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Pros & Cons of School-Age Kids for the SAHM

  For the past nine years, I’ve been an active stay-at-home mom. I’ve been there for the diapers and breastfeeding, first words and first steps, the pull-ups to undies, the preschool drops offs and play dates, and all the milestones in between.  I’ve lived out the long days and the short years. And now after all […]

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Sister On, Moms

I had the pleasure of attending a charity luncheon benefiting Rainbow Days celebrating their 35th anniversary of helping homeless and at-risk children rise above by developing coping skills and resilience. What a tremendous organization! I encourage you to take a minute to learn more about how they make an impact on your community. As if […]

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Motherhood: The Undervalued Workforce

A few years ago, I was dropping something off at my husband’s office and met his boss, who doesn’t have children. He knew I was a stay at home mom, and he “sized me up” pretty quickly.  In his way of making conversation, he asked if I ever thought I’d go back to work, you […]

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With love, the SAHM

Dear Husband, I see what you’re doing. I see your 13 hour days away from us. I see how your whole body sinks into the bed at night because you’ve been carrying the weight of our family on your shoulders. I hear your alarm go off in the wee hours of the morning. I notice […]

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