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The Diva Cup Chronicles

Unless you have only just joined the realms of the Internet this past week, you’ve probably heard of the Diva Cup by now. It’s a replacement for your average tampon or pad during your period. The Diva Cup is special because it’s reusable, good for the environment, great for your down-under because you’re not inserting […]

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The Thing about a Strong Willed Daughter

My daughter has a stronger will than me. That’s saying something, really. She knows who she is, what she likes and what she wants. She also knows that she will not do anything she is not ready to do. We were recently reminded that she also will not take crap from anyone.  The First Email […]

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Things Moms Do Not Want to Wake Up To

Mornings are hard anyway, but as a new family of six (!), routines are being altered as we adjust to having doubled our household size. But over the last month, there have been several (unwanted) morning “surprises” around the house. And not all of them have been good ones. In no particular order, I present […]

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Potty Training According to George Michael

Potty Training According to George Michael

In tribute to the 80s/90s icon who provided the soundtrack for many of us. Keep the FAITH, fellow potty training mamas! To the tune of “Faith” by the late George Michael Well I guess it would be nice If you would just go potty But I know not everybody Wants to potty on the loo.  […]

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Tips and Tools of a Busy Mom

I am a busy mom.  The mom job description evidently always starts with “ability to multi-task required.” There is not a mom on the planet who doesn’t feel overwhelmed and overworked, regardless of the number of kids you have or whether you work in or out of the home.  I should know — I have […]

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The Year-End Review of a SAHM

My husband just had his year-end review at work. This is a scenario that is entirely foreign to me — in most of the jobs I’ve had, professional or otherwise, formal sit-downs with supervisors to discuss job performance, expectations and compensation were rare. These were concepts that were more likely to be communicated through passive-aggressive […]

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