How to Survive All-Nighters as a Mother

How to Survive All-Nighters as a Mother

After finishing school, you think the all-nighters are over. But then you become a parent and realize staying up with a screaming child is a little different than staying up all night studying or staying out late at a party. Read More

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Thrift Store Shopping: How We Save on Baby Items

Thrift Store Shopping: How We Save on Baby Items

When I was pregnant with Cohen, I was your typical first time mom. I wanted to buy everything new — from toys to clothes to all of baby’s firsts. I never realized how expensive baby items were until we started shopping. Read More

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The Dangers of Parenting Comparisons

The Dangers of Parenting Comparisons

When I had my first baby, many of my friends were also having their first children. We were all new parents together watching our kids roll over for the first time, take first steps and say first words. Read More

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Rolling With Changes After Two New Grandchildren

Rolling With Changes After Two New Grandchildren

Life is full of changes and change can be a challenge no matter who you are. Often times, change, good or bad, complicates things even more. Read More

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Bedside Sleeper vs. the Crib

Bedside Sleeper vs. the Crib

Every parent has heard the stories of losing sleep and becoming a zombie for the first year of a child’s life. Well, my first year with Cohen was no different with endless, sleepless nights! Read More

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Meet Mallory

Meet Mallory

Hello! Let me start out by saying I have a news background, and I am used to sticking to the who, what, where, when and whys of a story. Read More

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3 Things I Actually Like About Being a Parent With Type 1 Diabetes

3 Things I Actually Like About Being a Parent With Type 1 Diabetes

I was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when I was 6 years old. Read More

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Flu Season Remedies for a Nursing Mama

Flu Season Remedies for a Nursing Mama

It’s a miserable thing to be a sick mama during the flu season, but when you’re a sick breastfeeding mama who is limited in what she can take, it takes it to another level. Read More

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Making a Positive Impact on Your Child

Making a Positive Impact on Your Child

One moment we’re in the NICU, and in the next moment, Izabella is two-years-old. Now, I’m finding that all the statements fellow parents told me about motherhood going by in the blink of an eye are absolutely true! Read More

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Sweet Baby Blues Part Two

Sweet Baby Blues Part Two

Sometimes you get a once in a lifetime chance. A chance to choose to impact a person, a family.  You may not get a standing ovation or a tight gripped hug, but would you still make the choice to help? Read More

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Sweet Baby Blues

Sweet Baby Blues

Sometimes you get a once in a lifetime chance, a chance to choose to impact a person, a family.  You may not get a standing ovation or a tight gripped hug, but would you still make the choice to help? Read More

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