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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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9 Simple Ways to Make the World More Beautiful | Duluth Moms Blog

9 Simple Ways to Make the World More Beautiful

There’s no pretty way of saying it: the news is straight up horrific these days. It shouts of heartbreak and brokenness and terror and bullies of every age. I couldn’t count on my set of hands how many times people have said to me, “I’m just so sad this is the world I’m bringing up […]

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Marshall School: Cultivating Confident and Curious Students

This post is sponsored by Marshall School but all opinions contained within are my own.Want to hear a silly confession? I began researching preschools for my daughter before she was even born. By the time she was a year old, I had narrowed our choices down to three. But maybe you’re thinking, “That’s not so […]

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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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