Everything I Own is Broken

Everything I own is broken. I mean, not really, but basically. I have nineteen remote controls that operate exactly zero things. There’s probably a raccoon in the attic again. Either that or an army of voles. I had to look up what a vole was when the thought occurred to me.  The dishwasher rack is […]

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Stress-Free Birthday Parties with the Duluth YMCA | Duluth Moms Blog

Stress-Free Birthday Parties with the Duluth YMCA

With six children between two families, Sarah and Stephanie have been through the planning process for their fair share of kids birthday parties. They've hosted parties in their homes and at various kid-friendly locations, but they both agree: there is nothing quite like working with the Duluth YMCA. Everything a mom needs for a party [...]
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The Nasty Nines

He argues with me at every turn. He’s rude, argumentative, moody and confrontational about everything. It feels like there is constantly rage bubbling under the surface and I find myself almost fearful of asking him to put his laundry away or put his dishes in the dishwasher. “You don’t get to talk to me like […]

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On #goals: Re-finding Grit and Ferocity | Duluth Moms Blog

On #goals: Re-finding Grit and Ferocity

This year, after wanting to ski the Kortelopet for like, the last decade, I decided that this was the year: Kortelopet 2018. The Kortelopet is a ski race that’s half the distance of the world-class Birkiebeiner and is a reasonable (!) 29 kilometers in length. While some folks could (and I’m sure that some do!) […]

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