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Heart of CMB: Infertility and Parental Hope

What is the goal of Parental Hope? Parental Hope is a Cincinnati-based non-profit that is operated by volunteers who have been personally impacted by infertility.  Parental Hope’s mission is to help couples battling infertility by raising awareness and helping to alleviate the emotional and financial burden of infertility as follows:    Raising awareness. Infertility impacts […]

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Life’s Not Always Fair… But Sometimes it Should Be!

  They say that “art imitates life.” I have often thought about a scene from the 2004 classic “Mean Girls.”  The character Regina George was the quintessential “cool girl.” She was also a snob, controlling, narcissistic, and self-centered. And the movie never actually explains why that is, but we get a slight insight into her origin when we visit […]

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Let’s Get Hiking with Great Parks of Hamilton County!

This post is part of a sponsored partnership with Great Parks of Hamilton County, however we would not partner with an organization we did not feel brought value to our readers. The Cincinnati Moms Blog team enjoys the Great Parks and loves sharing helpful ideas with our outdoor-loving readers. One of my favorite things to […]

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Why I Wished I Had a Doula at My Birth and After

I am part of two clubs that pregnant and new mothers don’t ever wish to join: the long-first-labor club and the postpartum depression club. My husband and I did 54 hours of labor, mostly alone. Afterward, I developed postpartum depression, which was also very isolating. During those challenging days and then subsequent challenging months, I know […]

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Is My Kid Being Too Honest With Me?

We all know that kids have the tendency to speak their minds unfiltered. We call it that “childlike innocence.” However, when does it cross the line from honest observation into meanness?   Most of the things we hear children “observe” is because they are learning that others look different from themselves or from their own […]

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