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B abysitting the Miller kids was always an adventure. Whenever Mrs. Miller called me to babysit, I made sure to rope in a friend before giving a definite yes. But a few weeks before Pesach, when Rikki was out shopping, Adina was busy with her family, and Fraidy was napping, Mrs. Miller sent me a
Leah Reisman
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Aviva doesn’t show up to work for a few days, causing Suri to worry. Chavi tells Aviva’s mother that she’s been sick all week
Gila Arnold
Learning Curve
Hoping the peal hadn’t woken her children, she ran to the door. Standing on her doorstep were the last two people Yael would have expected to see
Gila Arnold
The Real Me
We had a class siyum with doughnuts. Everyone was so excited to have a special treat, while we just had to sit and watch
Ruchy Bromberg
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I press the pen hard between my fingers as I note this next to Rivky’s name. How do they all know everything about everyone?
Gila Arnold
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“The mommy you want to take you doesn’t exist,” Leah hissed, suddenly brutal. “Mommy will not dress you fit to be seen, baby. Her taste is gone”
Riki Goldstein
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“Why don’t you just yell at me? Tell me I’m wasting your time? That I’m a horrible mother and wife, and I should just get divorced and leave everyone well alone?”
Abby Delouya B.A, B.Ed, MFT
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“So, it’s pretty awkward for me to come here as I know you’ve spoken to my husband.”
Abby Delouya B.A, B.Ed, MFT
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