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Love’s Labor Found

Remaking motherhood from work to love.             It’s dark. It’s cold. It’s gloomy. Every day is shorter than the one that came before it, and everyday my to-do lost is longer than it was yesterday. It’s easy to get out of sorts this busy season, to let shopping make us grouchy, to complain about a […]

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Am I Doing This Wrong?

Am I Doing This Wrong?

Am I doing this wrong? I feel like there are days, weeks, and sometimes even months where I question pretty much every parenting decision I make. The thing that keeps running through my mind is I don’t want to raise a spoiled, entitled child. But my oldest, who is 3, is a very spirited child. […]

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Are You the Next MMB Team Member?

Do you want to be a part of the Madison Moms Blog team? We are looking for a few local parents to join our writing team and event team for 2018! Our team of parents love to inspire, encourage and support each other. Our mission is to connect with the Madison community both online and offline and […]

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The Struggle for Sleep

My husband suggested letting my son, who is now 2 ½, cry-it-out when he was around 4 months old. However, I just couldn’t do it. I could not imagine leaving my sweet boy – the one we tried so hard to have – lay there and cry. I wasn’t against sleep training in general. However, […]

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January 2017

A Madison Moms’ Guide to January 2018

If you are looking for a guide to keep you and your family entertained, we have got you covered! We’ve started a monthly events guide to be sure you don’t miss a thing happening around the Madison area. Here are this month’s “need to know” activities. The Mombassadors for our Neighborhood Groups organize monthly meet-ups, so be […]

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Top 18 of 2017 | Madison Moms Blog

Top 18 Posts of 2017 | Madison Moms Blog 2017 was another fun year for us at Madison Moms Blog! Since our launch in 2013, we have published (literally) thousands of articles written by local moms in our community. Some topics are lighthearted, some more serious, some funny, some resourceful - but all are written [...]
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How Can I Help? – Supporting a Family in Crisis

My sweet little one was hospitalized the day after Thanksgiving this year. What started out as strep turned into something deadly. She was immediately placed in the PICU and stayed in the hospital for seventeen days. She is recovering at home now, and is getting stronger every day. Our dramatic and unexpected experience has shown […]

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