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how to say no

How To Say “No”

I’m a people pleaser.  It’s true… It started as early as when I was a kid, I always wanted to please everyone. Help PawPaw wash the car, help dad tie his shoes, help mom clean, and so on. Clearly, they could get the job done quicker if I was out of their hair, but I […]

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Thank you for bedtime

Thank You For Bedtime

I’m not really sure how we fell into the pattern, but when we are both home and available, my husband and I divvy up the bedtime routines. And somehow, he usually ends up putting the girls {who are five and seven} to bed, while I put “the baby” (who is two) down. I’m sure our […]

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celebrating their differences

Celebrating Their Differences

I am a mom of 16-month-old fraternal twin boys.  When we found out we were expecting two boys, my biggest concern was how I would be able to tell them apart (total rookie twin mom misconception of the word fraternal).  It turns out the question we hear daily is “what is their age difference?”  When […]

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why i bought my minivan

Why I bought My Minivan…

When we are younger, the big, blue, minivan signified MOM. Mom (or dad) drove us around in her minivan. That’s the car that we took all of our trips in. That’s the car we drove when we needed to pick up every single friend or the entire soccer team. Why take two cars when mom […]

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