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"Love" and "Like" aren't always made equal.

I Like My Toddler Better When I Have My Own Space

Don’t get me wrong. I love my son. I love him more than life itself, and I would bend over backwards and bend time itself to make sure he has everything he could ever want or need. With that being said, there are the moments when the tantrums reach that certain decibel, the toys scatter […]

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I Don’t Always Like My Toddler

I’m sure we’ve all heard it from someone, or read it somewhere, but my current life motto is this: having a toddler is hard. In all honestly, they’re kinda jerks. Of course, infancy is spent mostly in an exhausted fog, so everything is amplified and seems unbearably overwhelming at times, but until my son became […]

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Our Hearing Journey: Hearts for Hearing {Sponsored Post}

Disclaimer:  This is a sponsored post for Hearts for Hearing written by Amanda Watson, who has had personal experience with this non-profit in Oklahoma City. We hope you are encouraged by her story. Everything was ready. The bags were packed, the nursery perfect, and the car seat installed. Our first little one was going to […]

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Talking to Children About Sex: 10 Things All Parents Should Do

Say it loud, say it proud — Penis! Vagina! Masturbation! Piece of cake, right? Now say that in front of your kid… Believe it or not, talking about sex with our children is easy; at least when compared to talking to our children about healthy and safe relationships. I recently attended an event hosted by YES […]

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