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During the summer of 2012, the Summer Olympic Games were held in London and my son turned 10. This was his first double-digit birthday and I wanted to plan something spectacular, and I knew exactly what the theme had to be… the ‘SHOULD-BE-OLYMPICS!” With the theme in mind, I needed to make sure the events […]

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sometimes being a mom is freaking hard

Sometimes Being a Mom is Freaking Hard.

Sometimes being a mom is harder than freaking hard – if I could use stronger language I would.  I don’t know if anyone else can relate and maybe I’m doing this whole thing WRONG, but raising humans can be very difficult at times. Whining Crying Midnight Feedings The nothing is every good enough I’m bored […]

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Last Minute DIY Gift Idea For Kids

If you’re like me, and hopefully you aren’t, you’re still scrambling to get those last minute gifts covered.  You might be looking through your garage hoping to score a present that was purchased and forgotten.  But you’ve probably come up empty-handed. And so you’re either going to have to suck it up and go to […]

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ordinary, extraordinary

Making The Ordinary, Extraordinary

When my son was 3 years old (he’s now 15), my husband and I learned that I was unable to have more children. Ok, my fertility doctor’s exact words post-op were, “You have less than a 1% chance of conceiving naturally on a monthly basis.” Wait, what? Less than 1%? I’m not a mathematician, but […]

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I Forget That It’s My Child’s Day Too

It’s so easy for me to forget that the day is my child’s day too.  I have a mental list of all of the things that I need to get done.   Get Breakfast Make lunches Drop off and picks ups Work Clean Laundry The list could literally go on and on And somewhere in the […]

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How To Teach Your Children To Be Changers

I often find myself thinking about how I can teach my children to be more than a passerby.  Generally, I fail at this.  It’s like how you have amazing ideas right before you fall asleep or in the shower, but once put to the test you completely forget what it was that so Earth-shattering.  That’s […]

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