Articles on Children

Ask Sherry: Little Books from Little Bun for Little Kids

You asked, and I am answering every Friday once I have enough questions! You can ask any question using the form here. Do you have […]

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Ask Sherry: Is your baby-making factory closed for good?

You asked, and I am answering every Friday once I have enough questions! You can ask any question using the form here. Hi Sherry. Do […]

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In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.: All about the plight of Japan’s working mothers

Gosh. I would definitely not want to have children either, if I lived in Japan after reading about their working mothers. What HELL. Speaking about […]

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Money Talk: What do you want to leave behind (for kids or others)?

What do you want to leave behind (for kids or others)? My values. No seriously. My values that you have to work hard, be organized, […]

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What’s in a name? On marital status & keeping your last name

Obviously this is an issue that only applies (affects?) women because men don’t need to fret about taking the last name of their wife or […]

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In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.: Where someone should explain to me who can become a politician

I absolutely loved Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s response to being belittled as a former bartender. Truly brilliant. It sums up exactly the hurt and the feelings that […]

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How to deal with insecure people when it is masked as nastiness

I’ve talked a bit about my neighbour here in this post about her shaming me for being a Working Mother but lately I’ve been thinking […]

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Growing up in poverty, learning about it secondhand..

I have loved The Glass Castle (the book), and watching the movie come to life (it is so good!) is pretty incredible. They are ALL […]

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And so the Schooling Shaming Game Begins….

It is probably because I am in a very tony neighbourhood, hanging out with the 10% of Canada, but every single time I meet parents […]

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