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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} Taking Fitness One Step at a Time with Moms on the Run

A big thanks to Duluth Moms on the Run for working with us to bring you this post.I like to take walks. My daughters are 2 and 5, and when the oldest is in preschool for the mornings, I often break out the stroller and my headphones and walk with the little one around the […]

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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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{Sponsored Post} FIT4MOM Classes: A Foolproof Way to Make Friends and Keep Fit

Thank you to FIT4MOM for inviting Duluth Moms Blog to check out their Stroller Strides Classes! They provided the opportunity, but all opinions are our own.  I am the quintessential bandwagon slacker when it comes to working out. I join in on something, enjoy it for a while, and then fizzle out. It happens to the […]

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Listen to Your Body: Pelvic Floor Therapy | Duluth Moms Blog

Listen to Your Body: Pelvic Floor Therapy

We have partnered with St. Luke’s to bring you this informative post on Pelvic Floor Therapy. While this post is sponsored, all experiences and opinions are 100% our own.I met my husband during graduate school. We got married, started our careers, and I got my doctorate in physical therapy. In 2011, we decided we were ready for […]

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Success in Labor Defeat

When planning for my second child’s birth, I realized much of the information I collected surrounding VBACS was incomplete. Based on a combination of conversations with my OB, details of real people I know who succeeded, and some (potentially naïve) optimism, I was motivated to attempt a VBAC and avoid surgical methods. Despite being nearly […]

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