Yesterday I spent an afternoon with Joy and Mike and their daughter (my wife) and son and his wife. We were having a get-together to share some Korean delicacies sent as a gift from the Son's in-laws and to celebrate the Birthday of Joy's mother who passed a few years ago. My wife often fondly … Continue reading Joy And Mike’s Place: An Ethnographic Southern Comfort Snapshot
A Millennial perspective on parenting and a great post Mother’s Day reflection…
Happy Mother’s Day #HMD. Here are some thoughts on parenthood, and managing my little crazy man.
We forgot his coat on our drive back from visiting family at Christmas. It was freezing in the morning,but luckily we had a spare…
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The topic of procreation is one that , as a woman in her thirties, has been a front and center in my world the last several years. Friends having babies, my wife feeling like, even though she would have loved to have children, that she is too old and has too many potential health risks … Continue reading Sociology of Style on The Procreation Debate
I don't know why it is, but I know it "is"...and not just for me but as an experience had by a lot of Gen X-ish women who have grown up to become independent professionals and moved away from their families in search of their own way in the world. We love our parents because … Continue reading How To Spend A Weekend With Your Mom