Recently I find myself attending a memorial service for a young man who’s life was cut too short. Music plays serenely in the background as those who knew and loved him gather to honor and celebrate his life. Beautiful poetry is read and speeches are given, a slide show of memories plays in the background […]
Our children are forever changing. As a parent to two little humans, I’m realizing how precious my time with them is and how much I truly appreciate it. It has been one year now since I decided to leave my corporate job to peruse something so much more meaningful to me. Something that would fulfill […]
We are so excited to bring you this fall fashion guide by our partners at Maurices. While this is a sponsored post, all opinions are 100% our own. Duluth Moms Blog writers got together to laugh, chat, chase around kiddos, and pose for photos in some of our favorite fall fashion from
It starts with a hand shake and a coin toss. It is relatively quiet at the beginning – just small talk amongst the teammates and competitors. I am usually the first up for my team. I get down and watch as my skip wordlessly signals where I should throw the rock. If I am on […]
A huge thank you to our sponsor, Krenzen, for working with us on the Moms Who Make Duluth Series.
It was winter when I first met Erin, cold and soggy and dark so early. We met at a short-lived evening MOPS meeting. She had a haircut that I envied, short and sassy, and man, she had all the sass of that haircut, too. She cussed, which I liked (it’s so hard to find someone […]
Thank you to all of the participating featured Preschools for sponsoring our 2017 Guide to Preschools in Duluth!
One of the strongest parenting instincts we have is the need to protect our children from harm. Unfortunately harm can come in many forms and one danger always seems to be on our radar: Bullying. The last thing we want for our children is for them to become the victim of bullying behavior or to […]
Racing for the Cure I’ll never forget my first “Race for The Cure” I ever participated in… My aunt lived in Peoria, IL and once a year my mom would pack the car up to head our family south to go visit. One year in particular our mom’s decided to sign us up to participate […]
She was folding clothes and returning them to the suitcase while her preschooler played with trucks in the living room. When she turned around and he was no longer there, she assumed he’d wandered outside to help her husband load the car. The family had just spent a glorious week in a small rental cabin […]