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Underground Mom

Sometimes mom needs to go underground to thrive above ground.  I did this, literally, in a secret underground river, ten miles into the Mayan jungle from Playa del Carmen in Mexico.   Life gets stressful as a mom.  Some of us do it alone.  Others have amazing partners (maybe some wish their parenting partners did more).  You might have […]

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Want to Put Your Mothering Skills to the Test? Send Your Kids to Summer Camp!

  You think you’ve taught your kids how to perform basic daily tasks? To that, I say, ha! When our oldest two left for camp, we were in the throes of labeling, packing, and ensuring that the youngest of the two can wipe himself, brush his hair, and keep track of his toothpaste. All those […]

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Hey Lifeguard! Don’t Worry, I am Watching My Kid, Too. A Rebuttal…

Recently, there was a post written by a mom that has been circulating social media, meant to be a tongue-in-cheek letter to lifeguards, stating that now that her kids were at least 8-years-old and could swim, she was off duty. And she made sure to say that those lifeguards better be on point. It was sent to […]

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How to Keep your Kid’s ‘Toons, Cut the Cable Bill, and Quit the Hassle

This post is part of a sponsored relationship with BillBusters, however we would not partner with a business we did not feel brought value to our readers.A typical day in my life, as a mother of three children, all under 5YO BTW, goes as follows: Wake up (still tired from the day before), make breakfast […]

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Adventure Awaits! {+ Register for a SNEAK PEEK!}

This post is part of a sponsored relationship with Children’s Learning Adventure. We only recommend businesses that we believe bring value to our readers. I’ve been driving by the new Children’s Learning Adventure for nearly a year. I watched from the day they poured the concrete to the day they opened, and my kids have […]

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