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When the Bully Is You | Duluth Moms Blog

When the Bully Is You

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 […]

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How Amazon Pantry Changed My Life This Week | Duluth Moms Blog

How Amazon Pantry Changed My Life This Week

I was with a friend the week that Amazon promoted their big Prime event. She uses their Prime Pantry service. I have had Amazon Prime for almost a year. Two day shipping? Yes, please! Although I have not utilized my Prime membership to it’s  fullest…I hear you can save photos, watch movies, and have access […]

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Dear World: Stop Commenting on My Daughter’s Body

Honestly, it started before she was born–the comments on her projected size and shape from well-meaning people. “Is she measuring big? It looks like she’s measuring big!” I brushed it off back then because you get all sorts of invasive questions or statements about your fetus’s development when you’re expecting: Was it planned? Can you […]

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The Mom Guilt is Real: Working Outside the Home | Duluth Moms Blog

The Mom Guilt is Real: Working Outside the Home

My husband and I drop the girls off for their first day of daycare. There are children everywhere. It’s loud. It’s chaotic. Organized chaos but nonetheless chaotic. When we get in the car, my husband lets out an exasperated sigh. Twice. Enter mom guilt. Last week I run out of the house. It doesn’t matter […]

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