Month: August 2018

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Book Review: Girl, Wash Your Face

*affiliate links* Girl Wash Your Face Over this last week my husband and I took a much-needed vacation without kiddos. Besides the fact that I was absolutely anxious over the whole thing, it was a good trip, and it was much needed. I took the chance on several plane flights to and from to read. […]

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Recipe: Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

Looking for a family friendly dessert recipe that the kiddos will love? You can stop looking.  This recipe was passed along to our family from a friend and my husband (who can’t cook anything without putting his own twist on it) has doctored it up over the years and made it less traditional and more […]

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Parenting

Perhaps She is Too Old: My Daughter Will Still Ride in the Stroller

My 2.5-year-old daughter is incredibly independent. She is incredibly smart, but she is speech delayed. She understands you but most likely will not reply. My 2.5-year-old daughter can walk, but most often when allowed to do so she runs. She runs for the hills, she wants you to chase her, she runs into the street, […]

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The Power of Self Care: Why Self Care is Not Selfish

I cannot say that I ever really heard “self-care” until I was pregnant and then a mom. The term self-care is thrown around a lot for moms and I did not understand the Power of Self Care until I became a mother. As a mother we spend just about every waking moment on our family. […]

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Pregnancy

18 Dos and Don’ts for a Safe and Healthy Pregnancy

It is so important while pregnant to take care of yourself. There are so many things you should do and so many you should not. There are also so many chances of judgment being passed on you for what you do or don’t while pregnant because everyone has their own expectations. Everyone has their own […]

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Parenting

18 Age Appropriate Chores for 2 and 3 Year Olds

Chores can actually be a harsh word and so many people have opinions about them. I personally feel like kids can be kids but still be productive parts of the household. The expectation of chores and helping out does not seem out of the realm of reasonable. Kids that learn how to help out in […]

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How to Raise Strong, Moral, Respectful Children without Religion

There is a long-standing belief that morals are tied to religion in some manner or another. However, I believe that it is possible, and truly most people do, teach their kids morals and values, and religion is not a part of it. You do not have to be religious to be a good, moral, and […]

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Breastfeeding: 6 Must Have Products

Breastfeeding can be both one of the most wonderful and hardest experiences of your life. There’s no understanding the experience, truly, until you go through it. There’s no predicting how easy or hard it’ll come. There’s no predicting the complications that could arise, but there is being educated and aware. Breastfeeding, though we think should […]

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