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Adios, Elementary School!

When my oldest daughter transitioned from elementary school to middle school, I was a nervous wreck. I worried about her making friends in a new environment, keeping up with her responsibilities, adjusting to the expectations of so many different teachers, and I was nervous about her riding her bike home from school by herself. Fast […]

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Beachbucketlist

Your PBC Beach Bucket List!

The much anticipated season of the year is here – SUMMER!  And that means – BEACH time! But let’s face it, traveling to the beach, with all your family gear – towels, sunscreen, hats, glasses, chairs, buckets, shovels, coolers, and SNACKS, seems anything BUT relaxing.  So we created a list of our favorite beach spots […]

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Traveling with Toddlers

My daughter was 41 days old the first time we set out on a road trip.  We drove from Palm Beach County, FL to San Antonio, Texas. My husband and I learned some things about travel with children while I was alternating between driving and hanging over my daughter’s carseat, breastfeeding. We recently initiated my […]

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RenataW

These Shoes Were Made for Working

Cue Fergie’s song “Glamorous”. G-L-A-M-O-R-O-U-S, yeah GLAMOROUS. Are you singing along? Bopping your head and humming the tune? Yeah, me too. That is pretty much exactly how I thought my life as a working mother would be–glamorous. In fact, I think it is safe to say, that society may even imply that working moms have […]

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laurastay

Staying Home Rocks and Other Myths

I used to dream of being a teacher. Having summers off with my future children. Planning all these fun activities and being the best mom ever.  Then I grew up, saw how underpaid teachers were, and went into a different field, dental hygiene. It gave me flexibility for my hours and allowed me to be […]

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renata1

“I’m fine. Everything’s fine.”

“I’m fine. Everything’s fine.” Do you often find yourself uttering those four words before someone even finishes asking, “How are you?” Lately, it feels as though those words just spill out, unconsciously, without any true meaning behind them. Am I fine? Well, that is open for interpretation. Motherhood is hard and I am here to […]

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Momma, You are Enough

I birthed my daughter vaginally and I am proud of that. I birthed my son through a cesarean section and I am proud of that. Although, in all honesty, that was not always the case. You see, during the many weeks of “birth plan” research, not once did I come across an article that portrayed […]

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