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5 Simple Ways to Make Eating Fun for Toddlers

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I was lucky that my oldest daughter was always a pretty good eater. She knew what she liked and would eat those foods with gusto, but she had a pretty good range. Like all...

Stay-at-Home Moms Can Raise Strong, Independent Daughters, Too

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As I was sitting in traffic one morning with my girls, I asked my four-year-old if she thought all the mommies and daddies in the cars around us were going to work. Her response,...
be your child's advocate

Find Your MOMfidence and Use It

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Being a new mom is scary – no two ways about it. Everything is new, exciting, challenging, tiring, and as you are trying to navigate through this amazing experience called motherhood, you have a...
saying sorry

Why I Say Sorry to My Children

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From a young age, most moms try to ingrain the phrase, “I am sorry,” into their children. As a child is learning to share and play with other friends, it is inevitable that there...

Your Attainable Summer Checklist for Family Fun on the Peninsula

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School is out, summer is here, and the list of summer plans are already starting. Vacations, camps, packed weekends - you name it. Every summer I feel like I have a laundry list of...
threenager phase

The Threenager Phase – Who knew?

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Me to my three-year-old daughter: One second, Daddy needs to get one thing and then we can go. My daughter: Damn it, he always takes so long (with an eye roll). I’m sorry – what?! Not only...
c-section scar

Dear C-Section Scar: You’re Not So Bad After All

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Dear C-Section Scar, I’ll admit when I found out at 36 weeks pregnant I was going to need you that I left the doctor's office in tears and sat crying in my car. How bad...
buy a minivan

To Minivan, or Not to Minivan: That Is the Question

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In my three and a half years of being a mom, I’ve said the Mean Girls quote, “I’m not, like, a regular mom; I’m a cool mom,” more than once. I think most of...
co-sleeping

Are You Anti Cry It Out and Pro Co-Sleeping? Me, Too.

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I think most of us are guilty of uttering The phrase, “When I’m a mom I will never do (blank),” before you have kids. One of those resolutions for me was that I would...
diary allergies

Keeping My Guard Up: Life as a Dairy Allergy Mom

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Food allergies are hard. My oldest daughter was diagnosed with a dairy allergy at six months old. We discovered it when we tried to introduce formula and she had a bad reaction. For her...
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