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A Parent’s Guide to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in OKC

Over the last days and weeks, we have been inundated with the news about COVID-19 (Coronavirus). After the events of the Thunder-Jazz game on March 11th, the reaction in the Oklahoma City area intensified.  As parents, it is important for us to arm ourselves with the very best information possible so we may protect ourselves, […]

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#MooreStrong

Community. What pictures come to mind when you read that word? Neighborhood block parties? Sunday afternoon luncheons? Perhaps you’re thinking about your Mom-group. Allow me to brag on the community I’ve had the honor of calling my own. This community has been wiped out by tornadoes and endured tragedy after tragedy. This community has also […]

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My Road to Motherhood Was Long, But So Worth It

“Should you start putting a towel or something underneath the sheets in case your water breaks while in bed?” my husband nervously asked. (Insert big eye role from an overly pregnant me.) “No,” I simply stated. “I’ve read that the chances of your water just spontaneously breaking are actually really small. Only in the movies […]

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What I Love Best About Oklahoma Seasons

  Infamous tornadoes, blistering summers and ice storms that rival Elsa’s. What good things could anyone say about Oklahoma weather? Well, as an Okie transplant that’s lived in many states and traveled to many more, I happen to love the seasons here…within reason. I love the progression each year brings and the unique gifts proffered […]

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A Mama’s Farewell Letter to Oklahoma

Dear Oklahoma, I moved here seventeen years ago when I was a teenager. Eighteen years old to be exact. I had a lot of dreams and hopes for my future as I entered college, but I knew no one here. I had no friends and no family in this state, and that strangely appealed to […]

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