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When Strangers Get BOLD

I truly believe that most people mean well, I really do. Unfortunately, too many people speak before they think. Today, a stranger at the grocery store (grocery stores make people BOLD, y’all!) was talking with my sweet baby and telling me how beautiful she is (because she is, of course!). But then as we walked […]

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Learning to Say Yes

I often read articles encouraging moms to have the freedom to say ‘no.’ Many of us are spreading ourselves too thin. We feel the pressure to volunteer for everything, partake in as many of the kids’ activities as possible, and pack our weekends full of sports, parties and play-dates. I wholeheartedly agree that it’s okay […]

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Give Your Spouse Grace

I have been with my husband for close to 13 years, and there have been a few things I have learned. Recently in the chaos of parenthood and returning from vacation, we had a crazy moment of kids screaming, appliances malfunctioning and tired parents which resulted in me having my own “mommy breakdown” that we […]

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A Proven Positive Approach for Children who Need to See an Orthodontist

Disclosure :: this post is sponsored by Hollis Orthodontics. A Proven Positive Approach for Children who Need to See an Orthodontist The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that a child is evaluated at age 7 by an Orthodontist. An Orthodontist is a dentist who has specialized training in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics for at least […]

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