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Mom Amnesia

Y’all, Mom Amnesia is totally a thing. My husband (he’s a doctor, so he went to medial school and “knows things”) claims it’s not a real disease. But it totally is. If you have any of the following symptoms (although this list is not exclusive), you too may have Mom Amnesia: Forgetting why you called […]

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Google Today, Sleep Tomorrow

If you’re anything like me, a Type A, psycho of a parent when it comes to your baby’s sleep, I am here to help you cope by sharing a bit of professional help and advice from my best friend and biggest supporter, Dr. Google. Months 0-3: What I googled: How much should my baby sleep? […]

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5 Things That Inevitably Happen When IKEA Comes to Town

Perhaps you’ve not heard–because you’re living under a rock maybe–that there’s an IKEA coming to Memphis. For those of you who didn’t already know… IKEA is coming to Memphis! For a lot of people, that means a lot of emotions: joy, relief, excitement… And of course, the completely uncontrollable thoughts that go through just about […]

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Kids & Haircuts: The Long and Short of It

Have you ever taken your young child to get a haircut and left more frazzled than you arrived? You, my friend, are not alone. The process of getting a cut can be kryptonite over-stimulating to the little ones. It can also be mind numbing and nerve racking for the lucky grownup who gets to check this […]

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Goodbye, Daylight Savings Time. You Jerk.

It’s fall, y’all! That magical time of year where the humidity goes back to a tolerable level. When scarves, chunky sweaters, and boots go back into closet rotation. Time for pumpkin spice everything! And of course, time to fall back an hour with the end of Daylight Savings time. On Sunday, we will “fall back” […]

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