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The One Thing Your Kids Need This Summer

From Knoxville Moms Blog

Once upon a time, there was summer in the 1990s. We got up, brushed our teeth (maybe), grabbed a Pop-Tart and headed out into the wild unknown–our neighborhood. The possibilities were endless.


4 Reasons I Spoil My Children Without Regret

From New Orleans Moms Blog

My son just turned three and is deep into the race car phase. One of my favorite things to do is to surprise him with a cool, new race car. They vary from cars found at the Dollar Store for, well, a dollar to the Disney Cars brand cars that run upwards of $5 a pop. I have a dresser drawer with a supply of new cars waiting to be presented to him.


Confessions of a Baby-Led Weaning Mom

From Twin Cities Moms Blog

It sounds so complicated, and it’s so simple: baby-led weaning is a method of introducing solids where babies feed themselves the same foods adults eat. If you want to be strict about it (I’m not): no purees, no spoons, no pouches, no forays into the baby food aisle, period.


I Have Every Reason To Be Mad At God

From Alamo City Moms Blog

I have every reason to be mad at God. My husband, Ian, and I were married right out of college. Nine years later, we were living a picture perfect life. My dream of being a stay-at-home mom came true. We had a smart, beautiful girl who had just started Kindergarten, an active two-year-old boy hungry for adventure, and a 10-month-old bundle of boy joy. Life couldn’t get any better.


Stop Telling Me What I Should Never Say

From Memphis Moms Blog

I’ve noticed something about a lot of the blogs I follow, though. There is this trend that keeps popping up on the really popular blogs. It started out as mildly annoying to me, but it’s finally reached the point to where I just can’t handle it anymore. 27 Things You Should NEVER SAY to a Working Mom; Things You Should NEVER SAY to the Mom of a Blue-Eyed Baby


The Voice Of Motherhood

From Indianapolis Moms Blog

Recently I sent out a survey posing questions about your motherhood experience: what surprised you the most about becoming a mother, the best and worst part, hopes and fears. The response was fantastic and I loved reading your replies. What I found most refreshing and, actually comforting, was that the answers were so similar across the board. It was so clear that we all hope, worry, and wish for the same things in regard to our children.


This Stage of Life? It’s Hard.

From Austin Moms Blog

This stage of life. It’s hard, you guys. I’m talking right now to you moms who are in your early to mid 30’s. You have kids. Likely two, three, maybe four of them. They probably range in age from newborns to 7 or 8 year-olds. (Give or take a few, on all of the above mentioned stats).


Things Moms Do at Target

From Denver Metro Moms Blog

You don’t have to be a mom to love and appreciate Target, but once you become a mom, you realize that a trip {alone} to Target is basically the equivalent to a vacation. It becomes more of a retreat; your happy place. It’s pretty, it’s organized, it’s colorful. Target knows what us women want and they deliver that experience.