Dear Moms, Pt. 2

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Hello again mommas, Anna here. I introduced myself as the stay-at-home, homeschooling momma in the first part of this series: Dear Moms. I put out into the world a question I ask myself almost daily, “What’s it like to spend...

Take It Easy, Mamas

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My goal in 2019 was to give birth. I was due January 2nd, but we welcomed our baby into our arms on New Year's Eve! So I got to ring in the New Year with my resolution already accomplished.  That,...

Dear Moms, Part 1

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“How does she do it? How does she do it ALL?” I often find myself wondering about this. In conversations with friends who are flourishing in new hobbies and soaring in their careers. Or, when I spy an Instagram post...
Este mes, cumplo 10 años de trabajar para la compañía que me vio convertirme en mamá y no puedo evitar pensar en lo mucho que han cambiado las cosas desde que inicié. Hace poco, observaba a una de mis...
Having a baby can be quite exciting. From finding out you’re pregnant, to picking out the first items on your registry, each step builds in anticipation until the day you get to hold your bundle of joy. However, no...
As if 2020 wasn't terrible enough, my baby is starting middle school this week. For reference, 6 years ago, I wrote a long-winded, overly emotional post half in tears about how she was starting kindergarten. For more reference, kindergarten...
Before you roll your eyes and scroll on to something else, I’m not talking about staring deeply into the mirror to motivate yourself to do whatever. Please. We’re moms. Who has time to look in the mirror??? I’m talking about...
October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, and I am a part of this club no one ever wants to be a part of, and rarely talks about. Please note: if you have experienced pregnancy loss, this post...
This post is brought to you by The DoSeum. I have raised my three boys from infancy in the hallways of The DoSeum, and so many joyful memories have been cemented here. A morning outside at the water tables began...
It’s the most...wonderful time… of the yeaaaaarrrrrr! And by this I mean HALLOWEEEEEN!  We are all having to deal with whatever that’s going to look like for trick-or-treating in this, the year of the Great Pandemic Pause, so I’ve been stressing...
In my well-rested days before children, I never gave much thought to my sleep habits. But when my daughter was born, I obsessed over sleep. Her sleep, my sleep, and the seemingly unattainable full night of rest I believed would...
Remember those days of dressing up the family in (temperature inappropriate) outfits, consisting of coordinating shades of orange and brown corduroy and flannel, then carefully planning around nap times and feedings to visit the local pumpkin patch in the...
Tween years can be a construction zone with the need for reduced speed, maneuvering cones, twists, turns, and bumpy roads. Sometimes the lane narrows and you have take things one at a time. My first tween, my son, was...
As expectant moms, we put a tremendous amount of work in the preparation of all things motherhood. We work on nurseries, birth plans, prenatal and postnatal care and picking out the cutest outfits for our bumps and our little...

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The Life-Changing Practice of Secondhand Shopping

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Have you ever admired a friend or neighbor’s style, marveling at her expansive wardrobe and beautiful home decor? I certainly have while also wondering...