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Falling Down the Rabbit Hole

Falling Down the Rabbit Hole

By Suzy Fielders I’ve had plenty of hard times throughout my life. As a single mom for all of my daughter’s almost 11 years of life I’m sure you can imagine it’s not been easy. However, I always managed and somehow even through those really hard times there still...
My Circumstantial Happiness

My Circumstantial Happiness

By Guest Blogger Dennette Bailey I am currently in a trial period that I thought would be a great story to write about when it was over. My exact thoughts when the trial began last September were, “Wow, this will be a great come-back story!”  The whole...
Working Mom, Work in Progress

Working Mom, Work in Progress

By Guest Blogger Emily Gregg Preface: Let me be clear – all moms are working moms. Stay-at-home, work-from-home, work-away-from-home, it doesn’t matter. But for the sake of this blog the phrase “working mom” is used to identify those working away from home, with no...
Why You May Not Have Mom Friends

Why You May Not Have Mom Friends

By Guest Blogger Angie Carson My title may seem mean-spirited but I promise you that it’s not. I am writing this post to help you! Yes, you – mom who complains that no one ever invites her anywhere. You – mom who tears up about not having a group of...
Recipe Swap

Recipe Swap

By Guest Blogger Kelly Hines I’m not sure how to tell you this, but – I make better potato salad than you. Red skinned potatoes, quartered, mashed just a little. Mayo, boiled egg, dill pickle, some Gulden’s brown mustard… “No. NO NO NO.” My friend Angelique is...
Motherhood and Self Image

Motherhood and Self Image

By Guest Blogger Laura Simon I spent the vast majority of my teen years at the pool. I was a competitive swimmer, and when I wasn’t practicing, I was teaching swimming lessons or babysitting poolside. I still remember the mental games I played with myself. While half...
The Cool House

The Cool House

By Heather Miller For the past eight months I have lived with three kids, one dog, and two bedrooms. We were straight apartment living.  The only outside time my children had was the balcony, and even that was limited.  We were packed into that apartment like sardines...