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and the Moms Who Live Here
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Dress Up Day Despair

I love school.  I love all types of school – public school, homeschool, summer school, private school – all of it.  The school supply aisles in July and August make me giddy. I suppose it has something to do with my life before kids when I was a school teacher. It was a fantastic job and I […]

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Little Victories

Today, my four-year-old colored in the lines AND colored something all the way in. He was very proud of himself. For a bit of background, my four-year-old is a perfectionist: if he can’t do something perfectly the first time, he shuts down and often refuses to try again for weeks. Last Christmas, we got him […]

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5 Kinds of Friends Every Mom Needs

When I was pregnant with my first child, I was teaching school in a classroom exclusively for kids with autism. One of my co-workers was an experienced mom of three kids, two of whom were twins. She wasn’t only a wealth of knowledge but a source of inspiration. She helped induct me into the “mom […]

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Thank you, Daylight Saving Time

It’s that time of year again. The time when anarchy rules and moms across the United States curse the gods of time.  Daylight Saving Time, that is.  She washes in like a tidal wave every spring and fall. We forget she’s coming and what’s she’s capable of, until she’s on top of us, then washing out just […]

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Friday Faves

Last week MMB hosted our first “Moms Night Out” officially celebrating the re-launch of the blog. It was a perfect evening, with clear skies and an amazing view. The group of ladies attending enjoyed some quality, uninterrupted conversations while {slowly} savoring their refreshments. Our massage therapist was able to coax these on-the-go moms to slow […]

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Pictures with Santa

I lived in Little Rock for six years. My husband and I had our first child the first August that we were there (I don’t recommend moving in June when you’re in your third trimester of pregnancy). A few months later, we did what every parent of a newborn did and took him to the […]

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