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Celebrating a December Birthday | Duluth Moms Blog

Celebrating a December Birthday

When we first started telling people I was pregnant with our firstborn naturally the first question was, “When are you due??” To which we responded, “December 22!” People almost always had the same response: Sympathy. People already felt sorry for our unborn baby who would have to share her birthday with the craziness that is […]

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10 Ways to Help You Stay Sane This Holiday Season | Duluth Moms Blog

10 Ways to Help You Stay Sane This Holiday Season

Let’s face it, the holiday season is one of the most loved, joyous times of the entire year. It’s also one of the most stressful. On top of everything else moms have to do, add on Christmas shopping, cooking, baking, bringing treats to school, work, buying all the gifts, wrapping, shipping to out of town […]

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An Open Letter to My Daughter on Her 21st Birthday | Duluth Moms Blog

An Open Letter to My Daughter on Her 21st Birthday

It’s the middle of the night the week before your 21st birthday and I can’t help but reflect back to back on the earlier years. The night you were born was the first major snowfall of the season. You were ready to come out and meet me and I was both excited and terrified of […]

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Happy Birthday to Us! Let’s treat ourselves by looking back at our top 12 posts of the year.

What an incredible year this has been! Duluth Moms Blog is bursting with pride today on the first anniversary of our launch. We started out small and full of passion about what we wanted to do: bring a sense of togetherness and connection among moms of the Northland. In just a year's time we've grown [...]
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Back Seat Conversations: Let’s Talk About Feelings

“Why did you make that sound Mama?” came the question from the back seat of the car as we were making our morning rounds to school and daycare dropoffs. It caught me by surprise when I realized this little person was talking about my “sigh.” She had caught something and was puzzled by a reaction […]

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