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What have I learned since becoming a mom? I GET TO DECIDE HOW TO PARENT. We can have all of the best intentions and ideas but when that baby is born most of those plans completely fly out the window. After...
When you're a first time Mom, you try and read as much as possible. Except, sometimes it's just Facebook groups, "Dr. Google", and your pediatrician.  When your baby hits the 4-month mark, suddenly the groups get more active and...
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Rewind to 2011, I had this whole fairytale romance and picture-perfect future mapped out, or so I thought. Fast forward a little while to March 2012 and I’m a month out from welcoming our beautiful baby girl into the...
Raising kids is not easy, whether you have one, two, four, or six. I think most people would agree with that statement. My daughter is only three, but for a year or two, I’ve compared her to other kids...
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Single parenting? Where should we begin? I have been a single parent for five years essentially but only two years per legal documents. This was not the path I would have ever chosen for myself or for my worst enemy. ...
My friends and I made a rule a long time ago that unless the kids were puking and unable to leave the house we wouldn’t let their sickies keep us from getting together.  The idea was that between all...

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