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Two Vlogs for Daily, Energetic, Wholesome Family Fun

For quite a bit of this year I’ve been following The Gardner Quad Squad and This is How We Bingham on Youtube. These two vlogging families have quite a bit of overlap in their viewers because they personally know each other, show up in each others vlogs, and promote each others vlogs to their own community of followers.

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Pregnancy

Am I Done Having Kids?

This is a question that’s been on my mind ever since my second child, my son Jacob, was born six months ago. I grew up in a large family, I have five siblings, my mother has five siblings. I have cousins and more cousins, busting from the seams. I loved it, most of the time. I always thought I wanted four kids of my own. Not as big as my parents had but not too small either. I thought it would be perfect.

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Parenting

5 Differences between Baby #1 and Baby #2

Having a second baby may not necessarily mean you’re a “new mom” but considering that every baby is different, the learning curve continues and there will be new challenges for each child no matter how many you have.

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Religion

My Belief: Christianity and the Bible

I am and always have been a firm believer in the separation of church and state. I agree that God should be taken out of all secular/governmental oaths, offices, money, the pledge, etc. I do think that this separation is hard for some people though because their stance on moral issues comes from their religion.

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Family Traditions
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Positivity

My First Year As A Mother

I have been a mother for 14 months. I have an absolutely beautiful and smart little girl. This past year has flown by. There have been good days and bad. There has been utter exhaustion and complete joy. I have to admit right off that bat that becoming a mother is the greatest accomplishment I’ve ever had.

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Feminist Misconceptions
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How to Challenge Feminist Misconceptions

Feminism. It has such a negative connotation but many, like myself, consider themselves to be proud feminists. We consider those that say things like, “I’m not a feminist because I believe in equality” as simply ignorant of what feminism truly is. Perhaps though, what is ignorant, is believing that the few represent all. A lot […]

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Introduction to Sarah

  I have never considered myself as anyone unique or different. I grew up in a middle class family (if you truly consider it that, the line between lower class and middle class is awfully blurred). I am the second to youngest of six kids. I am very privileged by any stretch of the imagination. […]

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