I saw you today, after school. Waiting on the side of the road, in the cold, waiting for your mother to pick you up. 466 more words
An appeal hearing was held Wednesday for a Winnipeg woman who was convicted of hiding the remains of six babies in a rented storage locker. 304 more words
“Normal” families see each other every day.
But as I wrote last week, blended families … don’t.
A lot of things “normal” families take for granted are conspicuously missing in families like mine, where part-time custody means, for a decent percentage of time, we don’t have the kids with us because they’re with their mom. 793 more words
I have three kids/teenagers at this point. They spend most of their time in a home where money is plentiful and luxury is the norm. My youngest two still want to come here and spend time with me playing games, making cookies, and watching movies. 152 more words
Since 01/12/2018, there now exists a standardised Notice of Rights And Entitlements in English and many other languages.
As a divorced mother, when I became engaged to a divorced father who lived many states away from me people began to wonder, a lot of them out loud to me, who was going to move? 1,900 more words