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Coping With Mom Guilt


.What is Mom Guilt? As moms, we need to balance many things at once and be in more than one place at a time. The only way to do this is to let something else go, deciding what that’s going to be is where mom guilt comes into play. As much as we like to think we can do it all,…

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6 Items Every New Mom Should Purchase


Congratulations! First of all, congrats if you or someone you know is expecting or just had a new baby! There is no greater miracle in life! (The links in this post contain affiliate links at no cost to you. I may receive a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.) Though being a mom is…

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SURVIVING THE FIRST 6 MONTHS OF MOTHERHOOD


The moment has come, you’re finally a mother, but now what? The doctor doesn’t send home a manual on motherhood with you when you leave the hospital…so how do you survive on your own?! Don’t panic, being a mother, for the most part, is instinctual. However, with that said, there are so many so-called “experts” telling us moms the right and…

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A Daily Fitness Routine for Busy Moms


Mom’s Have No Extra Time With Mother’s Day coming up this weekend…I wanted to focus my fitness routines around moms too… Let’s face it, sometimes as a mom, we have little time for anything else other than simply being a mom. After the kids are taken care of, there are endless amounts of chores and other things to do. As…

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5 Awesome Baby Products


Need vs. Want Let’s be clear, there isn’t much you actually need to welcome your new baby home. The basics like Diapers, sleepers, onesies, swaddle blankets, wipes, etc. are what you really need. Wants are the diaper warmers, fancy hospital outfits, bottle makers, and so on. Today I want to share with you some products in-between. You don’t necessarily need…

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Advice From A Sleep Deprived Mom


Sleep Deprivation Is No Joke If you are a mom, you know what sleep deprivation is. Some parents are more sleep deprived than others, but at some point, as a parent, you experience the feeling. For me, with my first child, I had the normal newborn sleep deprivation for the first month, but then he started sleeping through the night…

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