I joined a book club in July. Thought it would be a good opportunity to meet other other people, including some book nerdy moms. The first meeting went well. I got along with all the ladies at my end of the table. About 23 people showed up. The organizer was really great and…organized. I joined […]
Just got back from a family vacay in Dallas. Why Dallas, you ask? Because I have some family there. Little did I know that the Republic of Texas’ totally messed up beyond recognition highway and frontage road system can tear families apart. We went in August, with temperatures reaching somewhere between instant disintegration and purgatory. […]
I’ve been kinda obsessed with menopause lately, probably because I think I might be pre-menopausal. I’m in my mid forties. Not sure if that is young to be going through this, but I conferred with my sister who is two years older than me and she is going through it too so we’re thoroughly convinced […]
What’s Your Baby’s Poo Telling You? by Anish Sheth M.D. and Josh Richman Avery Trade; $11.25 Hardcover, $9.78 Kindle 208 pp.; ISBN-13: 978-1583335437 So, “What’s Your Baby’s Poo Telling You?” showed up in our office the other day. And if the name wasn’t enough to grab your inner immaturity, the color of the book will. […]
File this under bat shit crazy. Vegan actress, known for her role as ditsy, popular girl in “Clueless” back in 1995 doesn’t have much going on these days, so she clearly needs a shtick to keep her relevant. As much as we’d like our has-been celebrities to be known for science based medicine, that’s kind […]
Demi Moore bugs me. She shouldn’t bug me, because I don’t know her and obviously there are much more pressing issues in my life. I shouldn’t be wasting brain cells on some run-of-the-mill celebrity, but everyone has their dumb, unworthy little annoyance triggers and for some odd reason Demi Moore is mine. Typically, I go […]
Colds have been running rampant in our house this year. With record cold temperatures, snowfalls and wind chills, it seems everyone is keeping their germs inside where contagions become airborne and spread like wild fire. Now, I’ve been known to try many different products and tricks to help my kids feel better when they feel […]
So, it seems that the Orlando Sentinel is trying to sell us on the notion that some non-gay men are adopting children simply because they want to be a parent and haven’t found a partner that they want to be with. It could happen. And there could be a million dollars stored in the walls […]
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