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Your Parenting Choices are OK!

Sometimes we just need to hear this, so I’m going to say it! Your parenting choices are OK! In parenting there are a million choices we make every day and in every stage. Each choice is made for a reason and to accommodate your child. You may make choices for one child that you don’t […]

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A Letter To My 20-Something Self

I can’t believe a quarter of the year is over. Have you kept up with your New Year’s resolutions? I know I haven’t. I spent some time reflecting on what has gone on over the past few months, and it made me think about how much life has changed. New jobs, new friends, and new […]

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How to Survive Pregnancy with a Toddler

My first pregnancy was a dream. I barely had any symptoms, I gained exactly the right amount of weight throughout, and everyone waited on me hand and foot. It was magical. This second pregnancy has been…something else. I’ve had all the symptoms, I’ve gained all the weight, and everyone is too busy trying to stop […]

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Best Kept Mom Secret: Dry Shampoo

My husband and I have been planning date night for weeks, actually more like months. We get lost in all the dirty diapers, feedings, school drop offs, work, and forget about our time with each other. There’s never enough time, but we have promised each other to make time.  The day finally arrives where I […]

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No More Mom Guilt!

I love the first couple of weeks of a new year. I love a clean slate, a fresh outlook on life, and the chance to set goals and make plans for the year ahead. It’s also a time to look back on the past year and think about lessons learned, experiences had, and memories made. […]

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Notes From a Traveling Mom

A letter to my daughter for when she misses me—from a traveling mom My dear daughter, You are only four right now, and will not remember the times that Mommy was there for you when you were a baby, but as you get older, I’m sure you will remember the times that Mommy was not […]

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