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The Tiny Humans with Big Feelings Book List

I’m 31 years old and I have bad days. You know those days; the ones that are so emotionally draining that you have to dig deep, pray, and cope. It’s taken 31 years. When I became a mother, I realized my son had these days, too. Usually without words, children rely on their cries, outbursts, noises, […]

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9 Tips & Tricks for Sleep-Deprived Parents

To the sleep-deprived mom who can’t see the light: I’m living proof that newborn night feedings and pump schedules will, in fact, come to an anticlimactic end. Sleep deprivation can ruin a psyche. It can ruin a marriage. It brings out the worst. Quite frankly, it can dredge up feelings of incompetence, inadequacy, sadness, and hopelessness. […]

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Yoga poses that evoke Peace and Self-LOVE

I am a true believer that wherever you find yourself during any typical day, you were meant to be there. I stumbled into a yoga class I don’t normally attend and heard this phrase: “Put on your own oxygen mask before assisting others.” It was one we’ve all heard many times before; however this time I […]

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The Importance of a Mom Tribe

Mom Tribe. These are the women who help you navigate through the thick of pregnancy, post partum, sleep regressions, infertility, and all the feelings, heartache and happiness of motherhood.  These are the women who help you navigate through the thick of pregnancy, post partum, sleep regressions, infertility, and all the feelings, heartache and happiness of […]

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Small Things, Great Love.

A quote to get you through today.    Do small things with great love.  -Mother Teresa  My babies are beautiful. At times they take my breath away and other times they make me go into my room and scream into a fluffy pillow.    When the little one hasn’t napped or our eldest hasn’t slept through […]

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