Family Time | Kate Austin-Avon
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Author: Kate Austin-Avon

It's almost imperceptible, the easier-ness. It starts as a feeling like you were supposed to be somewhere or do something, but forgot. You've been so used to the chaos, the tornado of people needing you one hundred percent of the time, that if there is one...

I furiously pumped my arms up and down while my legs pointed up in the air at a forty-five degree angle. I wondered if a cardio class would have felt better than Pilates with all the rage I needed to sweat out. Do they make...

I was in the shower just now and thinking about what I would put on when I got out. Jeans would be the appropriate pants for today, a day momming in and out of public. But who decided jeans were our casual wear? The jeans...

Every family has a language; certain phrases or slang based on life experiences that is unique to that tight-knit group of people. For example, there's Too Silly, something my dad would say about me when I'd hit that manic Jim-Carrey-in-The-Mask level of overexcited that never failed to annoy...