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How to Take Great Photos of Your Kids | Duluth Moms Blog

How to Take Great Photos of Your Kids

We are in the age of technology. When something new, interesting, exciting, fun, etc. happens, we often want to share it with our friends and family – typically through social media. When my twins were born it didn’t take long for me to become a bit of a momtographer (mom photographer). I would toss a […]

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{Sponsored Post} Toddler Learning with Many Rivers Montessori

A big thank you to Many Rivers Montessori for working with Duluth Moms Blog to bring you this great post.Finding quality education and care for our earliest of learners–our weren’t-they-just-my-tiny-baby toddlers–is a surprisingly challenging and lengthy process, especially here in the Northland. Duluth and its surrounding areas offer several amazing preschool opportunities for three and […]

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Finding My Mom Village

Before having kids, I thought the saying “It takes a village to raise a child” was a nice idea and sounded cute, but I didn’t think it would really apply to me. Don’t get me wrong, I loved the idea. My thoughts sounded more like “But I’m independent!  I won’t need help — I don’t want help.” […]

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An Average Day for a Work From Home Mom

I made the switch from working in an office setting (and later on an art studio) to working from home full time about six years ago. At the time I was juggling the demands of a standard 40 hour-a-week job, a steady stream of freelance writing work, and the discomforts of late-term pregnancy. Something had […]

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Five Life Lessons From a Toddler

As parents we’re given the huge responsibility of raising our children into being responsible, kind, and successful people. Helping to shape the personality, experiences, and life of another person is something we don’t take lightly. We read books, we follow blogs, talk with fellow parents, and lean on teachers to help mold these tiny beings […]

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