Passionate About the Palm Beach area
and the Moms Who Live Here

Thanksgiving Traditions

One of the hardest things about marriage is taking two people from two different families and making it one. With this comes a lot of compromise and the holidays seem to be a time people see this compromise the most. What family traditions will you implement from which family, will you make your own, what […]

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Alcoholism and Family

I love blogging because it’s an outlet for me to clear out any unnecessary and unwanted garbage out of my life. I think it comes so naturally to me because I’m an open book…. what you see is what you get, and if you want to know just ask. So typically my posts correspond with […]

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It’s the Most Busiest Time of the Year!

    I’m not exactly sure what I was expecting when my son started school. A lot of me felt that I would have a lot more time on my hands. But the reality of it is, I find myself with even less time now that both my two older boys are attending school. I originally […]

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Thank you, for everything you do-o

Thank you, for everything you do-o My favorite episode of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood is when Daniel has to go to the garden for Thank You Day.  He spends the day reflecting on his friends and their unique specialness.  Then he gets down to business, writing out thank you cards. He even gets a few cards […]

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Mommin’ Ain’t Easy (but it Also Ain’t Real)

“Mommin’ ain’t easy.” – All moms, everywhere. I’m not sure who first said these words, but I think they’re wrong. “Ain’t easy” is an epic understatement. Mommin’ is different level hard.  Keeping one or more tiny humans alive is hard. Keeping them alive, though, is just mothering. Mothering and mommin’ are two totally different concepts. Mothering means you […]

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Living on Island Time

My family loves being tourists in our own city. We try to find experiences that are unique to where we live. Since moving to Florida, we have enthusiastically explored beaches, parks, zoos, turtle rehabilitation centers, and more. While I’m almost always up for an adventure and planning outings for my children, I was a little […]

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Young Mom

The average age of a new mom has increased over the past decade. Now most women are beginning to have babies in their 30’s. I am a young mom. I had my first at 25 and my second at 28. Most of my mom friends are 5+ years older than me. I chose to be […]

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I Forgot Hispanic Heritage Month

I am hispanic and I forgot it was Hispanic Heritage month. As a first generation American and as someone who used to work for 2 huge Latin American companies, I feel a little strange that I forgot to make this month into a learning opportunity for my daughter.  I mean here I am in South […]

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