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ModaBox: My Favorite Online Stylists for Moms

Mom confession: During my first pregnancy, I gained seventy pounds, and, in my second pregnancy, I gained forty-five pounds. With rapid weight gain like that, depression didn’t wait until the postpartum phase to introduce itself to me. As I entered the second trimester of my first pregnancy, I felt depressed because gaining that much weight […]

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Additional Math Support Through Revolution Math

*This post is sponsored- but the thoughts and feelings are our own, and we only work with businesses we believe to be reputable and resourceful to our readers.  The most challenging stage of parenthood for me was when my babies reached school-age.  Specifically 1st grade and up.  Before school-age, everything they did was too adorable […]

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Unspoken Struggles of Motherhood Sparks Creation of App

I recently met an amazing mompreneur named Pam Alexis Cox, and she shared the story behind her upcoming app project with me.  She experienced a common problem amongst us moms and moms-to-be. Like many other mothers, myself included, we often go thru struggles alone, afraid to share the darkside of being a mother or trying […]

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Gift Idea :: Bench Essential for the Sports Parent

*This post is sponsored – but the thoughts and feelings are our own, and we only work with businesses we believe to be reputable and resourceful to our readers. Some of us are soccer moms, basketball moms or a mom of all sports trades depending on our children’s activity level.  I am a dedicated baseball/softball […]

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5miles :: Your Mobile Marketplace

*This post is sponsored – but the thoughts and feelings are our own, and we only work with businesses we believe to be reputable and resourceful to our readers. If you are a parent like me, you probably have boxes of old clothes, old toys, and old household items you haven’t had the energy or […]

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Hearts in San Francisco

How many times have you seen a heart sculpture during a walk thru a San Francisco neighborhood?  Have you ever stopped to wonder about the artwork & the artist? Ever wonder about the story behind all the hearts placed in the various locations of SF? I remember my first heart I saw was in Union […]

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The Tiger Mom

During a group text thread, I learned how one of my non-mommy friends saw me as a mother.  In my close knit circle of friends, we like to put pictures of celebrities as our contact images for each other for amusement. I’m guilty of putting a picture of a crying Kim Kardashian for my best […]

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IVIVVA Empowering Young Girls from Coast to Coast

This post is sponsored- but the thoughts and feelings are our own, and we only work with businesses we believe to be reputable and resourceful to our readers.  IVIVVA (ih-vee-vah) created by Lululemon Althetica threw coast to coast summer festivals and hit San Francisco on Saturday July 23rd at the City View Metreon Private Events […]

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SF Museum of Modern Art with Tiny Humans

Planning an outing to an art museum with our kids can be nerve wrecking. The thought of having to be financially responsible for an expensive painting damaged by our children usually strikes out the art museum as an option for a family activity. Children under 5 cannot read the signs that read “Do not touch […]

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