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14 days of Valentines | Duluth Moms Blog

14 Days of Valentines

I’ve been a proponent of holidays for my entire life. I love to decorate and I love to give little gifts to my special people and Valentine’s Day is absolutely no different. Christmas decorations come down; hearts and red and pink begins slowly making it’s way around my house. I love sending out Valentine’s cards. […]

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Christmas Wishes and Hope | Duluth Moms Blog

Christmas Wishes and Hope

Some of the fondest memories of my childhood are of Christmas.  The wishes and the hope of the season.  The anticipation started in October, when the weather would turn cooler and the JCPenney Wish Book would arrive in our mailbox. Yes… a catalog that came via the mail man that was delivered to our home! […]

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Mills Fleet Farm: Helping You Be Awesome at the Holidays

This post was sponsored by our friends at Mills Fleet Farm, but the opinions within are my own.Christmas. We’re coming down to the wire, huh? In ten or so days, all of our littles will be rushing out of their bedrooms (hopefully at a reasonable hour but I won’t hold my breath!) and storming the […]

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Dashing through the holidays with Maurices: Practical Gifts for Moms | Duluth Moms Blog

Dashing through the Holidays with Maurices: Practical Gifts for Mom

We sent our writer Anna into Maurices to shop for some practical outfits for her Holiday traditions. While this post is sponsored, our opinions are 100% our own!I remember being a kid and loving every waking minute of the Christmas season. It was jam packed full of wonder and togetherness and my heart could hardly […]

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What I Learned from Hosting My First Cookie Exchange | Duluth Moms Blog

What I Learned from Hosting My First Cookie Exchange

When I think about the holiday season, the blurry, whimsical childhood memories I reminisce about fade into pure stress bogged down with the pressure of finding the perfect gifts (gifts that evoke more happiness than the box they came in), hosting family and friends (without burning the house or family down), decorating (and trying to […]

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