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My Kids are Spoiled Brats!

My children are spoiled brats. And it’s not their fault And before you start mom-shaming me, let me explain… I, like so many others, dove head-first into this parenting thing with having absolutely zero knowledge of what I was REALLY getting myself into. I’m just winging it.  I have learned a lot in my eight […]

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How a Trip to the Ocean Changed My Motherhood Perspective

Did you know there’s a big difference between fears and phobias? According to The Huffington Post, fear is an “emotional response to a real or perceived threat.” And as such, fears are common. Even normal. Phobias, however, have one key difference—the anxiety experienced is “so strong that it interferes with quality of life and/or ability […]

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5 Signs You Might Be An Old Fashioned Mom

5 Signs You Might Be An Old Fashioned Mom

Motherhood has taught me a lot in just a short year. Love. Patience. How to share my food. You get the picture.  Getting through the first year of parenthood is an accomplishment and a miracle all in one.  Reflecting back, I slowly see the mom I am becoming. What my tendencies are. How I manage […]

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