Motherhood

Setting a Good Example for My Children

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Guest post: Cissa Fireheart blogs at Heart of Fire, and when she’s not there or Twittering, she is busy being a full-time student and mother. And going to Disney World, as many times as she can convince her husband to let her go. Before moving back to the Sunshine State, I worked full-time while my […]

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The Gifts We Get And Give

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Guest post by Melissa Minchala of Mis Hijos También, where she seeks to create a community of Hispanic parents that can support each other in their traditions. Melissa is the first born child to an immigrant Ecuadorian father and first generation Puerto Rican mother and is a mother of 4 children. Find Melissa on her […]

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World’s Worst Mom

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All I have to say is that after a very long, very stressful, and very chaotic weekend – for reasons that I cannot share at this time – I had to go and eff it all up even more. How? I freaking locked my keys in the car, with my baby girl in her car […]

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Mami Expectations: Family Eden Wednesday

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Today you will find me posting at the Family Eden blog. Remember that I’ll be posting for Family Eden every other Wednesday. Today’s post – Mami Expectations A teaser: My mother brainwashed me when she raised me. And, I mean that in a nice way. You see, through example, she managed to ingrain certain ideals […]

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Study Finds Differences in Moms by Race

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A few months back, Sheena of the Mommy Daddy Blog posted some results of a study that examined moms by race. In the post, only results of Caucasian and African American moms were included. So, I mentioned to Sheena that it would have been nice to know how Latina moms would have fared in such […]

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