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I Will Survive the Tween Years and My Daughter Will Too | Duluth Moms Blog

I Will Survive the Tween Years and My Daughter Will Too

The Tween Years. The ages between 8-12, where they are not quite a teenager but not a child either. Care.com suggests it can be a wildly exciting and tumultuous time for us parents and our child.  Wildly exciting might be an understatement – somedays I’m not sure who this person living with me is because it’s certainly not […]

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5 Things to Think about When Finding a Medical Team

Putting together a medical team when you have a child is difficult whether you have to manage extra medical needs or not. Sometimes, depending upon where you are, choices are limited. Finding a primary care doctor for some is easy. Griffin started doctoring with my family practice doctor who had been my primary care doctor […]

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{Sponsored Post} Toddler Learning with Many Rivers Montessori

A big thank you to Many Rivers Montessori for working with Duluth Moms Blog to bring you this great post.Finding quality education and care for our earliest of learners–our weren’t-they-just-my-tiny-baby toddlers–is a surprisingly challenging and lengthy process, especially here in the Northland. Duluth and its surrounding areas offer several amazing preschool opportunities for three and […]

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{Sponsored Post} Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow: Banish Head Lice with The Lice Lounge

Thank you to our friends at The Lice Lounge for sponsoring this post.It happened. Just last week. My preschool-aged daughter came home with a backpack full of glitter crafts, summer soccer sign ups, and the thing every mother dreads the most: a letter from the school nurse warning parents that cases of head lice had […]

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Hovering While Mothering

Parenthood. It happens. Mommyhood… The dynamic changes. We go from stroller toting, diaper bag carrying, car seat installing, sippy cup schlepping mamas to insurance paying, car loaning, FAFSA filling-out, money lending, wine drinking mothers. (OK, I’ve always been a wine drinking mama…) We start out with these little bitty humans that rely on us for […]

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