Life With Irish Twins

By Caroline Williams, Guest Contributor Growing up I used to say that I wanted to have three kids and that two of them would be twins.  I thought it would actually be a possibility, because my grandmother had twins. So the gene is there, right?  It’s funny how things happen when you try to live … Continue reading Life With Irish Twins

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Postpartum Depression Explained

A note from the Editor: For the remainder of the week, we will be featuring blog posts from guest contributors to The Mommicles.  We are so excited to have additional perspectives and insights into parenthood brought to us by our Mommicles Community.  After this week, The Mommicles will be on a two week holiday break.  … Continue reading Postpartum Depression Explained

The Edge of Glory (and Sanity)

By Christine, The Mom of a Teenager Parenting doesn't come with a manual. I'm pretty you figure that out the minute you lay eyes on your child(ren). There's always a different phase or stage that we journey through with our kids. Some are better than others. I thought that teaching my teen to drive was … Continue reading The Edge of Glory (and Sanity)

My Little Pony, Trying a Bologna

By Serrano, The Dad Squad We are in a redefining role. New dads [are consciously] teaching our sons to like what they want; and, that’s cool. I was raised off the "boys wear blue and girls wear pink" rules.  Luckily, Cam’ron came through with the Pink Range Rover and our lives have never been the … Continue reading My Little Pony, Trying a Bologna

And So It Begins

By Bre, The Toddler Mom As soon as you become a parent, either by birth or marriage, you know it’s coming. That THAT moment is coming. The terrifying, nail biting, sleep depriving moment. What moment is that you may ask? The moment when you go from needing to keep your tiny human(s) alive and healthy, … Continue reading And So It Begins