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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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“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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Marriage Counseling for the Happy Couple

My husband is the most handsome man I’ve ever met. He’s also generous and works incredibly hard to provide for our family. He believes in me and encourages me to pursue all my dreams. More importantly, he makes me laugh every single day. Simply put, I’m happily married, and I think my husband would say […]

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This Mom’s Job Defies Labels

You know Stay at Home Moms. You know Working Moms (though, I argue that ALL moms are working moms, but i digress). Then there’s me. I’m a ….. A ….. I haven’t been able to put a label on it. I call myself a Hybrid Mom, which translates to a Lucky Mom. I have the […]

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I Feel Pretty!

Members of Palm Beach Moms Blog and followers recently enjoyed a special private screening of the new Amy Schumer movie, “I Feel Pretty.”  It was another classic fun l feel good movie from this comedic talent. Amy has such a way of getting you to fall in love with her in any role she plays. […]

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Sending Love on Testing Days

Spring may conjure images of rain showers and flowers in bloom, but for public school kids spring-time also means testing season. As a former teacher and a mom of elementary and middle school children, I can attest to the fact that standardized testing days can be both boring and stressful for kids. While I would […]

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Share Your Story – Trigger Miscarriage

One month ago, today, I was told those words no mother ever wants to hear. Unfortunately, 1 out of 4 women hear these words all too often. “Your baby no longer has a heartbeat.” That day changed my family forever. I know I am a different person because of it, my relationship is different because […]

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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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The ABC’S of Moving from a Crib to Toddler-Bed

Right now my daughter is standing at the door of her room crying for me. She is supposed to be taking her afternoon nap.  In about 5 minutes she will crawl back into her toddler bed, and go to sleep.  But right now, listening to her cry, it is hard. My little princess used to […]

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