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Holiday Baby: What NOT to Say to the Mama of a Holiday Baby {Part One}

Our family beat all the odds. Two bundles of joy, both with the exact same due date, but two years apart. OH, and did I mention that both exited the womb during the same week as Christmas and New Years? BOOM. Yeahhhh, I have already heard all of the jokes, like how my husband’s birthday […]

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Why Do I Bother…to Cook?

I write this after a rather anticlimactic meal. Not the actual food…but my family’s response. It all began when I sat dinner on the table. I prepared a meal of grilled chicken thighs marinated in a Chipotle mescal sauce (a bit spicy for the littles, so for them plain chicken poached in butter) over a bed […]

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Whole Foods on a Friday Night

Consider this a public service announcement about Whole Foods on a Friday night. 1) It’s not the Friday night grocery shopping that you do in yoga/house pants. It’s a jazz band playing meat market – in the most literal sense. Say a prayer that the stock boys make it out unscathed ’cause the cougars are […]

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My Leggings Made Me Fatter

Recently I became addicted to the funky butter soft leggings and tops sweeping the mom nation. They are comfy and I don’t feel I’m in the yoga pants rut. Like the funky patterns of artistic bear heads and bold flowers are proof I’ve made an effort to leave the house. They are so cute! The […]

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The Leadership Lie – Life with a Tiny Tyrant

Call Your Daughters Leaders… …Unless of Course they are Actually Being Bossy! I am so tired of the articles – spawned I think in part by the book Lean-In – that attempts to banish the word bossy in regards to little girls.  In fact, there is a whole movement and a website by the same […]

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Adventures with the Climbing Toddler

An adventure is an exciting or unusual experience. It may also be a bold, usually risky undertaking, with an uncertain outcome. According to Dr. Sears, around fifty percent of baby walking usually begins by one year, but there is a wide normal range of walking, from nine to sixteen months. Some babies aren’t even walking by […]

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