a “Negative Nancy” or a “Debbie Downer;” a person who finds something wrong with your ideas or what you wearing. 208 more words