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Don’t You Worry, I Get It

When you become a mom, you instantly join a secret club that bonds you with people you’d never expect. Why? Because we’re all trying to figure out this parenting thing. You’ve probably never been as scared as you have been since you became a parent. Sickness, falls, refusing to eat, fear of SIDS, every single […]

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I Hit the Jackpot

My grandma used to tell me the best stories about her friends. I would sit in my grandpa’s rocking chair and listen to the phone ring. My grandmother would say hello and start laughing before she even got her first word out. I rocked back and forth and sipped my coffee as I watched her […]

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I Hit the Jackpot

My grandma used to tell me the best stories about her friends. I would sit in my grandpa’s rocking chair and listen to the phone ring. My grandmother would say hello and start laughing before she even got her first word out. I rocked back and forth and sipped my coffee as I watched her […]

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Judged At The Playground

My child fell off the monkey bars and other parents called me out for not standing right next to next to him when it happened.  I had the same thoughts about myself.  Where was I? I was sitting on the bench. My husband was chasing our toddler twins and our oldest child was happily playing nearby.  […]

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I Have This Friend…

When I think of my friends, I think about Joe Cocker’s version of the song, “With a Little Help From My Friends.” I take my friendships seriously and trust these ladies with personal insight into my life and the life of my family. Therefore, I take with much seriousness the friendship and insight they entrust to […]

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In The Thick of It

You guys, I’m there. I’m IN IT. Smack dab in the thick of it. All of it. And the “it” sucks. It’s so much, it’s all the time, and it’s non-stop. My “it” is a combination of young children and no sleep. Maybe your “it” is building a house, getting a divorce, a ridiculous job […]

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