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Video: Six-Words on Mothers & Fathers, from Adults & Kids

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

In this sweet spot between Mother’s and Father’s Day, we wanted to share with some of our favorite Six-Word Memoirs on mothers and fathers from SMITH Magazine community members and SMITHTeeners. This video was lovingly edited by Linda Liu, and greeted audience members as they walked into our most recent Six-Word Memoir Story Show at [...]

“It All Starts With Your Mother”—Six Words meets ONE

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

“Carrying heaviest loads with lightest hearts.”
—Former White House Press Secretary Dana Perino
“She went hungry, they did not.”
Nora O’Connell, Vice President of Policy and Government Affairs at Women Thrive Worldwide
“It All Starts With Your Mother.”
—Jessica Alba, actress
The women above are among the forces and advocates behind a new collaboration between Bono’s ONE organization and SMITH. From [...]

“Mommy’s boobies no longer Daddy’s boobies”–Six-Word MOMoirs

Friday, April 25th, 2008

Our new Six-Word Momoirs project with and is off and running. And the secret life of moms is as funny (”8 pound baby means Kegels forever”), sweet (”You had me at ‘my mama’”), and surprising (”Nipples now point in opposite directions”) as we suspected (well, our friends at TrueMom already knew). Lay your [...]

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