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Parking Lot Shame | Duluth Moms Blog

Parking Lot Shame

Shame, for me, shows up in the least expected places, when I’m paying little attention. I was picking up a cake for my son, Ian’s, birthday party. I’d looked over my to-do list and was checking everything off, relieved that all the errands had been completed. I’d dealt with busy stores and Sunday afternoon traffic, […]

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Join Our Team {Open Call for Duluth Moms Blog Contributors}

The Duluth Blog Team is growing and we are currently looking for fresh, local voices who are passionate about our city and interested in sharing their stories! This is a volunteer position, but there are some really fun perks to make it all worthwhile.  If you want to join this exciting movement of moms in [...]
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Why Is It So Hard to Make Friends as an Adult? | Duluth Moms Blog

Why Is It So Hard to Make Friends as an Adult?

People say that “breaking up is hard to do”, but what’s really hard is making friends as an adult! I’m not sure about you, but I love making new friends and meeting new people, but when I moved to the Duluth area this past May, I found myself feeling much like a dog behind some [...]
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To All the Kind Strangers: Thank You

Motherhood definitely has its perks. Warm cuddles, kisses and hugs. Built-in playmates. The pride in your offspring’s accomplishments. Mother’s Day. And the pure, simple joy only a child can bring. I don’t know about you but I have experienced one other perk of motherhood that has been totally unexpected: The kindness of complete strangers. People […]

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My 2018 Mom Resolutions | Duluth Moms Blog

My 2018 Mom Resolutions

It’s that time again! This year I’m committing to making five small changes instead of one resolution. The more I think about resolutions the more I realize that it’s the little things that matter most. If I can make small changes day by day, the payoff will be bigger in the end! The happier I […]

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New Years Resolution: Menu Planning | Duluth Moms Blog

New Years Resolution: Menu Planning

Studies show that kids who cook with their parents, who actively help create the meal, are more likely to eat it and eat healthier. This is especially beneficial if you have a picky eater. Before we go any further, let’s just acknowledge that ALL kids are some sort of picky eater. And it’s not actually […]

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