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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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{Sponsored Post} FIT4MOM Classes: A Foolproof Way to Make Friends and Keep Fit

Thank you to FIT4MOM for inviting Duluth Moms Blog to check out their Stroller Strides Classes! They provided the opportunity, but all opinions are our own.  I am the quintessential bandwagon slacker when it comes to working out. I join in on something, enjoy it for a while, and then fizzle out. It happens to the […]

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Time: Ready to Jump (Part 2) | Duluth Moms Blog

Time: Ready to Jump (Part 2)

In my mind I was making it work, but in my heart I was completely broken. I needed a solution, and fast. There were sleepless nights and long days of thinking the same thing over and over again. With the passing of my grandmother this past Fall, I started reflecting on my life while celebrating […]

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