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ClothDiapers

I Hated Cloth Diapers

When I was pregnant with our second child Lincoln, my husband innocently asked one day, “Are we doing cloth diapers again?“ I wanted to love cloth diapers. I really truly did. When I was pregnant, I toyed with the idea of cloth diapers for a few reasons. I love how they are eco-friendly and natural. […]

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Celebrating Birthdays Big

Celebrating Birthdays Big

My mom was Pinterest before there was Pinterest. She once turned a washing machine box from the local appliance store into a jukebox for a ’50s birthday party. My grandmother even sewed poodle skirts for my sister and me to wear to the birthday “sock hop.” Perhaps that’s proof my penchant for big birthday celebrations […]

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We Are Knoxville – Infertility Awareness, Struggles, and Hope

In the spring of 2011 I was sitting in my home office sad, mad, and anxious — there wasn’t an emotion I wasn’t having at the time. A few minutes later I ran upstairs to tell my husband that I had been researching a trip to Paris. He stared at me crazily because there was […]

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Things in My House Keep Disappearing

First, a seat from the table was gone. Then items from under the cabinet. Then actual furniture. Gone. Shoes, gone. Footie pjs, gone. Books, gone. My playroom, slowly disappearing piece by piece. Where have all my things gone? Booster seats replaced by chairs, filled with more than just my family, but now with my children’s […]

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Mom on the Run

Mom On the Run: The Secret Stress Society

Do you ever feel like you’re just doing TOO DARN MUCH? School runs, play dates, errands, full-time jobs, medical appointments, self-care, spousal care, homework and/or homeschooling, quality time, down time, alone time…kill me. Just kidding. Kind of.  Really though, is there anyone here who can honestly, hand on heart say that they’ve never felt put […]

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