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Climb to the Top with Vertical Endeavors

We have partnered with Vertical Endeavors to bring you a first-hand experience of a few of the fabulous programs they offer. While this post is sponsored, all opinions are 100% our own! When my oldest daughter was born and threw me headfirst into my new role as a mother, we had our challenging days. They […]

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5 Reasons Why Motherhood Is Like Survivor

I watch the TV show “Survivor” with my husband. It’s not my favorite, but hey, he watches the Bachelor with me. With that being said, I would’t want to be a contestant on either show – yikes! However, Survivor does remind me a lot of being a mom.  5. Outwit, Outplay, Outlast. When raising children […]

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Pass the Popcorn | A Duluth Summer Movie Guide

Pass the Popcorn: A Duluth Summer Movie Guide

  Summers in the Northland are a glorious thing.  You can spend all day playing in under the warmth of the sun beside (or in!) our big, beautiful lake. But when the moon rises and your littles are still somehow awake, you’ll want to end the day with something that doesn’t involve water balloons, melting popsicles, or […]

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An Open Letter to the Papa That Never Was, But Always Will Be

Today was messy. It was another day that started like the rest that I am always thankful for. Our family of four was up before the sun rose. My son may or may not have been up and fussing a few times during the night. I spent the majority of the day chasing our littles [...]
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Walking Through the Last of All the Firsts | Duluth Moms Blog

Walking Through the Last of All the Firsts

There is something magical that captures a parent’s heart the day you meet your new baby. There’s a world of firsts, the first scrunched up squiggly stretch, the first time he opens his eyes, the first cry she squeaks out. There’s the stressful first experience with a car seat and the first real threat of […]

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I Will Survive the Tween Years and My Daughter Will Too | Duluth Moms Blog

I Will Survive the Tween Years and My Daughter Will Too

The Tween Years. The ages between 8-12, where they are not quite a teenager but not a child either. Care.com suggests it can be a wildly exciting and tumultuous time for us parents and our child.  Wildly exciting might be an understatement – somedays I’m not sure who this person living with me is because it’s certainly not […]

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