Your dad says he “doesn’t need anything.” Here’s what he wants.
I love you no matter what, but don’t give up your past so easily.
“The first day of the official lockdown, we woke up and it was raining inside. In Los Angeles, that’s very traumatic.”
Twitter is not amused. And neither, most likely, is Daniel Craig.
The Talmud is more progressive than you think.
As my dad tells it, my birth coincided with the birth of his identity.
What’s missing is any sense of family dynamic. Where is the poop? Where is the barf and the blood?
My wife and I imagined that we’d be celebrating New Year’s very quietly, at home. She’d be 36 weeks pregnant with our second child — a month till our baby’s due date — and, we assumed, she’d be exhausted.
“My father is by now seven years in his grave, and I remember vividly the last time I wore his sweatshirt.”
Inspired by a call for a pre-pregnancy contract, outlining equal care for the infant between two parents, Elissa Strauss wonders whether we should adapt the ketubah to do the same.