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Seven Ways My Parenting Changed With The Last Born

December 5, 2018

If you are a mom of multiple kids, I can almost guarantee you can relate to the shift in parenting style as more children show up on the scene. We all have an idea of how we will be as a mom, and then it changes twenty more times. These are seven ways my parenting changed after having a third baby.…

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To Grandmother’s House We Go: The Importance Of Children Living Near Their Grandparents

October 5, 2018

Thank you Maxi-Cosi for sponsoring this post. Keep your little adventurers comfy, safe & stylish with the Maxi-Cosi Magellan™ Max 5-in-1 Convertible Car Seat! I don’t know about you, but my Grandparents were an integral part of my childhood. Spending time with my Grandmother was my favorite thing in the world and I looked forward to seeing her every weekend. I have joked before that I would have lived with her if I could have, but it isn’t really a…

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Mom Hack: Finding The Best Place For One-Stop Shopping

September 18, 2018

Thank you BJ’s Wholesale Club for sponsoring this post. If you have kids and you don’t buy in bulk, are you even momming? I kid, I kid. But, seriously- it’s Fall, which is undoubtedly our busiest time of year, and I have about a million things on my agenda on any given day. Shopping for necessities should be the last thing to cause a headache. Am I right? Not only that, but I just finished potty training Charlie, which means…

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Is Early Education REALLY Important? Here’s What I Think.

September 13, 2018

Since my oldest is a third grader, I have had a few years of experience with Early Childhood Education. Actually, Grayson was in some form of formal childcare setting since he was only six months old. When Grayson was tiny, I worked full time. It wasn’t even an option to do anything else. He always did well with the structure and organized curriculum of a school setting. I truly believe it helped him to thrive. Charlie and Lincoln have been…

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Learn How To Ditch The Mom Guilt (From A Mediocre Mom)

August 27, 2018

When expecting my first child, I got a lot of advice. Expectant moms are basically flashing red targets for advice, both welcomed and unsolicited. Other, more seasoned mothers have all the tips for sleep training, feeding, and discipline- always accompanied by their own personal anecdotes. The nuggets of wisdom are usually wrapped up in a neat little package of smiles and hope. Naturally, people want to be encouraging and positive. Who wants to put any focus on the rough parts?…

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How To Find Quality Child Care in Georgia

July 16, 2018

This post is sponsored by GEEARS: Georgia Early Education Alliance for Ready Students; however, all thoughts and opinions are my own. I blinked and the summer is almost over, at least here in Georgia. When I say almost over, I mean we only have a little less than a month before our county’s school is back in session! Grayson is starting third grade, but Charlie is turning three and in desperate need of child care, specifically: early preschool. (Let’s be…

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When You Know Better, Do Better: Why We “Turn After Two”

July 3, 2018

This conversation is sponsored by Chicco. As always, all opinions are mine. If you are a parent and have hung around social media very long, you have probably seen the ever-popular car seat debate. It’s one of the hot parenting topics that come up in discussion threads fairly regularly on the good ‘ole internet, especially “turn after two”. It’s also a topic that tends to bring out some passionate opinions. There are usually two sides to the argument. There are…

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