It’s extremely common at this point to spend one’s 20s busily getting started on adulthood: many people choose to get an education, start working, travel, care for family members, or any of a wide variety of adventures. Due to these ... read more
Updating your status from being in a relationship to married means all kinds of changes are likely to occur in every part of your life including legal documents, bank accounts, name changes—and yes, even contraception. While to some, getting married ... read more
When marrying someone who already has kids, your marriage often means more than the uniting of two souls. It can also move you into a role as a step-parent, or may even involve adopting children as your own. Regardless, it ... read more
Wedding planning is a busy time, but it’s also a time for you to be reflective on your future: where you’ll live, what your holiday traditions will look like and, of course, if and when you’ll start a family. But ... read more
When the weather is lovely and there are a few minutes between the important moments of the wedding reception, it only makes sense to have some activities to occupy your guests during their downtime. These activities allow everyone to mingle, ... read more
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes…you know the rest. Perhaps this schoolyard rhyme conditioned us believe that the proper step in life after marriage is having children. Today, there is no perfect time to start a family, and ... read more
I have officially been a stepmom for about two and a half years now, and although it’s only been a few years since my wedding, I feel like I’ve learned a lot since those newlywed days. Stepmotherhood is not for ... read more
Children have been offered the roles of flower girls and ring bearers for a long time, because it’s not only adorable, but adds a level of warmth and amusement to your special day. Whether they’re your own, a relative, or ... read more
The role of a stepmother is almost always a complicated one—you are working to create a family system that works for you, you’re loving and helping to raise a child you didn’t give birth to, and all the while trying ... read more
The months after your wedding—also known as the newlywed phase—are an exciting, wonderful time for couples. You’re still basking in that post-wedding glow and beginning to figure out how you and your partner are going to work together as a ... read more
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