On Monday we will be in Pennsylvania, where Twinmom112 talks about the struggles she and her husband endured in order to finally be blessed with their twins. She ponders whether it would be worthwhile to go through it all again, and how to make peace with the decision to not have any more children.
We have a great guest post from Michigan on Tuesday! Beverly Prince-Sayward is a wife and mother, but she has challenges that go far beyond those that are part and parcel of “normal” parenting. Come and read this thought-provoking post about partnership and parenting laws that discriminate against same-sex couples.
On Wednesday we head to Arkansas to hear from Margie Bryant, who faces her own sets of challenges as one half of an interracial couple and mom to her biracial children. She talks about how interracial marriage, once illegal in the United States, is becoming more prevalent.
On Thursday, we will hop on a plane to Nigeria, which is apparently not an easy country to visit! Asha tells us about the guests that were constantly trooping through her home when she was a child, and how she doesn’t really like catering to guests now. She gives us interesting insight into her American-Indian upbringing.
On Friday we stay international as we fly to Singapore, where Ruth Wong shares her thoughts about parenting and filial piety.
On Saturday, check out the Saturday Sidebar with Eva Fannon, where the World Moms give their thoughts on an important topic, and chime in with your answers to the week’s question!