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Declarations of a Working Mom Who is Hanging by A Thread

Hey there drive thru lady with the three car seats in the back and a pile of heels in the passenger seat. I see you rolling to work with that look on your face. I’ll be patient while you dig through your diaper-brief case for the last of your coffee money. Your days are long, deadlines are looming, your papers are piled high and so are […]

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5 Life Changing {Affordable} Kitchen Gadgets for the Back to School Mama

Let’s face it, once we move past mourning of the summer season we all get a giddy excitement in the pit of our stomachs. We get to once again send our little one’s off on their grand academic adventures. That is, however, until we come to the realization that some of us will be responsible […]

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Questions from the Curious | Duluth Moms Blog

Questions from the Curious

Curiosity killed the cat. I don’t know how many times my mother said that phrase during my childhood. Regardless it is one that is ingrained in my psyche. However, I can’t say the same for much of the general population. I think every mother can relate to the complete stranger asking a rather personal and […]

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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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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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The Beauty I Miss

Six years ago, my husband and I were married on a warm overcast afternoon in Ohio. We’d planned, finalized our registry, and were finally ready for the big celebration.  I had one small surprise. As we were browsing one day, Nick saw some champagne flutes he liked at Macy’s. They were expensive and impractical, so […]

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