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Learning to Live After The Loss of A Baby

Learning to live… learning is described as, ‘Knowledge acquired through experience, study, or being taught.’ Unfortunately in the case of losing a baby our knowledge is gained through experience. Experiencing every mother’s worst nightmare. When it happened to me, it was not even in the realm of possibilities and utterly shattered my soul. My brain […]

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Mom of the Month: Jennifer Daniel

We are loving our Mom of the Month series! Do you know a special mom in our community who deserves some extra recognition? Fill out the form to nominate a mom you know here! Thank you to Whole Foods Market Oklahoma City for partnering with us to provide a special gift to our Mom of the […]

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10 Unicorns We’d Prefer Over a Frappuccino

It’s bright. It’s sparkly. It’s colorful. And, it’s all over your Facebook feed. I’m talking, of course, about the Unicorn Frappuccino from Starbucks. People are buzzing about this limited-time beverage. And rightfully so, considering it has 59 GRAMS of sugar. Shoot, I’d be spazzing the heck out too if I consumed 4 1/4 Klondike bars in […]

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To The Mamas Of Littles – It Gets Easier

I had all three of my children pretty much back-to-back-to-back.  Each time my husband and I found out we were expecting, we dreamily envisioned our little stair-step kiddos developing close knit friendships, and we were excited that our children would all be close in age. What I did not envision, however, was how tricky those early days of keeping up with a […]

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Having a Baby Boy Helped Me Trust Men Again

I had a rough introduction to the male side of the human race from the get go. A series of unfortunate events beginning around the age of 4 years old left me feeling vulnerable and broken. Instance after instance of negative, harsh, and even abusive treatment, some minor and some serious, slowly built a worldview […]

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