I’ve never been to a palm reader or a psychic, or thought much about Chakras or my aura, so maybe I’m not the best person to write about a book titled, Reading Baby Toes: What Your Baby’s Toes Know That You Don’t (Cosimo, 2009) by Imre and Margriet Somogyi. Imra writes in chapter three, “We [...]
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I tried to act calm. Eli seemed to be rolling unflappably with the unexpected event. Meanwhile I started texting everyone I knew with my pithy, yet painful observations about time’s fleeting passage.
Two unmarried college students, a 30-something couple trying to conceive and a pair of near empty-nesters share the stage for a musical called “Baby” at Arizona Broadway Theatre in Peoria. Lynn Trimble saw the show with her daughter Lizabeth, and describes it as both “charming” and “sweet.”
My son Andy’s birthday is today. He’s 26 years old. The number makes me gasp. My thoughts are pulled back to the weeks surrounding his birth. The mystery, the worry, the pain — and the utter joy. And the vague recollection of a newspaper article that appeared when he was just five weeks old. Before [...]
Lynn Trimble chats with D. Scott Withers, a Valley actor who recently performed the role of Edna Turnblad in the Arkansas Repertory Theatre production of “Hairspray,” about his upcoming performance in the ’80s musical “Baby” with Arizona Broadway Theatre in Peoria.
Poor parents. We’re so misunderstood. We’re just trying to do the right thing and protect our kids from a devastating legume and then someone, well, a lot of someones actually, comes out and throws a bunch of annoying facts around and we have to face the truth. We are responsible for the plethora of peanut anaphylaxis plaguing our offspring.
After running into an old friend with a gift for one-liners, Lynn Trimble decides to compile some of her favorite quotes from Broadway musicals as a way to reflect on the years behind, and the years ahead.
The news came out yesterday that more than 1.7 million babies were born to unwed mothers in 2007. That translates into nearly 40% of all US births. Frankly, that’s an astounding figure. Now I consider myself to be a highly evolved feminist. I have little doubt that had I not found a man I wanted [...]
If you weren’t shocked by this week’s announcement from the Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine about one-fifth of American 4-year-olds being obese, I’m not sure what it would take to freak you out. How about the fact that obese kids are developing type 2 diabetes, fatty liver disease and musculoskeletal problems (their tiny bodies [...]
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