As 2019 draws to a close, we wanted to share with you some of our most-read posts of the year. Our contributors cover everything from the KonMari method to secondary infertility to dual language education.


“My daughter has Trisomy 18, a rare and life-threatening disorder. I want others to see that her life is worth fighting for, so I’ve become a medical mom.”

Read the full post from March 29, 2019


“Now that the tables have turned and I’m on the opposite side of teacher appreciation week, I feel like I have kind of an advantage to this teacher gift-giving fun!”

Read the full post from May 6, 2019


“Most people don’t realize that asking, “When are you going to have more kids?” to a woman struggling with infertility is heartbreaking.”

Read the full post from June 24, 2019


“I’m only a couple of weeks into the KonMari method, and I feel lighter and free. I now look forward to laundry. Laundry!! Can you believe it?!?”

Read the full post from February 15, 2019


“Sometimes it’s easy to romanticize that space in time that was the before, especially those times when chaos begins to reign in the after.”

Read the full post from March 26, 2019


“Charlemagne wrote that ‘to know two languages is to possess a second soul.’ My children are doing just that, thanks to dual-language education.”

Read the full post from February 18, 2019


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