Articles on Parenting

How do you deal with the routine & rut of the day to day?

I find that I get into a routine that is really difficult to break out of. I’m waking up, going to work, coming back, sometimes […]

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Ask Sherry: Where I am asked why I don’t read more parenting books. Uhh…..

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

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Ask Sherry: Do you ever take Little Bun out on outings?

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

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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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In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.: A look into how cults make money

…. and this is how cults make money. I am fascinated. My friend is obsessed with these Sam Edelman Penny Boots — she calls them […]

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Mental health & the stigma around it: It is okay if you need help

I was reading the The Nice Book with Little Bun the other day and this page really spoke to me: It is a book about […]

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Why I don’t buy Little Bun gifts for holidays

People are in disbelief when I tell them I haven’t purchased anything as a gift for Little Bun for Christmas or his birthdays. (They have […]

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What’s the real difference between a television, tablet or a book for a child?

I get a lot of looks. To be specific, I get a lot of Mommy Shaming looks from parents and even my own family members […]

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How do you deal with stress?

This is a question that I sort of know the answer to of HOW I would like to deal with stress (lots of eating and […]

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What are some self-care things you do?

I feel like I never even knew “self-care” was a thing until I had a child. Every day, and every action was “self-care”… frankly. Until […]

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