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The Best Lessons I Learned About Being a Mom, I Learned From My Dad

Photo: Ivelisse Photography
It’s month 8 of my 1st pregnancy and sh*t is hitting the fan. Let’s imagine it’s that baby green kind that we can all relate to. I’m 3,000 miles away from my family and completely unsure of…

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Raising a Child with Autism Can Be Lonely but It Doesn’t Have to Be

“The best way for your friends and family to support you as a parent raising a child with autism is to tell them. Tell them about your child. Tell them about your struggles, your child’s struggles, strengths, passions, victories, and all the things.”

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Did 2020 Really Defeat Us?

“I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve felt like giving up many times this past year.”

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10 Tips for Moms (Yes Moms!) Going Back to School

Going back to school as an adult can be scary but rewarding. These tips will help you get ready for your first day and help prepare you for success.

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11 Ways to Promote Sibling Bonding

Nurturing sibling relationships is a gift you can give your children and one that they’ll take with them their entire lives.

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Dad’s Viral Photo Highlights How Often Men Are Forgotten as Fathers

This dad’s viral photo proves businesses and public facilities need to step up to the plate —er, changing table—when it comes to supporting fathers.

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5 Ways to Support a Family Whose Child is on Hospice at the Holidays

A couple weeks ago, a colleague asked me a personal question. Her friend had heard the worst words that a parent ever will hear…that her son had only weeks to live after his cancer returned, and would need to be…

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5 Tips to End Your Parenting Juggle Struggle

Photo: Pink Pig Illustration
Many parents, especially women spend the majority of their day at the office putting out fires and completing projects and their evenings doing the same at home. Other women are solely career or family focused. Either…

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Making New (School) Year Resolutions

Photo: Kelli Matthews
New jeans, fresh kicks, a cool backpack, perfectly sharpened pencils and beautifully organized binders. Forget January 1, for me, the start of the school year is the perfect time to set new resolutions. Fall presents itself as a blank…

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