April 17, 2017

Growing Up: It’s Not Just for Kids

It's an unspoken milestone: the day we realize our babies are no longer babies. I mean really not babies. Not when they're eating whole food or walking or saying "Mommy," or throwing a tantrum in the supermarket. I mean when they are suddenly kids.  … [Read more...]

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April 13, 2017

Book Review: When I Carried You in My Belly

There are some books we read over and over at our children's demand. Then there are those special books - our children love them, yes; but we find that it's us, as mothers, reaching for them time and time again.   That's the category that … [Read more...]

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December 24, 2016

15 Thoughts Every Mom has When Watching Home Alone

  Why did I think that neighbor guy was so old and scary?  He looks like a totally normal father. He would actually clean up pretty nice. OK, seriously? How did they not notice that their 8 year old wasn't with them? At least with … [Read more...]

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December 20, 2016

10 Easy Ways to Make Christmas Eve Extra EXTRA Fun!

Isn't it funny how the anticipation of Christmas Eve is almost more fun than the actual day itself? It's often this way in life, isn't it - getting there really is half the fun! Christmas Eve is right around the corner so I thought it would be fun to … [Read more...]

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December 16, 2016

What Mothers Have Always Done

I awoke like many of you - exhausted, not only from the long days and nights of motherhood, but with a heaviness that could not be shook as I made coffee, found socks, and chose show-and-tell items. My 2 year old is afraid of the dark. In the … [Read more...]

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