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I Am a #MeToo Mom

I Am a #MeToo Mom

  If you’ve opened your social media feed in the past few days, you’ve surely seen the flood of “Me Too” posts.  The original post read something like this: #MeToo If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote “Me too” as a status, we might give people a sense of the […]

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My Addiction to This Is Us

My Addiction to This is Us

I don’t watch a lot of TV. I do my best to not have my girls watch any unless it’s the weekend. That being said, on Tuesdays recently, we’ve found a little addiction that my husband and I are sharing. The TV show This is Us. Tuesday night, we were sitting in separate chairs but […]

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My Kid is Not Stupid

My Kid is Not Stupid

  Fair warning that this blog post might be half rant and half helpful. I’d also LOVE your comments and opinions on the matter as we all know there is no go-to manual for these situations, especially with child #1. In August, we made the decision to leave a Montessori school that our daughter had […]

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A Celebration of Generations

A Celebration of Generations

Last Sunday’s Grandparents Day celebrations began me thinking of my daughter’s relationships with my parents and my relationship with my grandparents.  My Grandparents My grandfather is the inspiration for my company, my lifestyle, and the way that I treat others. He was dedicated, loyal, honest, and an optimist. I had no idea the depth of […]

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Back-to-School Blues

Back-to-School Blues

It’s 7:06 a.m. and the house is quiet. I have 9 hours until the bus returns to drop her back off. As often as I have pleaded for quiet in this house, now I just look around with a sense of sadness and a feeling similar to a pair of solar eclipse glasses: obsolete. There […]

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What I Told my Daughter About Charlottesville

What I Told My Daughter About Charlottesville

My daughter was eating breakfast, and I had the news on. They were reporting on the aftermath that happened in Charlottesville, and experts were commenting. The words hate, discrimination, racist, evil, and people kept swirling around our living room. As an adult, I was filtering out the opinions, listening to the facts, and sending prayer. […]

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The Divorce That Saved My Marriage

The Divorce That Saved My Marriage

I was done. I quit. I believe the exact terminology used was, “We’re done! There’s nothing you can do. I’m divorcing you. Your daughter is living with me, and you can come see her, but I’m not going to put up with this any longer. I deserve a heck of a lot better than this. […]

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Don't Forget Your Fur Babies

Don’t Forget About Your Fur Babies

Having kids is one of life’s greatest miracles and blessings. It brings with it a whole new lifestyle and responsibilities that often take over most of our days and even nights. This can leave our fur babies feeling less than important and could lead to torn up shoes, couches, unexpected and unwanted surprises left indoors, […]

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Father's Day for the Father-To-Be

Father’s Day for the Father-To-Be

I recently wished a friend of ours who is expecting a “Happy Mother’s Day.” She responded with a confused look and stated, “I am not a mom yet.” This conversation was then taken up with the owner of Richmond Moms Blog, Christina Tinker (@tinkertalks): When do you become a parent? Is it when you get […]

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