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I Choose My Son Over My Mother

They say it takes a village to raise a child, but what happens when those you love the most aren’t there for you? What happens when those you love choose addiction over their own grandchild? How is it possible that those you love are a phone call and a whopping thirty minute drive away, yet […]

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On Miss America and The Swimsuit Competition :: From a Mom and Former Pageant Queen

Miss America recently found a way to get everyone talking about them. If you missed it, the director announced in an interview that they will be removing the swimsuit portion altogether from their pageant, among other changes, and now it will be more of a “competition” rather than a pageant. As you may imagine, the […]

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The Extras When You’re a Preemie Mom

I’ve been a preemie mom for over 6 years now. As with any aspect of motherhood, it’s something that lasts your whole life. Things don’t just go back to “normal” once your baby comes home from the hospital. You live a new normal that includes a lot of “extras” that I didn’t experience with my […]

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