The Winnie the Pooh book, which features the beloved bear and friends, is called "Stay Safe" and was sent home in the backpacks of elementary children in the Dallas Independent School District last week.
Tech tags like Apple AirTags and Tile are all the rage. But one mom has a rather unique use for these tech tags that's causing a bit of a dustup on TikTok: she puts them on bracelets on her two and four-year-old children and has "trained" them to come to her when the AirTags beep.
"My deepest regret is that because I was so blindsided, I didn't know our last conversation would be just that: Our last. To all of those who have lost a mother, parent or loved one, know this: They are not lost, and we are not motherless."
It wasn't until I lost my mom that I learned to truly appreciate the simple times we had together. I pray you don't make the same mistake with your mothers—or daughters. It's hard being a motherless mom.
"I could hardly make out anyone or anything through the tears. People were eating fast food around me, laughing, texting. I on the other hand was a wreck. I kept my face down, my face was drenched in tears. I kept telling and giving myself every reason to go through with this even though I did not believe in it."
I'm raising a Dollar Tree princess, who moonlights as Batman, likes to smell like Barbie, brush her teeth with ninja turtles, rock sunglasses of every color of the rainbow, buy bandaids like they are going out of style and break rubber bands like it's her job.