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Mommy Mileage: How We Travel the Stages | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

Mommy Mileage: How We Travel Through the Stages

This is a rock.  I dumped it and its friends in my yard years ago. The recent rains have drifted them back into my life.  This rock was inventory from a previous job. It was awarded to clients for the number of miles they carpooled, biked, telecommuted, or took MARTA.  Why did they end up […]

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Crumbs in my Jimmy Choo {And I love it} | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

Crumbs in my Jimmy Choo

I’ve got crumbs in my Jimmy Choo bag. Greasy handprints on my jeans.  Stones missing from my jewelry and stilettos begging to be seen.  Remnants of a past life, shelved temporarily.  I’ve got crumbs in my Jimmy Choo bag, and yet I feel so free. Free from tiny pencil skirts and Spanx strangling my waist.  […]

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6 Ways You can Get a Better Night's Sleep | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

6 Ways YOU can get a better night’s sleep

May is National Better Sleep Month and we are proud to partner with Piedmont Healthcare to bring you a series about sleep. A special thanks to Piedmont Healthcare for providing their expertise on this topic and others throughout the year.Moms give their all to the ones they love—juggling hectic schedules and managing the demands of […]

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What can I bring to a Peanut Free Party? | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

What Can I Bring to a Peanut-Free Party?

With the school year coming to a close, and BBQs on the horizon, parties are on the forefront of many of our minds. The tricky part is that with 1 in every 13 kids having a food allergy, the menu can be a bit tricky. Everyone wants to know, “Well, what can I bring?” – […]

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On Manners and "Parentspeak" | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

On Manners and “Parentspeak”

I recently read an article in the Wall Street Journal, a generally reliable source of information, but I have to say that in this instance I just Do. Not. Agree. The article, “The Wrong Way to Speak to Children”, warns against parentspeak and the predictable way that we talk to our children. Giving and teaching coined responses to everyday […]

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