Momming

Did you know there is more than one way to successfully raise a child? AND did you know that “success” is actually a subjective term usually defined by those raising said child? Yes, it is true. You are actually free to raise your children how you see fit. Believe it or not, they’re yours to […]

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Gosh. Two years. I can remember phases in my life where two years felt like a lifetime but not these past two years, they’ve been more like a timewarp. Are we sure it’s really been two years?? It’s true, all the things they say: Time flies. Don’t blink. It will go too fast. You’ll miss […]

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Over the weekend, the boys’ grandpa was coming to stay overnight with the boys and I had a few errands I wanted to run, so I thought it would be nice of me to offer to bring one of the boys along to cut Seth a break. He gave me a strange look before chuckling […]

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In just a matter of a week and a half everything in our home has changed. I’m no longer in control of our household,  and, as such, I’m losing my mind. You might think ‘oh, that must mean Seth is in control’ but no, he’s not. I’ll give you one guess who’s in charge at […]

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It’s finally December! Seth and I have been busy preparing for what is expected to be our most exciting Christmas with the boys yet. With a basically-two-year old and a full-fledged threenager, Santa has been a hot topic around here and you better believe Seth’s been taking full advantage of Santa’s ‘existence’ each night at […]

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It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving if I didn’t take a minute to acknowledge what I’m grateful for, at least once. So, let’s just cut to it because I’ve got a lot to be thankful for. I know, 2017 was a rough one for most of us but still, guys, we have a lot to be thankful […]

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When I think of long-distance relationships I think about the hassle of coordinating schedules, I think about long phone calls, elaborate travel plans and lonely nights. To me, they’re temporary things only over-achievers and big dreamers get themselves into willingly – sometimes they work and sometimes they don’t. When they do, it makes for a […]

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Earlier this week I was sitting at work when I saw a headline about a 49ers NFL football player who had played a game the night before just hours after his newborn had passed away due to complications. I read the article as tears streamed down my face. There were two pictures within the article, […]

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