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Category Archives: Mommy philosophy
Athletics aside, superstitious was never a word used as an adjective for Laura Burkey. Until fishing season.
With few exceptions, Stacia Fleegal says she doesn’t think there is right and wrong way to parent, only “right for me” and “wrong for me.”
Mom dating — the process of finding other similarly situated mothers with children the same age as yours to spend a couple of pre-nap hours with every week — is critical for stay-at-home moms for several reasons.
Transitioning to life as a SAHM can be difficult, but Bobbie Spera gives tips for creating new systems, routines and a way of living.
Cathy Hirko says her son has found a niche he thoroughly enjoys at DreamWrights Youth & Family Theatre.
Instead of the Big Top, picture any venue: The driveway. The park. Or even the grocery store.
Mothers worry about spending enough time with their kids without giving up who they are and what fulfills them.
Susan Jennings says even when you’re at your wit’s end, kids never seem to reach theirs.