Carrie Lee Ferguson

I remember the ache.  I remember how it badgered me one morning at the breakfast table, the song from Sesame Street popping up in my head: Which one of these things...

In a December report, UNICEF labeled 2014 as one of the worst years for children on the record.  Between war, violence and the spread of disease, Executive Director of UNICEF, Anthony...

*A version of this article was first published on Montessori Tides School website.   Remember the fun we used to have as children playing and singing- Ms. Mary Mack Mack Mack...

My mom, Sharon Elliott, and I were at locally-owned, play-focused destination Bay & Bee on November 18 to present our book, A Child’s Way.  Here’s a wrap up of our exploration....

I’ve said it often and written about it many times- In childbirth, I learned that I was capable of more than my mind could wrap itself around. I had a lived...

Ok so it’s been awhile.  I’ve been busy writing about public education and working hard with a team of people to open the doors of Seaside Community Charter School in August....

  Did I mention that while I was away in New York considering how being digitally connected might serve our heart-to-heart connection, my daughter was at home making me a book...

Be patient towards all that is unsolved in your heart And try to love the questions themselves. Six years ago, when I was pregnant with my daughter, I was naturally living...

The other day I got to watch birth happen.  I got to watch a woman pull up all the strength inside of her and use it to bring a newborn child...

In the beginning, sleep was all I really yearned for.  A good four hour stretch, and I might feel somewhat human the next day.  I might perhaps feel like the girl...