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Ever dream of having a robot to clean your home or being able to control things in your home with a simple verbal command? Here are six quick home improvement projects to make a significant impact in my family’s everyday routine.
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!
“Are you counting down the days until summer is over? We may be ready for our kids to get back to school and a regular routine to begin again, but before the days get shorter, take some time to slow down, celebrate summer and make memories.”
In this issue of Mom Must-Haves, we are sharing with you our favorite kitchen tools, hand-selected by moms, for moms! We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.
“Are you counting down the days until summer is over? We may be ready for our kids to get back to school and a regular routine to begin again, but before the days get shorter, take some time to slow down, celebrate summer and make memories.”

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Putting Your Spouse First

From Bloomington IN Moms Blog
“I will never forget the day my mother-in-law handed me a book titled, “The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands” by Dr. Laura Schlessinger. My initial reaction was something like, “what about the proper care and feeding of ME,” which later led me to believe I probably needed the book.”

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Impossible: A Tale of Going Back to Work

From Military Moms Blog
“I love my job. I work in a field that is highly challenging and incredibly rewarding. I interact with scores of people on a daily basis, which makes me feel like an integral part of a team. On any given day, I get to solve puzzles, offer reassurance, and teach my craft to up and coming members of the squad. I have worked for years to get to this point. This job feels like something I was created to do. And yet, the thought of leaving my babies and walking out that door is enough to reduce me to a sobbing puddle of emotional overwhelm.”

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Let Me Make My Own Mistakes

From East Valley Moms Blog
“I want to and need to make my own mothering mistakes.”

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The Instagram (Un)Worthy Side of Vacation

From Rio Grande Valley Moms Blog
“Our family vacation is exactly like everyone else’s: All sunshine and smiles. No complaining, fussing or bickering here! Just check my Instagram posts…”

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High School is for Big Kids: Being True to Yourself

From Rochester MN Moms Blog
“My oldest child thinks she’s going to high school next year. This is absurd because high school is for big kids who are practically adults.”

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Silencing Our Inner Critic: Becoming a Hands Free Mama

From San Diego Moms Blog
“It is within the pages of this book that I aligned with some of the stories and discovered that many rang true in my life. Towards the beginning of the book, when the author suggested that I throw out my to-do list, I knew I was in trouble!”

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Postpartum Depression: The Scariest Thing I've Ever Gone Through

From San Francisco Moms Blog
“I am so glad I knew something was wrong and sought help. Had I not, it would have gotten worse, and I could have hurt myself or my baby.”

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Surviving Summer! Part 1: Managing Behavior with Behavior Buttons

From Sarasota Moms Blog
“But I also know that the lack of structure, combined with the extreme amount of time my kids will be spending together, will mean they are going to be ready to kill each other about three days in. And if I’m being honest, I might want to get in on that action too.”