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Sleeping has become this poodle’s full-time job. He’ll take five naps a day, in between turns around the yard.
He has no access to a toolbox. The deadbolt to the garage is jammed. He has 30 minutes before a meeting.
This mom takes a page from Charles Dickens’ novel to add her own style of satire to the fall season.
The new challenge: Now mom can count on her hand how many vacations they have left as a family.
This former teacher says schools should be safe places from polio, diphtheria, mumps, rubella — and, yes, coronavirus.
Here are six things to consider — all due to labor shortages — before you visit your favorite restaurant.
With the new school year here, she’s never seen her kids so excited to wake up at 5:45 a.m.
They took the train from Edmonds to Puyallup for the Washington State Fair. It wasn’t such a good idea.
Lost electricity during the heatwave and wildfires turned their whir of multiple fans and air filters into heated silence.
Tip No. 1: Don’t start your writing project unless you can describe it in two succinct sentences.
She’s got a backlog of photo albums to finish for 2015-2019, but she’s glad she skipped ahead to 2020.
After mastering a variety of vegetables, this mom was ready to pop a 4-pound bird into her new air fryer.
She stocked up on over-the-counter medicine at Walgreens after getting a drive-thru COVID-19 test.
Seventeen years ago, Jennifer Bardsley was a new mother. She reflects on that time in this column.
After the June heatwave, she’s taking stock of which heat prevention tricks worked and which were a waste of time.
Edmonds author Jennifer Bardsley’s new novel, “Sweet Bliss,” inspired by “An Edmonds Kind of Fourth.”
Semiahmoo Resort near the U.S.-Canada border proves to be an idea mother-daughter destination.
A newer model of the Ergobaby backback was a challenge for this aunt, even though one from 2005 was a snap.
It’s important to adapt to wearing a smart watch, for example, while your brain is healthy enough to figure it out.
If you get frustrated about home design, just remind yourself that old-but-clean is better than new-and-unkempt.