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GOING DINOSAUR CRAZY IN THE QC

Dinosaur Train, Dino Dan, Jurassic World (the Lego version at least) This is my life with two little boys. They love all things dinosaur. They dress up as dinosaurs, I step on dinosaur figurines. My 2 year old can pronounce complicated dinosaur names better than his own name and will correct me if I call […]

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WHAT OUR WRITERS ARE READING

February, while short in days seems to drag on forever, especially after the flurry of Valentines has settled. It is still cold outside and cabin fever might have started to settle in.  Sounds like a perfect time to curl up with a good book, reading the long cold days away, but where to start? I […]

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HOW BEING AN R.A. PREPARED ME FOR MOTHERHOOD

In the stone age, or at least the early 2000s when I was in college I had the opportunity to be a Resident Assistant (or RA for short.) Little did I know that this collegiate experience would prepare me for motherhood. Talk about college preparing you for your future! My main duties consisted of being […]

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HAVE KIDS? YOU NEED TO COMPOST

  I often joke that the toddler mom diet consists of whatever her kids don’t finish. Lunch consists of crusts of bread, a few apple slices, and a half a cup of milk. You know, the high nutrition stuff. Even with as much as my children eat (which is a surprising amount for their tiny stature) there always […]

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Mom Spa

WELCOME TO THE MOM SPA

When was the last time you had a spa day? If you are like me, it’s been awhile. Or maybe never. Well fear not, a spa day can be within your grasp, with a little creativity. Grab your kids and come on down to the mom spa!   Facial This is easiest if you have […]

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SOME ADVICE ON ADVICE

Nothing in life seems to invite unsolicited advice more than having kids. It starts the moment we announce a pregnancy. The floodgates open and suddenly everyone has an opinion and some “friendly” advice about how to handle stretchmarks, bloating, names, and nursery colors.  Everything. It doesn’t stop once the baby is out either. If nothing, […]

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