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We Aren’t Supposed to Talk About This

A fellow blogger recently posted a meme: “Whatever you’re most scared to write about…write that.” I saw that and thought, wow, how appropriate: It reinforced I should proceed with what I had been thinking about writing about for such a long time, but delayed because the topic involves something unsettling, and something we aren’t really […]

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Why There’s No Definitive Book on Parenting (Despite All These Articles)

If you type “book on parenting” into Google or Amazon, you’ll find a wealth of books are available for your immediate purchase. Don’t have time to wait on Prime shipping? Type “mom blog” into your Google search bar, and see if anything pops up. You’ll see, of course, that there is no shortage of content […]

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Year One of Parenting: Lessons Learned

The other morning, I was drinking coffee and watching my 15 month-old son play while babbling to himself. It was one of those sweet moments where he wasn’t screaming for our TV remote and he hadn’t pooped his pants. I actually sighed happily. Then it hit me – I have a toddler. Where did my […]

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My Son is 1 in 110: Congential Heart Defect Awareness Week

February 7th-14th is Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week. 1 in 110 babies are born with a heart defect and I didn’t realize this until my son was that 1. According to The American Academy of Pediatrics, there are over 40,000 babies born each year with a CHD, and it is the leading cause of death […]

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