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5 Practical Self Care Actions for Every Mom

5 Practical Self Care Actions for Every Mom

When you become a mother, gears are shifted, and everything becomes about your child. It’s pretty much inevitable that your days will become focused on feeding, bathing, nurturing, supervising, and managing your child’s health and well-being. It’s a natural shift, and you’re doing the right thing. But often times, moms are left feeling like a tiny […]

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The Second Time Mom's Hospital Bag

The Second Time Mom’s Hospital Bag

I’ve mentioned that I’m not as prepared for Baby No. 2 (coming early July!) as I was for our daughter. But one thing that is for sure going to be better prepared this time around is my hospital bag. Here’s what’s making the cut for our second trip to the hospital: For Labor & Delivery […]

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I Had a Nervous Breakdown Over Laundry

I Had a Nervous Breakdown Over Laundry

As mothers, we all have our thing that we absolutely hate doing, right? For some, it might be cooking, or vacuuming, or emptying the dishwasher, or doing a craft, or scheduling doctor’s appointments. For me, it is folding and putting away laundry. I know, conceptually, that I can fold an entire basket of clothes during an […]

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Guide to Free RVA Summer Fun: August

Here at Richmond Moms Blog, we're working hard to bring you FREE summer fun activities here in the RVA. For the month of August, here are some fun activities the whole family can enjoy. Have something you'd like to add? Email [email protected] or add it to our calendar. Wednesday, August 2nd Henrico Teen Theater Company: Simply [...]
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Confessions of a Formula Feeding Mom

Confessions of a Formula Feeding Mom

With my first born, breastfeeding came naturally to me. I am the sort of person to usually go with the flow. (Ha!) I took in stride the growing pains of feeding a newborn. Formula feeding wasn’t even on my radar. What I wasn’t prepared for were the all night feeds my son trained me into […]

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Guide to Free RVA Summer Fun: July

Here at Richmond Moms Blog, we're working hard to bring you FREE summer fun activities here in the RVA. For the month of July, here are some fun activities the whole family can enjoy. Have something you'd like to add? Email [email protected] or add it to our calendar. Saturday, July 1st Saturday LIVE at Meadow Farm Museum. [...]
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Felt Ball Ponytail Holders

{DIY} Felt Ball Ponytail Holders

Hi, Richmond Moms! My name is Linda with burlap+blue where I share crafts, free printables and more for women. I have the sweetest tutorial to share with you all today. These felt ball ponytail holders are simple and so, so adorable (as is my little model, obviously). I created them with three different colors of […]

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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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