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Toddler Bed Transition: Professional Tips + Tricks

Oh mama, the toddler bed transition is a bittersweet milestone for most parents. Yes, it marks a major development for your growing little one. But...
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My Son Makes Me So Proud

My children are what we like to call “willful." Sometimes, this comes across as a toddler decisively screaming for the Elmo fork. Other times, we...
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In the Here and Now: Five Ways to Ground Yourself in the Now

The last few weeks have been a lot. Daylight savings messes with my head, even when I think it won’t. Then, I had a...
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Friday Favorites: Lauren’s Essentials for the Sports Parent

It’s spring sports season again. Where I live, that means we begin in April with snow hats and puffer jackets, rocking ourselves as the...

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Make the Last Days of Summer ROCK!

Unless you've been living under a rock (pun totally intended), you've probably heard about or seen The Kindness Rocks Project (or one of its MANY...

When Goodbye Is Not ‘See You Later’

Moving away from your tribe is arguably the hardest part of a military permanent change of station (PCS). You spend between two and five...

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