Jamie Krug, HuffPost

Jamie Krug

HuffPost

Connecticut, United States

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Recent:
  • Unknown
Past:
  • HuffPost
  • HerMoney
  • BabyCenter
  • Mamamia

Past articles by Jamie:

Not the Father I Thought You'd Be

You are not the unflappable, always composed man that I met, that I thought you were. You are not the father I thought you'd be. You are so much more. → Read More

Opting Out Is Not Always a Choice

This mother quit her career to take on the most important job of her life: CMO — Chief Medical Officer — for her sick son. Read why. → Read More

Opting Out Is Not Always a Choice

This mother quit her career to take on the most important job of her life: CMO — Chief Medical Officer — for her sick son. Read why. → Read More

Why our Hanukkah traditions mean so much to my family

When people think of the holiday season, often what initially comes to mind are the traditions they hold dear. Things like spending time with family, shoppi… → Read More

When You Think He's Forgotten You

You round a corner and you are here. And you begin to cry a little when you realize that it will not be fancy and there will be no amuse bouche and most certainly no Michelin star chef and that you are supremely overdressed. And it could not be more ... → Read More

"I thought we had more time."

The talk we have with our kids about their health always comes too soon. I thought I had more time to explain my baby boy about my child has cerebral palsy. → Read More

The 4 things you should say to a sepecial needs parent.

"Despite all efforts to the contrary from both sides, there seems to be some sort of figurative invisible divide." What to say to a special needs parent. → Read More

"What I saw when I finally looked up from my phone."

I only have a handful of pictures from our family vacation last week. Jamie Krug asks, what are you missing out on, when you have a social media addiction? → Read More

What I Saw When I Finally Looked Up From My Phone

The weather was as close to perfect on our vacation as we could have hoped for, the sunsets were spectacular, both of my children had a wonderful time and my husband and I finally got a chance to reconnect. And I have almost nothing to show for it.... → Read More

The Deep End

There is no second chance for missed opportunities to watch your children growing up. To hold their little hand in yours, to break up brother/sister fights. To listen to silly made-up songs. → Read More