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How to Be a Mom and a Friend

How to Be a Mom and a Friend

Moms Often Make Terrible Friends Moms get so used to putting their family’s needs ahead of their own that often when it comes to relationships outside of their immediate circle, they forget that there are other people who are depending on them as a friend. You know what I am talking about. There is drama […]

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My Best Friend said, "Don't barf."

Don’t Barf

I was so nervous about my first date with my now husband that I was practically sick to my stomach all day.  We were supposed to have dinner, but I knew there was no way I could eat anything, and I didn’t want to be That Girl who goes out to dinner and doesn’t eat […]

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The Reality of Being a Young Mom

The Reality of Being a Young Mom

It’s a Saturday night, and most of my other 21-year-old friends are heading out for the evening. Meanwhile, back at my house, my 2-year-old just tore her dirty diaper off in a fit of defiance and is running around the house naked. I try not to laugh as I put her in timeout and clean […]

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tribe by tribe

Tribe by Tribe, I’m Building My Village

For a few months now, I’ve reflected on who my ‘tribe’ really is. Because I’ve heard this word used SO much, I had started thinking I had to have a core group of lifelong best friends. But, I’m releasing the pressure, my friends. There’s no way that one small tribe can replace the village that is […]

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She with always a word, he with always a listen.

My Husband is Not My Role Model

You know when people say they married their best friend? That’s so sweet. I love those stories. But I didn’t. I have several “best friend” titles awarded to some really wonderful women in my life. I really look up to these women and know I can count on them for perspective, wisdom, venting, and laughing. […]

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