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Just Wait

I have a lot of mommy friends. I know that must come as a huge surprise to you! One of my mommy friends texted me this morning (because she has known me long enough to know that calling me leads nowhere). This friend is a new mom and her beginning days of motherhood have not…

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Soon

“Soon, you will have so much time to blog!” “Soon, you will be able to blog at least once a week; maybe even more!” “Soon, you will be able to update the blog, and organize it into categories, and spruce it up!” These are examples of things I told myself this summer while waiting for…

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Why?

A few weeks ago, I heard from a friend that another mutual friend had chosen to stop following me on social media because my posts were making her feel insufficient. As someone who feels insufficient on a regular basis this really took me aback. I have spent a lot of time mulling over this, probably too…

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In Summer!!!

Rain happens, hurricanes happen, sick happens, discipline happens, life happens. I have a month full of ideas and if they do not all happen, that is okay! We will regroup and make changes and move things around, but our goal will be spending time-not just passing the time. 

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Big family, Big meals

I had a few requests for me to post a peek of all of my menu cards from my prior post about how I tackle menu planning effectively. You can find that post here (Menu Planning). I will absolutely share what meals made the cut for us. Some of these will be very recognizable to…

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So Much Turkey

David and I were married in May, which makes Thanksgiving our first, big, family holiday as husband and wife. What that actually means is that David got to see more of my crazy. I have something called OCM-Obsessive Compulsive Motherhood. I was never a neat freak growing up, I never had a problem with dirt,…

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Isn’t it ironic

So much has happened in the last week that I don’t even know where to begin this post! We have closed on our house, raced Hurricane Irma to get moved in and prepared for the storm, celebrated two birthdays in the family, and spent our first days in our new house without power or school.…

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I Have a Book

I have a book. A book of horrors. I can’t even crack it open without my heart beginning to race. I can’t peek at its pages without feeling the sweat form on my palms. Common sense would tell you to avoid such a book, but I cannot. I keep coming back to it as though…

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