Browsing the "teenagers" Tag

Mostly Functioning

November 21st, 2022 | by Robin Silbergleid

somehow I have raised a semi-adult person who is EMS-certified and capable of doing a twelve-hour shift on an ambulance but can’t manage to get their used La Croix can into the recycling bin or change their sheets or empty the cat box without being reminded at least sixteen times


Graffiti Mom: MOMZ1

November 7th, 2022 | by Lisa Hanson

In his teen years before he moved out, I was often up in the night or would jerk awake with the image of him falling, unable to return to sleep again


Close Encounters of the Third Base Kind

June 13th, 2022 | by Diana Whitney

We’d already established that he would not take my virginity. Given his chivalry, it was only fair to expect I would do Everything But


FOURTEEN

May 6th, 2021 | by Leslie Lindsay

For our youngest daughter’s fourteenth birthday, my husband and I gave her a hard-cover Mediterranean-blue Samsonite with wheels. Also, a


The Final Trimester

June 28th, 2019 | by Jennie Meyer

By Jennie Meyer out of seventy-six or so, if you consider that the ‘fourth trimester’ suggests they are really quarters,



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