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Unique Mother’s Day Gift (featuring Incredibundles)

I always love sharing my awesome finds with you guys because they are just too good to be kept a secret! So when I was asked to try out the gift service called Incredibundles I knew I had to share our experience with you. Now let me just start out by saying I WISH I had known about this when I was pregnant! It would have been a great option for my baby shower, first Mother’s Day, or even Christmas.…

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Lifestyle, Mommy & Me, Motherhood

An easy mealtime option for Toddlers

Who uses pouches for their kids?? We swear by them for our home, travel, on-the-go, and daycare! They are so convenient, and most of them provide a fruit & veggie option. It’s a great way to get those essential nutrients into your kiddos, without the added stress of watching your toddler throw his/her broccoli on the floor. I find them to be such a help when I’m running around the grocery store just before dinner. It’s one of the only…

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Food, Lifestyle, Motherhood

6 ways moms can reset themselves.

Yesterday I read an article about the many ways husbands can reset their wives. It was such a great article I saved it to send to Tyler ;). But this week he’s been in another state at a work conference and this mom needed to be RESET! So I had to get creative in order to keep myself from losing my sanity. I realized the list I came up was filled with little things I could do everyday for myself,…

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Motherhood

Why we all need some online mom friends

I have four amazing online mom friends who I speak to almost everyday. Getting down to that small group of women is a long story, so I’ll try to keep it short and sweet. When I was pregnant with A I used the babycenter app. I frequently visited their forums and even asked a few questions. Eventually a Facebook group was started, and thus began my adventure into finding mom friends online. Much like online dating this experience was…eventful. The…

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Motherhood

My motherhood is different than yours, and that’s an asset.

    If you spend any time on social media you will see countless articles explaining the different types of mom shaming. I think we all remember how much of an uproar the internet was over Hilary Duff kissing her son on the lips. If you talk to a mom friend I’m sure she can give you an example of a time she was judged for a decision she made. Women are passionate human beings, and you throw a kid…

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