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Kali Davies-Anderson: Go ahead and indulge — it’s the holidays
Whether we are ready or not, the holidays are quickly approaching and we all know what that means: An array of unusually delicious foods, often cooked by other people, at our complete disposal for nearly two months.
Kali Davies-Anderson: Owning a pair of felines not exactly the cat’s meow
From 1990 to 1999 I begged my parents, the Tooth Fairy, the Easter Bunny and Santa Claus for a kitten. But I never got one. Not for Christmas, not for my birthday, not when I intentionally pulled out random incisors, not ever.
Kali Davies-Anderson: Fact is, we’re all one bad decision away from trouble
Lisa Madras is a fellow blogger for the New Castle News who writes each Monday morning. Yesterday morning she wrote that someone with a name similar to hers was in the news for doing something illegal and it caused her a lot of anxiety. She was afraid that other people would believe it was her.
Kali Davies-Anderson: Oh, the horror of self-scan checkout lines
I hate to sound like somebody’s great-great-great-grandmother, but it seems like nowadays (now I really do sound like someone’s grandma) the whole world is becoming automated.
Kali Davies-Anderson: Homemade Halloween costumes hold special memories
Halloween is quickly approaching and I have yet to come up with costumes for my kids. Violet is only 2 and not really into the dress-up thing yet so I can essentially make her whatever I want her to be. Last year she was almost a baby Sasquatch (my husband and I were pretty big fans of the “Finding Bigfoot” TV series), but in the end a cute and warm monkey costume won over.
Kali Davies-Anderson: Not exactly a picture-perfect day for us
When I was little (and sometimes even now) my mother took what seemed like millions of pictures of my sisters and I. Shannon wore a green sweatshirt? Take a picture. Lindy picked a flower? Take a picture.
Kali Davies-Anderson: A tribute to those who have lost children
October is National Pregnancy and Infant Lost Awareness Month. Each year, around 1 million pregnancies end in miscarriage, stillbirth or the death of a newborn child.
Kali Davies-Anderson: Some things I think I believe about parenting
This was a hard week. Every week with children and schedules and appointments is hard, but this week felt a little bit rougher than most others.
Kali Davies-Anderson: Grocery store trip a lesson in judgment
Most of the time I have my oldest daughter with me, but yesterday I had an appointment before heading to the store. So I was alone.
Kali Davies-Anderson: I won’t even think about bagging my popcorn obsession
I made a realization about a month ago that has haunted me ever since. I am addicted to popcorn. Sometimes I daydream about my nightly bag of popcorn.
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