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It Takes a Village

It takes a village to raise a child is a proverb which means it takes an entire community of different people interacting with your children in order for them to experience and grow in a safe and loving environment. Growing up I remember hearing people say this to new moms, experienced moms, and everyone in between. I never really […]

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I Love You, But…

“I love you, but…” it’s something we could easily say to our kids throughout the day. “I love you, but, I wish you would pick up your toys.” “I love you, but, I wish you would go to sleep.” “I love you, but, I really need you to be quiet right now.” As a mother, […]

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Teenage Girls

A Letter To My Future Teenage Girls

To my Future Teenage Girls, I was once where you are now. It’s probably hard to picture your mom (or stepmom) as a young person such as yourself, without the added lines to my face or stern furrow to my brow that can creep up when one of you have done or said something I […]

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A Mother’s Woe

  Have you ever had the following experience as a mother? You’re busy doing something: working, cooking, doing chores, scrolling through Facebook, closing your eyes before you go to sleep. Suddenly, like the rudest awakening you could imagine, amidst your everyday thoughts of what you’re going to do next, how you need to pay the […]

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