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Author Archives: Kara Eberle
The fishtail-bracelet fad is here.
Sometimes it takes a shopping trip at Kohl’s to make a mother realize her children are growing up.
I read Joy Gabriel’s blog post this morning called “Kate Middleton and the Mom in the Mirror” and wanted to share it with all the Smart moms out there.
Kara Eberle says her mornings are like some sort of obstacle course.
Kara Eberle says she struggles to maintain some sort of control when out in public with her children.
Wiping my son’s mouth with the cuff of my cardigan seemed like a good idea — at the time.
Kara Eberle learns to focus on all the good things happening in her own home.
Kara Eberle and her husband shoot videos and photos of their kids and share them instantly with hundreds of Facebook friends, Twitter followers and Instagram buddies.