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Toddlers.

Toddlers.

Y’all. Raising a toddler is starting to feel like that 4th of July contest they used to do at my neighborhood swimming pool – the one where they grease a watermelon and toss it into the deep end, and the first person who can dive down, retrieve said watermelon, and successfully swim up to the […]

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Playground Politics: Types of Playground Moms

Playground Politics: Types of Moms at the Park

Atlanta has some of the prettiest parks in the country. Just read here, here, and here. Oh, and here. As you explore Georgia’s wonderful parks with your kids, you might discover some untold rules. Like the following: Your proximity to your child and the playground, as well as how dirty you allow your kid to […]

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Atlanta Area Moms Blog’s Consultant Run Business Guide Information

Are you a consultant for Rodan + Fields, It Works, Plexus, Beautycounter, Stella & Dot, Doterra, Lularoe, or another similar company? We want to hear from you! There is nothing we love more than supporting the hardworking moms in our community and connecting moms with other moms! We launched our first annual guide for mom-run [...]
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Mom of Many

Yes They’re All Mine – Tales From the Crib By a Mom of Many

There’s a moment when riding a roller coaster that your cart is being pulled ever so slowly up the incline, and you lose all concept of fear. The excitement has yet to kick in and there’s only emptiness coupled with a gnawing sense of anticipation/confusion. Anticipation because obviously, something is on the horizon but confusion […]

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Adoptive Mom - What they Want you to Know

Stop! In the Name of Love and Trauma! What Adoptive Moms Wish You Knew…

Attention! Anything you say can and will be used to help further fuel the trauma that our kids from hard places* have had to endure.  I honestly believe people as a whole do not mean to be hurtful or mean when they ask questions or comment.  They just don’t realize the significance of saying them […]

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Neighborhood Groups, MOMbassador | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

It Takes a Village…or a Neighborhood Group

We’ve all heard the saying “it takes a village” used most commonly when talking about the challenges that come with raising a child. But what about the challenges that come with being a mom? Like never being alone (even in the bathroom) but having that constant feeling of loneliness. Or experiencing middle school all over […]

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