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I Don't Drink Coffee | Duluth Moms Blog

I Don’t Drink Coffee

I don’t drink coffee… “Really?” I’m often asked by other moms. “Why?” Is usually the next question… Followed by, “Then how do you do it?” I drink a lot of wine! The secret is out… just kidding! Well kind of… Ok but seriously here is the truth… I’ve tried drinking coffee a few times. It makes me […]

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How I Took Control of My Life with Meal Planning | Duluth Moms Blog

How I Took Control of My Life with Meal Planning

Kids yelling “MOM – What’s for dinner tonight? What? I don’t like that!”  “MOM, I’m starving and I have to be at hockey in 20 minutes.” Me, looking in the fridge wondering what I can make that’s nutritious and takes 5 minutes to create. Panic sets in; total chaos erupts in the kitchen.  Sound familiar […]

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Strange New Worlds | Duluth Moms Blog

Strange New Worlds

Captain’s Log, Stardate 10.19.2016 Our three-person crew entered Kinder Quadrant just six weeks ago, and we are still adjusting to this strange new world.   This morning, I came to realize it’s time for “The Talk.” “But Sarah,” I hear voices crying out. “She’s only 5 years old!” What?  No…no, not THAT talk! Hopefully we […]

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A guide to fall fashion, presented by Maurices | Duluth Moms Blog

A guide to fall fashion, presented by Maurices

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

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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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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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