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Purim may be over, but there is still lots of family-friendly fun to be had this month in Baltimore including Shabbat celebrations, family days on the farm, and kid-friendly music and…theater. Family Fun Pearlstone Family Farm Day Have a fun afternoon on the farm, visit the animals and learn about Judaism’s relationship to the environment. Pearlstone Center, 5425 Mt. Gilead Rd, Reisterstown Sunday, March 5, 2 p.m. Tiyul Outdoor Adventure Outdoor adventures include creek walking, animals, shelter building, stories, and songs. For children in grades… >> Read More
If there was an awards ceremony for Jewish holidays, Purim would win the prize for most fun and kid-friendly Jewish holiday. Kids and grown-ups get to listen to a story about a king, queen, and bad…guy, make noise, and eat hamantaschen. To help get you in the holiday spirit, we’ve put together a list of the best Purim celebrations happening in the Baltimore area. And that’s not all. There are so many ways to have fun as a family this month including a 5K family run, a whole bunch of… >> Read More
I was once organized.
I used to go shopping.
I used to wander through different stores.
I used to take my time at the gym, and even take classes when I wanted.
I used to speak in complete…sentences. I used to… hang on… I lost my train of thought. I once showered in peace. I once made decisions solely based on me. ...until I became a mom. Before I was a mom, I was responsible for just myself. I only worried about making and getting to MY doctor appointments. I planned out,… >> Read More
There is nothing more difficult about having a baby than still appearing very pregnant for several weeks after giving birth. It's one thing to grow in size while being pregnant, while knowing there…is a baby developing inside you. It's a whole other thing to be alone in your body once again, but still look as if there's a baby in there. I've got three kids, and I can say that each time, as soon as the baby was out, I prayed, hoped, and fantasized that when I… >> Read More
"Stop plucking them!" says anyone I tell about my latest obsession. Easier said than done.
It all started when I was about 26. Here and there, a friend would say, "Oohh, I see a grey hair. Let me…get it." I would anxiously wait for her to pull it out and verify: yes, there was a strand of grey in my dark brown natural head of hair. What had me greying at this age? We always hear it’s related to stress, so each piece represented a tricky part of my life: my job… >> Read More