Add us to the list, one Huffman got COVID-19.
There's nothing better than a rainy day cliffhanger — Alfred Hitchcock-style
Some things about the Huffman daughters are off limits. Or mostly.
We didn't have room anymore for Grandma's hutch. Now what?
We visited a dilapidated mausoleum in search of our relatives. Here's what we found.
A virus attacked one member of the Huffman family. But it wasn't COVID.
We have a “little” flea problem at the Huffman House.
I’m glad COVID has kept us from having visitors because our kitchen is going through a mid-life crisis: a remodel.
Don't ask a mom to stop momming. We can't help ourselves.
Something amazing is happening. The Huffman daughters are becoming friends.
What do you call a stowaway kitten that survives a wild car ride from Vacaville to Napa, inside an engine?
Baby you can drive my car: Jennifer Huffman would like to find a new guardian for her 2009 Volvo.
Jennifer Huffman would like longtime coworker Kevin Courtney to change his mind about retiring. Or else.
The Oldest Huffman was getting engaged! Only, it was supposed to be a secret.
Mom jeans: Have you seen them? Would YOU wear them, asks Napa mom Jennifer Huffman.
Let's do the time warp again... back to junior high in 1979.
After the kids grow up, is Easter worth fighting for?
I went on a Jurassic Quest, and took my 6-year-old nephew along for the ride.
Jennifer Huffman's Surrendering to Motherhood: Twenty signs that you’re a COVID-19 pro.
UC Davis students who agree to stay on campus during the break can receive $75 gift cards to spend locally, according to the university's spring break grant program announcement last week.
Jennifer Huffman's Surrendering to Motherhood: What happens when a mom gets the keys to her daughter's new apartment before she does?
Jennifer Huffman's Surrendering to Motherhood: Colorado Girl and Guy are moving back to California and this momma could not be happier.
Without sufficient financial aid, I face the risk of dropping out of UC Santa Cruz due to the lack of affordable housing, UC student Ruby Portillo says.
We must supercharge efforts to invest in students and refuse to allow COVID-19 to disrupt access to higher education, says Loren J. Blanchard, executive vice chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs at the California State University.
We "borrowed" our baby teeth, and their history, from the Tooth Fairy, says Jennifer Huffman.