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Northwest Arkansas Coffee Shop Guide

What momma doesn’t enjoy a piping hot (or iced) cup of coffee to help her parent with a little bit more energy? Children keep us on our toes (literally) and sometimes you need a latte simply to keep up. No matter your java of choice, we’ve got you covered! Find your cup of energy at one our […]

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To the First Time Mom

Newborns should come with an instruction manual. It should be mandatory that hospitals send them home with each new baby. Twins? Two instruction manuals. Triplets? You get the idea. Being a first time mother the first couple of months were…let’s call it intense! I took the recommended birthing classes and a newborn safety class (which […]

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The Greatness of the Minivan

Can I get a shout out from all the minivan driving, minivan loving, minivan living mommas out there? I mean, does anyone else realize how much of our lives as moms are spent in the minivan? No. They don’t.  Minivans are the Renaissance Men of today. If a minivan were a person, it would be […]

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Conversations As They Grow

Being a mom of babies is hard. I remember thinking, “When he stops nursing and sleeps through the night this will be so much easier.”  Being a mom of toddlers is hard. They have so much energy, they throw fits and can’t tell you what they want all the time. It will be much easier when they […]

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5 Ways to Get Involved This Season

During the holiday season last year, the Lord really burdened my heart. I met a grandmother in our community who was working her tail off to provide for her three grandchildren. She was hungry, and in need of food for her sweet babies. Meeting this woman and hearing her story inspired me to put together a list of great […]

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Mommy’s Lifesavers

“I can’t live without it!” A common phrase uttered by nearly every 21st century mom when referring to her mommy “must-haves”. The items that keep her trucking along day after day, allowing her brain to function at maximum capacity (as allowed by babies and toddlers), and to keep her from having tantrums of her own.   As a mom of […]

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Raising Grateful Children

Grateful. It’s something we all want to be, and even more so, want our kids to be. Some would say its a barometer of your parenting skills, or even lack of. We’ve all had that moment when our child opens a gift, and casually tosses it to the side without hardly acknowledging it. You cringe, and […]

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