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The Power of Motherhood: We Will Rise Above Silence

Power. Either Spider-Man or Voltaire (casual 18th Century French philosopher reference) said, “With great power comes great responsibility.” (And, actually, it wasn’t Spider-Man, it was Uncle Ben).  Unfortunately, being powerful and popular can be two different things. The act of being powerful can be unsettling and scary: we’re just not used to it. As moms, […]

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How Stories of Diversity Shape Me as a Mom

I, like the majority of the world, had no idea about the lives of Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughn, Mary Jackson, and the other “colored computers” of NASA. It is one of many American stories of diversity that have been lost along the way. The recently released film about the above mentioned women, “Hidden Figures”, couldn’t […]

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What Do I Tell My Daughters?

I have two daughters, age thirteen and seventeen. All of their school careers, they have been attending private schools that had strict uniform codes. Lately, my thirteen year old has been having some issues when they are allowed to have out of uniform days in the now warm weather. They are required to have shorts […]

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Celebrating International Women’s Day

(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.) International Women’s Day is way to honor the milestones and hardworking women in your life and around the world. On March 8th, we celebrate International Women’s Day across the country. […]

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