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Fellow bloggy moms! I always look to your fantastic blog for inspiration and nerd help! I have been asked to write a biweekly parenting article for a local newspaper and would love some topic ideas.…Continue
There were so many things going through my mind when I heard about Arthur and his story. As a first time mom, I really was curious about how the loss of his mother, his only parent, had affected…Continue
Hi mommy bloggers! I am looking for my next featured mommy blogger to be a part of my Haute Mom Club! We can help each other get more followers! I will feature you as my new member of the Haute…Continue
This week we did the unthinkable.
We were warned against it by many other veteran parents, but we didn't listen. Nope. Instead, we packed the kids in the car and drove 400 miles to San Francisco to visit grandma and grandpa.
It may not seem like much to some, but for those of you that have done it, you know that this is no easy feat.
A road trip with just two people is hard enough. I have been known to pack the entire trunk full during the days that it was just me and…Continue
It has begun. Stella’s first “take home” project was sent home from day care. My inner most type-A, strive to make things perfect personality has been challenged.
As a teacher, I am strongly against projects that are obviously parent made and not student created. It is important to help children develop their skills and this cannot be done when parents step in and do things for them. A second grade project, for example, is supposed to look like a second grader made it, however that…Continue
Four weeks ago I made the decision to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society by running the Tinker Bell Half Marathon with Team in Training. The decision was not an easy one but was prompted when a close friend, Adam, of our was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma at the early ago of 29.
Originally, I had planned on running the 5K event on the last weekend in January. When I received news of the diagnosis, it immediately hit home, not only did I think of Adam as a…