In this piece for The Atlantic I examine how millennial parents are preserving memories in the digital age. Lest we lose our memories to "the cloud," we need to be intentional about our preservation.
I conducted a series of interviews with the Somali Bantu refugee in Pittsburgh for Public Source. This is the first installment, the story of Fatuma Muya and Dadiri Malambo.
A primer for the residents of the Pittsburgh metro region to help them understand the affordable housing crisis our city is facing, published on PublicSource. Photo Ryan Loew/PublicSource
School segregation isn't legal anymore, but in many cities it is still the status quo. Read more about school segregation here for Romper.
I had the pleasure to interview the parents and midwife present at the birth of baby Johnathon. The photos of his birth, which included mom Steph's own father, rocked the birthing world. You can find the full piece here for Romper. Photo courtesy of midwife Lindsey Meehleis.
The royal wedding had a huge impact on my four-year-old daughter, which I wrote about here for Romper.
This piece for Romper is not so much about the merits or downfalls of screen time, but more about parenting the way that is best for each of us, without any guilt.
This reported piece was interesting for me to write, as my family approached child sleep from a more traditional perspective. Read about what I learned here. Photo courtesy of Samantha Booth.