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“I ate my vegetables, 3 meals per day and made home cooked meals. THEN… I became a mom and everything changed.”
Some women just are not able to nurse their children for one reason or another, but still want to provide their baby with breast milk. That is where milk donors come in!
“I love to read! One of my goals as a mom is to raise readers. The best way to do that is to read to my kids. Here are 7 books for kids that we read again and again and again…”
Along with our Sister Sites, we have compiled a guide full of all things spring-cleaning related, from cleaning tips, to organizing ideas, as well as tips and tricks for de-cluttering your home.
City Moms Blog Network is partnering with Children's Learning Adventure to discuss the many benefits of Summer camp! We received compensation for this post, however all opinions and benefits are 100% our own.Believe it or not… Summer is just around the corner, and moms everywhere are beginning to prep and plan for the dog days

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I Just Don't See It

From Twin Cities Moms Blog
“Let’s agree to not see where we and other parents fail. Instead, let’s all make the conscious choice to let each other off the hook every. single. day. Here’s to changing the world, mama. One extension of kindness at a time…”

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What Your Position In Car Line Says About You

From St. Augustine Moms Blog
“We can all learn from our fellow car line drivers, and be proud of where you are. After all, no matter where you are in the car line, the most important thing is that you showed up!”

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To My Baby's Daycare Teacher

From Oklahoma City Moms Blog
“You are like the building blocks my son loves to play with – adaptable, colorful, and full of potential. Your job is the most important job in the entire world, and I know I don’t thank you enough…”

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Can I Be Honest? Sometimes I Get Jealous.

From Madison Moms Blog
“I know you also deal with meltdowns, and picky eaters, and fighting over toys (over everything), and long, lonely days where you’re way over-touched and you don’t talk to a single person over the age of 4. I know there are rainy days, snowy days, teething days, and inexplicably-crazy-kids days.”

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While You're Raising Strong Women, I'll Raise Strong Men

From NW Arkansas Moms Blog
“While you’re raising strong women, I’ll raise strong men. Men that will have seen me make money, save money and invest money. They will know that a woman can be pretty and kind, soft and hard…”

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5 Things I Absolutely DON'T Do Anymore as a Mom

From Columbia SC Moms Blog
“Some things just weren’t me and I really had to stop pretending that they were a part of my make up. So, I began setting boundaries, realizing my limitations and freeing myself of all the things I thought I should do…”

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I Don't Like My Mother-In-Law

From New Orleans Moms Blog
“Really, I don’t. After ten years of marriage, a year or so of therapy, and many choice words and tears, I can finally admit it. I don’t like my mother-in-law. I am okay with that.”

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Our Baby Can Save Himself From Drowning With ISR

From MKE Moms Blog
“There were many tears over those 7 weeks, mine included, but I knew the pay-off was worth much more than the discomfort of seeing my child upset. This could potentially save his life someday and there is nothing that is more important than his safety.”