Motherhood

Finding the Woman I Used to Be

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At the beginning of this year, I reflected on what I am looking forward to for 2013 and shared some personal goals and planned changes. One of those is to grow my knowledge this year – to read more, learn something new, enhance a skill – something along those lines. You see, I used to […]

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Mother’s Day Simple and Easy Breakfast Recipes for Breakfast in Bed

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This is a sponsored post. In the eight years that we’ve been married, my husband has customarily been “the breakfast guy.” I’m not much of a breakfast person; my breakfast meals consist primarily of bagels, yogurt, or a bowl of cereal. I rarely eat egg and am not a huge fan of traditional breakfast foods […]

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Love as a Priority: One Mom’s Story of Motherhood

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I’m on maternity leave as of December 8: The following is a guest post by Blanca Stella. When I was in my early 20s, I put it in my mind that I wanted to have a job that would allow me to be available and at home with my future child. That is the reason […]

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Motherhood: More Than a Juggling Act

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I’m on maternity leave as of December 8: The following is a guest post by Jeannette Kaplun. Those who know me well, say that I always seem to be on the run. But I know I’m not the only one. Moms everywhere seem to be scrambling for time and we usually manage to juggle (sometimes, […]

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Finding the Woman Within the Mom

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My mami is a great mother. She raised three children, along with my father, during a time when there wasn’t as much “help” as there is these days. That is, she never read a parenting book or sought the advice of parenting experts. I’m sure her and her friends shared complaints and some advice with […]

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