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6 Aha Moments from My Mom’s Day Out

***Disclosure: Blog post contains affiliate links*** Aha #Momlife Moments No matter how much you love your kid or kids, sometimes moms just need a day out. An entire day to refresh and have some quality time with yourself, because after all, you can’t pour from an empty cup. A few months ago, I left our little man at […]

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I’m Not Speaking To My 2-Year-Old

When I was growing up, my mother drove home the age-old adage “if you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all.” Day in, and day out, she found a way to sneak it into our conversation. I, of course, didn’t listen and chose to run my mouth anyway. My mother was a saint. Despite […]

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5 Free Things to do with a Toddler in Sarasota

Sarasota is one of the most family friendly cities in the Central Florida area. There is such a large amount of activities to do with your babies, toddlers, even older kids as well. Sarasota offers a wide range of family friendly events, museums, parks, beaches and much more. There are a few attractions in the area […]

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Can you tell who was breastfed and who was formula fed?

Breast Is Best…Until It’s Not.

Breast Is Best…Until It’s Not. If you are a mom (and there is a good chance you are if you have found yourself on this site) you have probably realized that there are many hot button topics associated with parenting. Everything from how you position your child’s car seat, to whether or not you allow […]

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Transform Furniture with DIY Chalk Paint

If you’ve ever been in my house, you might notice that I have a little hobby of painting furniture. And if you look closely, you might think that it’s bordering on an obsession. I can’t help it! I really love color, and one of the ways I like to add color in my house is […]

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Raising a Nut-Free Kid

As a mother, there are lots of things to fear.  Broken limbs, childhood illness, too many what-ifs to mention. But the most stressful day of my life was when we discovered my son had a food allergy. As parents, we dread those beginning stages of introducing foods to our children. Waiting with bated breath to […]

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New to Town and Alone

Just me and you. Do you remember that first moment when you realized that it would just be you and your tiny human at home all day long?  I remember. We were new in town. My husband packed up and headed out the door. There I was with my three-week-old daughter, Molina. The only women […]

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