For The Wall Street Journal Mansion section I talked to a delightful couple who stumbled into their home via an eBay furniture pickup. This home also appeared on Mansion Global.
For The Wall Street Journal Mansion section I covered a Pittsburgh condo carved out of the choir loft of a 1902 church. Also featured on Mansion Global.
For Romper, amidst the swirling chaos of my own four children doing remote learning, I got to talk to a longtime idol of mine, Chelsea Clinton. We discussed babies, life, the pandemic, grandparents, and her new book. Check it out here.
The pandemic has highlighted so much inequality across the nation, and one area that has been particularly troubling is how some families lost access to green space and nature during locksdowns. I spoke to parents and experts for The New York Times about this topic. Article artwork by Wesley Allsbrook.
In this humorous reported piece for Romper- which is one of my favorite I have ever written- I explore why kids love stinky stuffed animals and just what happens when they are lost at some of the busiest places.
In this reported piece for the Washington Post, I interviewed families and adoption professionals about open adoption after foster care. I included biological parent, adoptee, and adoptive parent voices.
In this piece for the New York Times Parenting section, I interviewed occupational therapists, psychologists, and developmental behavioral pediatricians to ascertain just what is SPD, and what can it be indicative of.
In my first piece in my regular contributor role for Niche.com, an education and community building site, I interviewed parents and teachers about what happens when we look beyond the test scores.