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Declarations of a Working Mom Who is Hanging by A Thread

Hey there drive thru lady with the three car seats in the back and a pile of heels in the passenger seat. I see you rolling to work with that look on your face. I’ll be patient while you dig through your diaper-brief case for the last of your coffee money. Your days are long, deadlines are looming, your papers are piled high and so are […]

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How I met your Father | Duluth Moms Blog

How I Met Your Father

Dear Morgan and Benjamin, The day I met your father was a winter day in March. We were both taking a class at Lake Superior College when the campus held classes up at the Marshall School.  The class was Interpersonal Communication, and Boyd Dallas was the teacher.  I was sitting at my desk, waiting for the class to […]

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Ten Things I Miss About Life Before Kids | Duluth Moms Blog

Ten Things I Miss About Life Before Kids

Let’s not pretend like you don’t miss things. We love our kids and wouldn’t trade them for anything, but sometimes our minds linger on days past, when things were a bit easier and maybe a bit quieter too. Lose yourself in reverie with me for just a moment, and recall what it was like to […]

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When the World Forgets, I Will Remember

February 16th. It is the hardest day of the year. Every year. It is my son’s birthday. On this day, we celebrate my son’s short life. We pick out balloons and send them to heaven. We get a dessert, light a candle and wish Braden the happiest of birthdays. At some point during the day, […]

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Confessions from a Really Real Housewife, Stepmom & Baby Mama

{Photo credit: Jill Kari Photography} Mama Said In the beginning when I first got pregnant, as planned, on the first try, I thought I knew it all. I was clearly already on track for a perfect pregnancy to raise a perfect child and be my child’s perfect mother. I wrote in a journal about it everyday. […]

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