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I Blame Your Dad: A Mommy Blog
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http://iblameyourdad.com
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Mom of two boys. Wife of one. I live here in the heart of the US, Omaha Nebraska. My blog focuses on Momlife with two boys, real life parenting trick, tips and hacks, and baking with kids.
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Engage, Communicate, Share. Build each other up.
I have been blogging since...
2013...but took steps back for 2 years while running my father-in-law's scrap yard for him. Finally have the time to jump full force back into my blog.

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Every grief journey is unique. And that's okay.

Posted on December 19, 2018 at 10:04pm 0 Comments

I have spent a great deal of time thinking about grief rituals and why we do what we do when we lose the people we love. I don’t know the answers – but I am beginning to understand that each grief ritual is as unique to our souls as our fingerprint or DNA is to our mortal bodies. What’s more, how we manage our grief is a very personal journey – and, so long as we don’t hurt ourselves or others, there seems to be no wrong or right way to grieve. Unfortunately some people who sit comfortably on… Continue

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