3 of the Best Reasons to Choose Experiences Instead of Things

3 of the Best Reasons to Choose Experiences Instead of Things

It’s no secret that having kids means acquiring a ton of crap. Whether it’s toys, coloring books, playhouses or play kitchens shit seems to multiply into every corner of everything we own including the diaper bag and our cars.

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21 Life Changing Laundry Hacks You Need to Know!

21 Life Changing Laundry Hacks You Need to Know!

Staying on top of your laundry mountain can feel overwhelming. With these simple hacks you can feel less like a hot mess and more like a boss mom. Get organized (or not) but either way hack your laundry with these 21 tips.

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How to Explain Death To Your Child Without Religion

How to Explain Death To Your Child Without Religion

If you're not religious, it may feel like you've opened the door to a room that's filled with a bunch of questions and minimal answers. How do you begin to explain the concept of death to a young child? Fear not. You can talk to your child about death and not need to lean on religion in any way.

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How to Get Yourself Out of a Writing Funk

How to Get Yourself Out of a Writing Funk

When I decided to turn this little hobby blog into more of a real thing, I had no idea how much work was involved in writing, promoting, and maintain the blog. So it's no wonder that in the three short months of going full speed as a mom blogger, I would hit a wall. If you’re reading this and have found yourself in a writer’s funk as well, here’s a few ways I’ve been able to dig myself out it and get back to doing what I love.

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How to Know When Breastfeeding May Not Be For You

How to Know When Breastfeeding May Not Be For You

It’s been nearly four years, but only now I realize: No one told me anything about formula the entire time I was pregnant. No one even told me how long it would take for my milk to come in or what it would feel like when it did so I had no idea if it had.

No one told me any of the dangers of things like starving your child if your milk didn’t come in (which is ultimately what was happening). I did, however, feel overwhelming guilt about “giving in.”

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