I'm a high heel wearing writer, magician, sleuth, and twin mama with tattoos. My not-so-secret past includes doing time as the Editor of Playgirl magazine. I get personal on Mommy With Tattoos and mouthy at Daily Momtra. I'm obsessed with taking naps, 70s vintage, chocolate chip cookies, reality TV, and Mexican food (not too spicy, please).
One of the things we so often take for granted is having a clean toilet to go to the bathroom in. Until, of course, we are out and about and the urge strikes ... an undeniable urge to pee (or worse) that cannot be ignored. And has to happen now. It's awful when that happens.
So there you are left wondering which disgusting public restroom you can do your business in ... or what restaurant you can pretend to be dining in just so you can use their loo. Fear not, people who have to pee really bad, there's an app for that! One called Airpnp! And it's perfect for three very specific kinds of people.
I'm not sure why some of us wait for St. Patrick's Day to make Irish Soda Bread -- it's so delicious! But because we so rarely have it, it's such a treat when we do.
The trick to the best Irish Soda Bread out there is making sure it's moist, and I have just the right recipe complete with sweet currants, a bit of orange zest, and of course that yummy buttermilk that makes this recipe a hit.
Support. Essential for breastfeeding. And I'm not just talking about a great pillow to help baby be at the perfect angle. I mean support from your partner. Which is why this new campaign is so fantastic -- dads are breastfeeding!
Well, they would if they could. Hector Cruz and his team are showing support in so many ways with "Project: Breastfeeding," helping to normalize breastfeeding so it's not seen as an obscene act. They are also bonding the family, showing dads how they can support and be educated. They have this campaign to share the knowledge of how to help fathers become a part of the whole process.
This episode of HBO's Girls was different. It gave us an inside look at Hannah's family in a whole different way. And her relationship with Adam. Along with her mother's thoughts about Adam. The two most uncomfortable moments involved the discussion of Hannah and Adam getting married, which wasn't something I saw coming. It was really awkward when Hannah mentioned to Adam that her mother wanted her to lie and say she was engaged.
Yikes. Adam clearly wasn't ready to talk about that. And then they get into a sort of argument. And then ... he tells Grandma that they're getting married.
Eight-year-old Myles Eckert was in an Ohio Cracker Barrel parking lot with his family on their way to lunch when he found a $20 bill. Like most kids his age (or really anyone who found it of any age), he began thinking about what he wanted to spend it on. He thought about buying a video game but that thought changed when he saw a soldier in uniform.