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Cycling Doesn’t Teach You What It’s Like to Be Black

I know we’ve all moved on from What My Bike Has Taught Me About White Privilege, but I just have to put this out there: Cycling isn’t anything like being black. Ok, ok. It’s true that I’m not black, so who am I … Continue reading

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9 Parenting Tips for New Parents That May or May Not Be Useful

I recently tweeted that I was starting to feel uninspired about parenting. Not actual parenting. Just writing about parenting. I just don’t think I can take another high level, hand-wringing discussion about kids, parenting or the common core. But my Twitter … Continue reading

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Remind Me — What’s a Normal Two Year Old Like?

I think my daughter has attachment disorder. Not the kind where you don’t attach to your parents. The kind where you attach to random people and decide that they’re your best friend forever. A couple of weeks ago, at the … Continue reading

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