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The Busy Mom’s Guide to Etiquette :: Judge Not Another’s Toddler Lest Ye Be Judged

I was listening to the radio, probably around this time last year, and the show was doing a segment that was sort of a Dear Abby round-table. Someone would call in with a problem, and callers would respond with solutions. One caller posed the question, “I love my friend, but I can’t stand it when […]

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A Plea for Boyhood and Rough Play

Boys will be boys. As simple as that might sound, it is utter truth. Boys and girls are not the same:  not physically, not psychologically, not even spiritually. The spirit of a little boy is a burning desire to touch, build, fix, destruct, fight, and love. My son is a co-sleeping snuggle bug that loves fiercely. […]

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The Lonely Side of Motherhood

Parenting can feel lonely. And it is almost amazing to me that a person can feel alone when they are actually surrounded by, at minimum, one extremely talkative toddler.  I took my four year old son to the gym the other day and was surrounded by at least 30 toddlers, but I felt desperate to connect. […]

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6 Tips for Styling Boys

As Easter approaches, I walk through the store and my eyes are instantly drawn to the beautiful, colorful section of adorable girls’ dresses. Then, if I blink, I miss the tiny section of boys’ clothes. The options for dress clothes are usually khaki pants, a few neutral dress shirts, a brown belt, and if you’re […]

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Easy Easter Crafts

In a playgroup with seven little ones under the age of one, it’s essential that any crafts we do are capable of being created one-handed. It’s a bonus if they are also cute, easy and cheap. This year’s Easter crafts ticked every box and are adorable enough to adorn the walls for years to come. […]

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