To me nothing beats a night out on Broadway. The stage, the scenery, the actors and the bright lights of the city make for an unbelievable experience. But, what if you can't get to the city? Be it the...
When I was pregnant, I always knew I was carrying a boy. Call it mother's intuition or maybe just a good guess, but I knew. At my 20 week scan, the sonographer confirmed it. My husband and I were...
With a tearful smile, I fondly recall your little hand holding mine, ever so tightly, while skipping down the street singing songs. Memories have been popping up lately, and as the movie reel of life keeps rolling, a smile takes...
Getting the Conversation Rolling We all get it: the dreaded "fine" response. When you ask, "How was your day, sweetie?" you are not hoping for a quick grunt of approval, are you? In your head do you imagine a thoughtful response...
This is how my identical twins Robert and Christopher changed my life. In January 2013, Robert and Christopher sadly lost their fight against Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome (TTTS) when I was 24 weeks pregnant. I was overjoyed, shocked, and...
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How To Raise A Rebel Girl

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In light of our toxic political climate and the #metoo movement, what’s a parent to do, especially those raising girls? It seems women and girls are frequently the target of abuse, violence, and egregious disregard for human rights. Like...
Coronavirus time has granted me my lifelong dream, a puppy. With four of us home at all times, my husband, at last, agreed that we would be around enough to keep a dog happy. And with four of us...
As a person, I’m messy, a little lazy, kind of selfish, I procrastinate, and can bounce around from task to task. As a parent, however, I’m the fixer. I find solutions, I’m efficient, I bring calm and order, and make...
My son recently had a minor operation at Westchester Children’s Hospital (he’s fine; they were great), and I took him by myself. This is how I do most things (hence the title, Single Mom). Occasionally, I feel awkward or...
I'm the person who, when she sees a coin on the sidewalk, picks it up. It's a habit from my grandfather, who always collected loose change and put them into jars labeled by the year. Like him, I don't...

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Spotlight on Westchester :: Rye

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We all love our cozy little corners of Westchester. There are many things to do and see, places to eat, and parks to visit....