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What Would You Do?

What would you do in these situations? 1. At a playdate, another mom scolds your child....and not in a nice way. 2. At a playdate, the mom…

Started by Tamara Unexperienced

1 Apr 19, 2010
Reply by Amanda Drover

Guilty Pleasures

We all have them....guilty pleasures that is. Mine? Reality television shows. I can get involved in almost any show, with the exception of…

Started by Tamara Unexperienced

2 Apr 12, 2010
Reply by Latwan Banks

Valentine's Day, Mommy-Style

Let's be honest...as moms, our standards have changed a bit, right? We settle for 20 minutes alone some days (and sometimes, in a week!). W…

Started by Tamara Unexperienced

3 Feb 12, 2010
Reply by Katherine

Balancing in Motherhood....Is it Possible?

I just wrote a post on my blog about Balancing Life and talked about what I need to balance and what my action plan is to get there. I also…

Started by Tamara Unexperienced

2 Feb 3, 2010
Reply by Amanda Drover

This OR That?

On days like today, I think, "Would I rather have to deal with 'this' or 'that?'. One child is sick with snot slipping out of his nose, fig…

Started by Tamara Unexperienced

1 Jan 29, 2010
Reply by Heather Ajayi

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