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Mommy Blogger April B. – Always Keep It Classy
Ohhhhhhhh social media. Much like my creaky knees, it's one of the many things that reminds me of my age. Every time I log on, I am horrified by at least one thing posted by at least one twenty-something. My tolerance for certain behaviors just keep shrinking.
Mommy Blogger April B- Seeing Beyond the Frustration
Sigh. I think the hardest thing about being a parent is there's no darn crystal ball. There's no instruction manual. There's no FAQ's. No help desk. No troubleshooting matrix. Nothing. We can Google and read books and ask for advice... but at the end of the day, it all comes down…
Mommy Blogger Jess C. – The Best Mom
Mother’s Day is upon us and what an awesome day for any mother out there.  We are honored and should be if you ask me.  But, the question I have is,  where did you learn to be a Mom?  How did you learn the necessary skills to not kill your child?  How did we …
Mommy Blogger Christy K – When Your Plans Go Out the Window
I am a planner.  I love to know exactly when things are going to happen, how they are going to happen, and who is responsible for ensuring that everything goes off without a hitch.  In parenthood, unfortunately, our plans often don’t mirror the picture-perfect scenario that…
Mommy Blogger Robyn – Teach Your Parents Well
I am quite fond of the phrase "Never stop learning." I hope people always take whatever opportunity that becomes available to expand their horizons, meet new people, or explore new surroundings. Learning is essential to survival; but, I never considered the fact that my child could…
Mommmy Blogger April B. – The 30 Something Me
I'm feeling a bit like a curmudgeon, of late. I think it's that spring has come crashing through like a tilt-a-whirl flinging me from corner to corner of my proverbial seat in life. And I'm someone who gets motion sickness very easily, mind you. Like, sick from a bouncy house sick. I once got sick s…
Mommy Blogger Robyn L. – Modesty is the Best Policy
Shopping for clothes is my least favorite chore. I know there are some people who consider shopping one of the great American pastimes. And there was a time in my life when I enjoyed browsing for hours and searching for a bargain. All of that stopped when I became a mom.

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