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A Simple Way To Help A Teacher When You Can’t Volunteer

It’s been almost two years since we sold everything and moved from Las Vegas to Southern California to give our kids a dual language education. When people hear that, they think we’re un poco loco, but I haven’t regretted it for a moment. There were no opportunities for dual immersion education in Vegas, so we packed it up! Now that we’ve been in California for two years and my kids

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The One Thing His Teacher Does

I won’t forget the first day my son walked into his pre-K classroom in the fall of 2016. Filled with anxiety, I did the same thing I always do when control is out of my hands: approach the challenge head on, assertively, with forced casual conservation mixed with the unneccessary intensity that pegs me as the crazy woman that I actually am. “Hi, great to see you again. That’s my

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Boys, Boogers and Black Eyes

I’m excited to partner with Boogie Wipes for this story because 1. they’re my most favorite baby product ever and 2. they love hearing from everyday moms on how their natural products makes our lives just a little easier. Thanks for supporting the brands that support our voices! Boys will be…. Good human beings? Considerate, self-aware and live with dignity? Yes, of course, we want our boys to be all

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5 EASY Tips to Create Your Family Food Culture

Establishing your family food culture isn’t just about the food you prepare. It’s also about how your family comes together over that food; it’s about the spices and ingredients you consistently use and the stories told over the dinner table. Thinking about planning and execution of our family food culture is something I love to do, but you don’t have to overthink it. Motherhood can feel overwhelming and adding one

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Parenting “The Only”

The moment I read the email listing each name on the basketball roster, I knew we were in for an experience. Both for her and I, the mom that would have to put her foot down and ensure the experience was one we took value from. I mean, I really didn’t plan to put my daughter in this situation. I didn’t even think to ask, or request that she be placed with

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I Won’t Always Have A Playroom To Clean

My house is in full spring cleaning mode, but that doesn’t mean motherhood stops. I’m proud to partner with our friends at Clorox for the reminder that scrubbing out germs doesn’t have to mean washing away our gratitude and grace. If there is one room in my house that drives me insane, it’s the playroom; the space in our tiny home where toys are stored, played with, then left scattered

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