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How-to Prepare Your Child for Their First Sleepover

How old was your kid when they had their first sleepover at a friend’s?  Were they nervous?  Were you?  I’m already dreading the day that The Twincesses will be invited to their first sleepover.  I would much rather they never go to a sleepover,  and just have friends sleep at our house, but I realize that’s totally unrealistic, and also, unfair. …

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Tips for Grocery Shopping with Baby

 Hello Lovebugs! How do you feel about grocery shopping? Love it?  Hate it?  Refuse to do it?  I’ve always enjoyed it, but I definitely enjoy it more when I do it solo.  Unfortunately solo trips to the store is not always possible when you’re a mom! Grocery shopping is hard enough to do without having a tiny human to care…

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How-to be a Good Mom

Mom guilt is real.  Often times we are our own worst critics, and if it’s not us, it’s other moms shaming us for making decisions that differ from theirs.  I’m sick of it, and I’m here to tell you that you are a fabulous mom!  Still worried that you aren’t a good mom?   Follow the steps below to be the…

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Lies I Tell My Children

Whoever said “Honesty is the best policy” clearly didn’t have children, especially toddlers.  I dunno about you Momma’s, but parenting The Twincesses requires a ton of little white lies just to make it through the day!  Hubby and I lie to avoid crying, tantrums, meltdowns, screaming, because we’re tired, because they’re tired, because we don’t want to, can’t, it’s too…

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Push Presents

  Do you know what kinda people don’t believe in “Push Presents”?  The women whose men weren’t smart enough to figure out that pushing a tiny human out of an even tinier hole merits a reward beyond stitches and scars.  “But Sam, the baby is the present!”  Ummm NO!  No it’s not.   A baby is obviously the amazing result of…

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