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  • An Open Letter to the Mom Who Failed Today

    August 20, 2019 by

    To the Mom Who Failed Today: I hear you. Today wasn’t my day either. I yelled too much, dropped one too many “f bombs” although only a few in front of the children. I cried. I lost my temper. My kids cried. We had McDonalds for dinner and I let them watch entirely too much… Read more

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  • 6 Rules for Raising Emotionally Secure Children

    July 22, 2019 by

    We all have big hopes and dreams for our children. Get a good job, marry a loving spouse, be kind, etc. We want the world for them and we want them to “one-up” us. We want to raise the change-makers, the leaders of the world, the future Princess Diana’s, Mother Theresa’s, Bill Gates, and Gandhi’s.… Read more

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  • Getting to Know the New You

    July 9, 2019 by

    I am 33 years old and a mama to two amazing tiny humans. Seriously, I know we all think our kids are great, but these little men have taught me more in the short time that they’ve been around then I think I’ve learned my whole life. When I say amazing I mean ah.maz.ing. My… Read more

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  • The Truth About Motherhood.

    May 13, 2019 by

    Why is it that we as moms/parents are made to feel awful for talking about how freaking hard this is? We are supposed to “live in the moment,” and “enjoy it because you’ll blink and they’ll be all grown,” or a personal favorite of mine “this is the easy part.” I realize that one day… Read more

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  • My WTF Child

    April 24, 2019 by

    My WTF Child Every so often, a WTF child is born. You know, that large as life kid doing all the insane shit that continually leaves you saying WTF??? From the moment he was born, he was a pistol. He was the ruler of our universe and he let everyone know. It was a rather… Read more

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  • Finding Your Tribe.

    February 8, 2019 by

    Finding Your Tribe. We all know that term. “The One.” It means so much to so many hopeful, aspiring, young women. It’s the guy who gives us butterflies when he calls or texts, or if you’re from the Olden Days like myself, when he sends you an instant message. It’s that feeling of the first… Read more

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  • Natural Childbirth

    September 26, 2018 by

    Natural Childbirth “Giving birth should be your greatest achievement not your greatest fear.” -Jane Weideman I’ve told this story, or various fractions of it before, to close friends and family. I’ve talked about why I chose to deliver not one, but both, of my babies without so much as even an aspirin and why I’d do… Read more

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  • 10 Things That Inspire Me As a Mom

    May 25, 2018 by

    Moms who Inspire Us Recently at work, I received the latest edition of Parents magazine in the mail. After tearing the plastic off, I was immediately awestruck at the exquisiteness of cover model, mom Hilaria Baldwin. From her perfect smile and smokey eyes, to her sun-kissed, shaved legs and beautifully manicured toes, she is simply… Read more

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