( july, 2005 )

There's a historical context for how black mothers are viewed. In slavery days, we were stripped of the role of motherhood; we weren't allowed to raise our own children. >>read more
by Amy Anderson :: feature added on 2005-07-02
From the moment my daughter was born, I was on a mission to define a new more supportive father role in her life. This past April she turned 18, and I can honestly say that besides nursing her, I did everything I could to support and nurture my daughter. >>read more
by Ahjamu Umi :: feature added on 2005-07-02
I think people writing about their experiences with their children at its best is another form of travelogue. It's something that people without children should be able to enjoy, without the actual drudgery of having to raise a child. >>read more
by Amy Anderson :: feature added on 2005-07-05
In the first installment of an ongoing series about how different families share caregiving tasks, mamazine.com talks to Matt and Annie, a couple with two young children, about stay-at-home dads, laundry, and who cleans the bathroom the most. >>read more
by Amy Anderson :: feature added on 2005-07-06

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