Loving: A Novel By Corin Hughs

Last Day of Kindergarten

She grabbed the menu off the small wooden table set for four and asked, “Mommy, what is sss-kim milk?”
My gaze moved away from the fountain that overlooked the massive hotel pool where we were celebrating my uncle’s birthday, and I smiled. I smiled at the little girl’s eyes just barely visible over the menu, the little girl whose face […] Read More

Media and Mothering

Moms, do you ever feel paralyzed by pressure and expectations?
Last week, I read some blogs and watched a few videos related to motherhood. One video told me to smile more, clean less and don’t get upset when my kids break things because, well, “they’re just kids.” Geez, how often am I supposed to smile? I’m a happy person. I think I smile […] Read More