Category: Humor

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I Used To Be Smart

By Kelly Hines I used to be smart. I mean, I wasn’t going to win any Mensa awards or anything, but I was pretty freaking smart. I used big words, and knew what they...

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You’ll Miss This One Day

By Kelly Hines “You’ll miss this one day,” says the elderly woman in the parking lot of the grocery store. She is watching me herd my children toward the car. My...

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Bedside Manners

By Katie Moosbrugger “Scootch down. A little bit more. C’mon. Scootch, scootch. Ok, just a wee bit further…I need you closer to end of the table. Almost there. One...

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A Day in the Life of a Modern Teen

By Jennifer Guidry Those of you who have teenagers live quite a different life than those with little ones. One of our TMoM readers, Jennifer, has given us some insight...

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Over It

By Kelly Hines The first week of school is glorious. My children wake up excited, their outfits carefully chosen. Breakfast is hot and nutritious, and eaten with joy and...

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The Difference Between 21 and 41

By Rachel Hoeing Last year I turned 41. I thought that after 40, it would all be downhill. I figured 40 was the age where you would admit you were “Over the...

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The Stinky Truth about Raising Teenage Boys

By Becky Medlin My oldest son just turned 16. Time goes by so fast; it seems like he will be packing for college tomorrow. His younger brothers are 14 and 6, so I have...

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Things I Learned the Hard Way

By Rachel Hoeing Life is funny. Experiences are funny. They are especially funny when they happen to someone else. Thought I’d let you enjoy some amusement today at my...

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Besties

By Kelly Hines You know that friend – the one you plan summer vacations with. The one you can always count on for a girl’s night out. The one in all the pictures...

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Motherhood Changed Me

By Guest Blogger Thea DeLoreto, author of the blog The Lint Trap Some days I don’t know myself. Seriously. I look in the mirror and I appear to be the same person....