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Meet our Contributors- Natalie and Pamela

Meet our Contributors: Natalie and Pamela

NATALIE | Blogging since January 2017 Profession: Professor What are your kid(s)’ names and ages? Elias (4) and Paislee (2) What do you do for fun in your spare time? Baking and fitness training Are you a Dayton transplant or were you born n’ raised in the Buckeye state? Born and raised Where is the furthest you’ve traveled? St. Maarten What is […]

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Family Photo Shoot FAQs

Family Photo Shoot FAQs

As we watch the weather warm up (then cool down and warm up..then snow) and our inboxes fill with Spring’s new clothes lines, family pictures may pop into your mind. Maybe your Facebook feed is starting to be sprinkled with ads for Family photo sessions. I wanted to share with you some common questions photographers […]

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My Kid Doesn’t Eat Kale

If you made a beautiful stir fry for dinner last night and your child ate half a piece of carrot and three bites of rice, this post is for you. If you scour Pinterest after the kids go to bed frantically searching for new and creative ways to “hide” nutrients in your child’s meals, this […]

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5 Mom Hacks I Live By

I write a lot about motherhood. And one of the things I say in almost every post is how important it is to have a good community of other moms around you. Whether those moms live next door or states away, motherhood is always better in community.  And one of the best parts of having […]

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15 Lessons I Learned from our Battle with Infertility

The journey through infertility is one of the hardest, most exhausting, heart wrenching emotional rollercoasters one could find themselves on. I was 1:8. We were 1:8.   We were one of the couples that struggled through both male and female infertility. Infertility knows no race. No gender. It does not discriminate amongst religion, sexuality or economic […]

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Second-Born Syndrome : The Struggle is Real

My spicy little second-born. I don’t even know where to start. I have been struggling lately with the events and activities and ‘things’ my second-born misses out on. Simply because she is just that. The second-born. Before my second was born, I always would giggle when I heard mom-friends, who had multiple children, say things […]

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