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Giving Up the Glider: When It’s More Than Selling a Chair, It’s Learning to Let Go

When we moved the kids from bucket car seats into their convertible car seats I didn’t get nostalgic. Those bucket car seats are heavy, and my babies were gigantic. When we moved the kids from cribs to toddler beds, I Read more…


Hey Mom. Say Cheese.

Mom Say Cheese

Moms are usually behind the camera. They are the ones capturing memories for photo albums, making sure the kids have documentation of the time they were thrilled to see that Santa could indeed make a yellow unicorn. Documenting first days Read more…


Sometimes I Feel Like a Bad Mom

Sometimes I feel like a bad mom

Sometimes I feel like a bad mom. When my daughter comes home from daycare and her hair has been redone into a perfect ponytail that looks about 100 times better than the ponytail I sent her off with in the Read more…


Why I Vote

Why I Vote. For her. For him, and For me. #ivote

I took my son and daughter with me to vote in the state primary elections. They were excited to scamper into the voting booth, and even more excited to get a sticker. Everyone loves stickers. On the ballot, I noticed Read more…


Embracing the One Piece Swimsuit

One piece bathing suits for moms

Some Unexpected Career & Life Lessons from Ladies’ Swimwear   In the business of finance, you have the three piece suit. In the business of chasing small children around a beach, you have the one piece swimsuit   Itsy Bitsy Read more…


When You Give a Mom a Lactation Cookie – Quinn’s Cookies Are Making Milk!

In this post N is for “nepotism,” but N is also for “Never have I ever had a cookie this delicious before and I’m really sad that I’m not currently eating one of these cookies.” While I’m not currently in Read more…


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