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It's Not Me, it's you (2)

Coming Clean:  It’s not me, it’s you.

Yes, you read that right.  It’s not me, it’s you and I’m ready to come clean. I had found the greatest friend late in my teenage years.  She got married and had children.  I got married.  Our lives were on the path we had always imagined.  We talked almost daily and got together often.  Then […]

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Food Allergies and Halloween

Ahh…Halloween. So much excitement and fun to be had. The homemade costumes, seeing all your neighbors, costume parties, crisp fall air, and spooky cocktails. Rewind back to being a little one, getting ready for one of the best nights of the year, roaming the neighborhood with all your friends trick-or-treating. You’d come home and dump out your haul […]

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When Does My Child Need a Phone?

“When can I get my own phone?” This is the question that I’ve heard for the past couple of years from my twelve-year-old. Are We Expected to Buy our Pre-teens Phones?! In the past, it hasn’t gotten to the heated argument stage…but these past few months…it gets heated every.single.time. It’s a really frustrating conversation to […]

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Staying Private In A Very Public Age

We have chosen to keep my child’s identity private in this very public age. However, I love seeing your children and families in my news feed on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Nothing fills my heart like seeing pictures of your newborn. A child’s lost tooth. First {and last} days of school. Family vacations and other milestones. Please, please keep sharing! I love […]

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Tips for Introducing Dog to Baby

My husband and I were like most couples – our journey to a real baby started with having a dog. Our fur-baby was our first attempt at “parenting” – getting up in the middle of the night to take her outside, cleaning accidents off the floor, disciplining, feeding, and socializing. It was all new for us. Looking […]

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