Tag: Advice

Fear is Strong, But You Are Stronger

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Fear is such a strong word and it seems to be taking over our world. We are growing afraid of normal everyday tasks that...

Making Mom Friends (Even During a Pandemic)

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Growing up I had few friends and I never really had a best friend. I was not only very shy and introverted but also...

Baby Car Organization: Ditch the Diaper Bag!

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crinkle toy  / Solly Baby wrap  /   bags  /  hand sanitizer spray  /  changing pad  /  blankets  /  diapers  /  wipes  /  tote I’ve always thought...

Curious About Cord Blood Banking? Here’s What You Need to Know!

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Whether you are pregnant for the first or fifth time, having a baby can be such an exciting time filled with planning and big...

8 Fit Tips for Mom Life

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*Thank you to Rachel Pratt for these tips on staying fit in your mom life!  Are you a fit mom? I believe there is not just...

Summering with Tweens: 3 Tips for Survival

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With summer upon us, my twelve-year-old boy has recently taken to hibernating in his room for hours at a time. We rarely see him,...

No Pain. No Gain. No Good.

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“No Pain, no gain,” they said. There was pain, so I should be feeling gain, right? Wrong. Here’s the deal. The pain that I was feeling...

Parenting Teens: When “Calm Confidence” Does Not Immediately Change Things

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Last month I started a three-part series on how and why to use Calm Confidence with your teenagers. We started out by talking about...

A Call to the Mamas of 2020

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Hey, Mamas of 2020, it is time to get fired up! It is time to stop being desensitized and quiet and small and complacent....

Ask the Experts: May 2020

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One thing we all have in common as parents are questions. Lots of questions. Whether it's concerning how to save for your child's college...

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