Category Archives: Indigo Children

The Story of Nick

Mundane and expected – parents approach the bittersweet final weekend of summer wanting to make sure the summer beach toys are put away, sleep schedules are being wound back and calculators are purchased in anticipation for what will be just another regular school year. And it isn’t just the parents who are focused on the…

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Prelude to Extreme Guide to Parenting

It seems appropriate that Andy (aka my honey) and I co-write a blog on the eve of the premier of Bravo’s Extreme Guide to Parenting. If you haven’t seen the tweets and posts splattered across my social media, we’re the first family seen on the series and along with Emma and Yonah, offer a non-traditional…

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D.I.V.A.’s New Moon Serenade

As some of you may know, from time to time, I’ve promised to give updates on the ongoing odyssey of medicating my eight-year-old son.  So far we’ve been through all the hyper-acting medications, which when they work right, are designed to have the opposite effect,  allowing him to focus and be present in ways that…

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Coloring in the Lines

The Race to Nowhere; now it’s personal.

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A Mother Cries . . .

When it comes to our children, moms don’t need a reason to cry.  We cry when our babies take their first step, perform in their first play, break a bone, learn to ride a bike, lose their championship and graduate from pre-school, elementary school, high school, college . . . The highs, and in this…

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Two roads diverged . . .

Today was incredible.  The forecast called for 60 degree temperatures – amazing for NY so close to Thanksgiving – and I had managed to get a full night’s sleep.  I bounced from bed with the simple intention to get up and out early, head to the nearby farmer’s market and buy fresh cider and organic…

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