Category Archives: motherhood

The Opt-Out / Lean-In Flipflop

Quitting Your Job to Be a Full-Time Mom Is Probably a Bad Idea by Erin Gloria Ryan, Jezebel, 8/08/13 Leaving a high powered job to pursue your true June Cleaver stay-at-home-mom smiling-serenely-while-scrubbing-the-grout-in-pearls vocation sounds like an untenable fantasy from jump … Continue reading

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Emma Thompson interviews are a joy forever

Monogamy is an ‘odd state’, Emma Thompson says By Hannah Furness, The Telegraph, October 3, 2013 Monogamy in the modern day is an “odd state”, the Oscar-winning actress Emma Thompson has said, as she argues it is too easy to be … Continue reading

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Parenthood à la français

French Bred When it comes to baguette, wine and Parenting, do the French do it differently – or just better? DEC 27, 2012  ·  BY HANNAH SUNG | PHOTOS BY LEDA & ST. JACQUES As we arrive in Paris, the skyline … Continue reading

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You mean women aren’t just gallivanting around, forgetting to have kids?

The Real Reason Women “Delay” Motherhood: Money by Anna North,, July 23, 2010 According to a British survey, women are “delaying” motherhood not because they’re too busy doing selfish independent-lady things, but because they don’t have the money. The … Continue reading

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What “all thoughtful women realize”

Found by Susan 🙂

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Promiscuous girl, wherever you are

Interview with Celia Rivenbark The columnist and author of Stop Dressing Your Six-Year-Old Like A Skank, talks. KENNETH WHYTE, Macleans, Jan 1, 2007 I understand Stop Dressing Your Six-Year-Old Like a Skank began as a newspaper column. What led you to write … Continue reading

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