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Just Between Friends: Indianapolis Consignment Sale

(Disclosure: Indianapolis Moms Blog received product or payment in exchange for this review; however, all opinions shared are those of the contributor who wrote them.) Kids are hard on clothes. And shoes. And toys. And pretty much everything. Between staining, outgrowing, and losing things, it’s hard to keep our 22-month-old clothed and entertained without breaking […]

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Guide to Preschools in and Around Indianapolis

Finding the preschool that is just right for your family can be stressful and many times we are unsure where to even start!  That's why Indianapolis Moms Blog has compiled a list of some of the amazing schools in and around Indianapolis to help guide your search. Children's Learning Adventure Children’s Learning Adventure (CLA) offers [...]
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Raising an Introverted Child {in an Extroverted World}

Last summer, my sister-in-law graduated high school, and family and friends came from near and far to congratulate and celebrate with her. As the party’s festivities unfurled, my then 10-month-old, became more and more distraught. I spent the majority of the weekend playing one-on-one in a separate room with him. We visited with the masses, […]

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The 5 Hardest Parts of Having 3 Under 3

5. The loneliness. It’s hard to connect with other adults, even other moms.  It seems like everyone’s got their opinion, and no matter who you talk to, something about what you’ve done or are doing is wrong. So while one comment here and there might not seem like a big deal, comment-after-comment-after-suggestion-after-advice feels a little […]

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Mom-Life Crisis: Who Am I Without a Job?

Screw the ‘midlife’ crisis – I’m pretty damn sure that I entered the just-turned-30-who-even-am-I-anymore-crisis somewhere around the first of the year. Admittedly, I’ve suffered from some pretty severe anxiety and depression for a fair portion of my life, and I’ve definitely had a weird year – a new baby, a major medical issue, a big […]

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Anxiety of The After-School Playdate

I went to my first official school meeting this month in preparation for sending our soon-to-be 5-year-old off to Kindergarten in August. The introductory information meeting was for parents to start getting used to the basic surroundings, meet the principal, and get a feel for the process of sending their child off into the world. I was excited for the […]

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2016 Indianapolis Summer Bucket List

The sun is shining, flowers are blooming, and the grass is green. Indianapolis has so many exciting things waiting to be discovered this time of year, and we can’t wait to get started on our summer bucket list! Fun for Littles Get some energy out and hop around at Sky Zone. Both the Fishers and […]

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Celebrating Heroic Moms This Mother’s Day, Part II {Sponsored by Northwestern Mutual}

When you talk to Amy Adams, you can’t help but smile. She has one of those contagiously energetic and upbeat personalities and I could sense her positive disposition immediately, even through the phone. You’d never guess upon talking to her that Amy’s 11-year-old son Parker battles childhood cancer. This Mother’s Day, our friends at Northwestern Mutual, […]

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The Toddler Years: Time to Freak Out About Pre-School

So, like any crazy person, I consider any and all decisions in motherhood just a series of small crises. What should they eat? Organic? Are dyes bad? Rice cereal has arsenic now? And NO, donuts do not count as dinner (even though…they did). Co-sleep, cry-it-out, formula, breastmilk, baby-wearing, strollers, when to transition to a toddler […]

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Easter Baskets: 13 Affordable, Non-Candy Treats

If anyone else’s family is like mine, the kids are going to get plenty of candy in their Easter baskets without me contributing to the sugar-rush. Now, don’t get me wrong — I’m definitely including a few sugary treats in the baskets this year (the rainbow Twizzlers were too cute to pass up!), but I wanted some […]

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