Because we build connections over social media these days, it's not uncommon for moms to use Facebook groups to find commonality. I feel like I am seeing more rule-breaker moms - moms that find a way to bend the...
Both of my kids are now in school (tears just thinking about my littlest being in kindergarten). Once that happened, my hubs and I felt it was necessary to check in about what and how we’re teaching our kids...
It's with a grateful heart this year that we sent our daughter off to Kindergarten. She's our last (of 2). Time is quickly passing by as she grows into a smart, sassy and not-so-little girl anymore. She's still 5,...
We've all seen them. Those sugary-sweet, picture-perfect Insta posts with smiling kids, and exotic vacations-ugh… We’ve also seen those sick kids, tired mom, messy house pictures. Like, that’s ALL that mom posts... Ugh. It’s so easy to judge, so...
I remember looking at my oldest within the hours and days after she was born and thinking, "I never want anyone to hurt this sweet little girl's feelings." Was this a weird, random, emotional thought of a hormonal new mom?...
No More Middle-Ground... There seems to be a lost art in our culture in recent years - the skill of being disagreeable, without being rude, condescending, or hurtful. It’s difficult to watch the “news” or peruse social media anymore without...
Everywhere I turn moms (and women in general) are living in a world of being overplanned, overworked and simply put- burnt out by all the things that supposedly bring them joy. So why does every conversation start like this... Hey! Haven't...
It's not fair! ALL my friends get money for their good grades! It seems that this is a common thing and the amounts of loot vary greatly. In the new world of insecurities, competition and uncharted land AKA middle...
I came to an interesting realization recently. My best friend is a better mom than I am. I’m not saying she loves her children more—but I am saying she has more patience and better parenting techniques than I do. Here’s...
Daycare is not school. It is daycare, care for young children during the day. And that’s totally okay. A few months ago, another mom at the park asked me if my two-year-old is in school. I answered no, that I...

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