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9 Simple Ways to Make the World More Beautiful | Duluth Moms Blog

9 Simple Ways to Make the World More Beautiful

There’s no pretty way of saying it: the news is straight up horrific these days. It shouts of heartbreak and brokenness and terror and bullies of every age. I couldn’t count on my set of hands how many times people have said to me, “I’m just so sad this is the world I’m bringing up […]

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7 Reasons to Fall for Bayfield + Apple Festival

There are few places in this world that I love more than Bayfield, Wisconsin. It is chalked full of nostalgia for me — 27 years of it to be exact. 27 years with only a few years missed. Growing up my family went the weekend before their biggest celebration of the year come sun, rain, […]

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Tales from a birthing center | Duluth Moms Blog

Tales From the Birthing Center: A Birth Story

We are delighted to partner with St. Luke’s to bring you a sponsored post series that highlights the birthing process from different perspectives.For the final post in our Tales from the Birthing Center series, sponsored by St. Luke’s, we decided to skip the interview with mom, Anna, and let her share her birth story in […]

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Where You Invest Your Love: Valentine’s Tea

Truthfully, I had every intention to write about streamers and recipes and throwing the perfect Valentine’s party. And maybe another day I will. But for today, life feels all too fleeting. And my heart is stirring with this line from Mumford and Sons as I plan our fifth annual mother-daughter Valentine’s tea: “where you invest […]

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Glensheen Mansion: A Mama’s Review

We’re thrilled to have partnered with the Glensheen Mansion for this review. This is truly one of our favorite local spots and we highly recommend heading out for a fun family day soon! Glensheen Mansion is a historic part of our city. We drive by it daily on our commute to preschool and some of […]

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Standing with Aleppo this Christmas

I decided I cannot turn my head away. Because the killing doesn’t stop. The pain doesn’t cease fire. The hunger doesn’t flee when I refuse to look. When I flip the channel because the headlines makes me uncomfortable or stop reading the article because it is too deep in the trenches of pain for this […]

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