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Could This Be the Secret to Reducing Stress?

“We finished our collection process with a new sense of ease and smiles. I wasn’t looking at my watch or checking my email. I was just out there observing, seeing, noticing with Meadow.”

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Fall Fairs & Festivals in Georgia

You know it was the corn dog that you missed the most in 2020.

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13 Reasons Not to Lose It on the First Day of School

Even for parents, the beginning of a new year can be a mix of emotions.

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The One with the Awesome “Friends” Advent Calendar

We just want to shake our belly like a bowl full of jelly.

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Motherhood 101: Your Epic Guide to Pregnancy & New Motherhood

Your one-stop shop for pregnancy advice, new-mom sisterhood and self-care tips that actually work.

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What I Didn’t Understand About Being a Working Mom Before I Was One

It goes without saying that working mamas are absolute badasses, but there was a lot I didn’t realize until I became a working mom myself.

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6 Ways to Create Good Vibes in Your Workspace

Since WFH doesn’t seem to be going away, here are 6 ways to make your home office more comfortable.

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It’s Okay to Be an Okay Mom

“I give my all to everything, every day. Even when it means that my ‘all’ is making breakfast for dinner three nights in a row and missing a work deadline.”

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It’s Christmas in July with These Succulent Trees

These beautiful blooms last for years!

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American Girl Vacations Sound Like Our Best Trip Idea Yet

You can go to NYC with Rebecca or Hawaii with Nanea!

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3 Family Road Trip Hacks Every Family Needs

“Life cannot be scripted, and things will not always go as planned but these 3 hacks will help you and your family prepare for an epically fun road trip.”

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Walmart’s “Deals for Days” Event Is Coming June 20-23

It will directly compete with Amazon and Target’s announced digital sales.

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How to Clear Out Toy Clutter without Igniting Tantrums

“This is not a super quick fix, but it works to stop the excess toy messes from accumulating and turning your home into an episode of Hoarders.”

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Target’s Deal Days Are Back & You Have an Extra 24 Hours to Save

For the first time, food and beverage items will be part of the sale!

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When Motherhood Isn’t a Fairytale

“Looking back now, I know I had a postpartum. But I didn’t realize it then. I just thought this is what motherhood is. None of the moms I knew talked about this stuff. And I felt ashamed that I was having these feelings.”

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Jason Derulo & Jena Frumes Welcome First Child

Baby arrived just before Mother’s Day.

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To the Mother of a Child with a Disability This Mother’s Day

“Some of you may have never even heard your child call you ‘Mom.’ But they know you are Mom.”

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10 Plants You Can Have Delivered for Mother’s Day

A plant will give the house some life, and there are options out there for everyone from a beginning gardener to a plant lady pro.

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Hang In There, Mama

“When you feel alone, even though the house is full, hang in there and look for the ways you need to fill up your cup. You are the only one who can do this.”

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Learning the Difference between Expectations & Reality

“I’ve learned that some friends will disappear, that family will be your best support system, and that you will have good days, and you will have very difficult days—many more than you want.”

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Failure to Thrive

“‘Failure to Thrive’ is a cruel diagnosis. It felt as much like a condemnation of my mothering as it was evident that something was wrong with my child.”

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Why I Love the Term Rainbow Baby

“It was in the months that followed that I learned of the term rainbow baby—a name given to a baby born shortly after the loss of a previous baby due to miscarriage, stillbirth, or death in infancy. This term is used because a rainbow typically follows a storm, giving us hope for what’s to come.”

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To the Mom Alone in the Dark, I’ll Sit with You

“​​​​​​​If you’re a parent of a special needs child, a new parent, or a lost parent and you find yourself in the dark literally or figuratively, know that I understand you.”

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The Darker Side of Motherhood

“I need breaks from my child sometimes. Not in the cute hiding in the bathroom eating a candy bar way, but in the crying into my pillow wishing I had more endurance and patience way.”

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Spring Forward: How to Survive the Time Change with Your Kids

The time change can be tricky with kids. Not to worry, we’ve got a bunch of easy-to-implement tricks to get everyone on schedule in a jiffy!

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I’m Not like Most 25-Year-Old Moms

No matter what your age, finding your mom tribe can be the difference between feeling all alone and saving your life.

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This Is Me Embracing Imperfection

“And you know what? I’m okay with it. The silver lining to the pandemic—I was finally able to find some calm, some peace. So this is the new me, with the weird side bun, no makeup, and a smile on my face.”

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