In a basement in Yakima, a handful of kids carry on a dying tradition.Read More
"I love Papa, but I'm in charge of my own heart. It belongs to me. I get to choose who to love."Read More
(They're here, actually.)Read More
The Names of the DayRead More
During out Mother's Day 2017 series, expanding all month of May, we are making space for the childfree and childless women. Those who've chosen to not have children, those who can't, and those who are ambivalent about it.
Lindsey Renaud is an archaeologist, artist, adventurer, a woman, a Latina, all around judgement-free and fun person.
She is originally from the Yakima area, for now residing in Georgia working and digging with an archaeology firm.
May finds her child-free every year.
And she is not mourning.
This is essay number two in the series Mother's Day 2017.
I heard once that there is healing when you share your story, not just for yourself but for others, too.
I became pregnant with triplets (naturally) in 2009. At the end of the second month of my pregnancy, I lost one of the babies.Read More
Only death can pay for life.Read More
Some things you never outgrow.Read More
The Resistance doesn't look like what you thought it would.Read More
No one said parenting would be easy. They didn't say it could be this hard either.Read More
We sit down with one of Yakima's brightest acts.Read More