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10 Urban Baby Must Haves

When I had my first baby, we lived in a downtown condo and commuted to work and daycare by foot. This meant we needed baby items to help navigate the city that didn’t take up too much room in our smaller home. Here are some items I consider urban baby must haves: A good all-terrain […]

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Nursing Basket | Gift for the New Mom

My sister-in-law is having their first baby this month! So far, on that side of the family, we’re the only ones that have kids, so we are thrilled to welcome our first little niece to the family and can’t wait to meet her. As a new mom, there are countless things you “don’t know you don’t know,” […]

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New Mommy Tips, Tricks and Hacks

New Mommy Tips, Tricks, and Hacks

While I was pregnant, I often found myself being on the receiving end of conversations about how lucky I was to be expecting and how easy motherhood was. Seeing these moms with their perfect hair and perfect delivery room photos made me not worry at all and welcomed motherhood with all the free, relaxing time […]

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I Just Don’t Get It

    Well, it’s official. I have reached a new status in road of motherhood. No, I am not referring to the fact that my 10- year -old now ransacks my closet to steal my clothes. (If only this worked the other way around too.) I am talking about are the words now being uttered […]

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The Grass Is Always Greener: One Day as a SAHM

I didn’t intend to be a stay at home mom. I figured after maternity leave I would happily bounce back to work. Fast forward to a difficult twin pregnancy and my expectations started to change. Then, came comparing my income as a social worker to that of two daycares (HA!). I mostly love being home […]

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The Grass Is Always Greener: One Day as a Working Mom

*Please see Kristen’s upcoming piece for a stay-at-home mom’s perspective.* I’m not the kind of person who needs to work to feel valued, productive, and mentally stimulated. I work to make ends meet and have family health insurance. I would be just as happy and have just as many complaints as a stay-at-home mom. There have been […]

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