Tag Archives: Parenthood

Things to Worry About

Things to Worry About by Norah Buckley Vawter Dear Mothers, Things to worry about: Worry about the planet. Worry about your children’s welfare. Worry about your family and friends. Worry about not wasting your life. Worry about kindness and love. … Continue reading

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Eat it, xoJane. I’m a Stay-at-Home-Mom and I Have a Job to Do

Eat it, xoJane. I’m a Stay-at-Home-Mom and I Have a Job to Do By Jenny Kanevsky You’ve heard the expression “Parenthood: the toughest job you’ll ever love.” No? So you don’t think being a parent is a job and more … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: RICHARD D’ABATE

By Richard D’Abate: THE SADNESS OF YOUNG MOTHERS Because we’re at the beach today our sadness knows itself, Between the sinking sand and slowly measured falling waves. Not long ago time was arrow-tipped and ravenous. It found its mark before … Continue reading

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Upon Reaching the Age of Three

This is the second of three posts in tribute to my father, Myron “Mickey” Unger, who would have turned 85 in August. Last month, I posted a reaction to an old baby picture of me in a stroller, laughing, with … Continue reading

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Laughter

Laughter By John Unger Zussman This short essay is the first of three posts in tribute to my father, Myron “Mickey” Unger, who would have turned 85 last month. Next month, I’ll post an essay on life and parenthood, which … Continue reading

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