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Mesh Underwear & Other Postpartum Survival Necessities

Mesh Underwear & Other Postpartum Survival Necessities

When I was pregnant with my first baby, everyone talked about labor and delivery.  It was all warnings and just-you-waits and will-you-get-an-epidural and contractions and this-is-how-you-push.  No one…and I mean no one prepared me for what happens after the baby comes out.  The recovery, the postpartum experience, or everything I’d need to survive those first […]

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Weak Stomach - Parenting Woes

Is it Bad if I’m Bleeding; Or, How to Parent on a Weak Stomach

When I was anticipating becoming a mom, I assumed that some of my natural responses to the smell/sight of poop, pee, snot and other bodily fluids would disappear.  “It doesn’t bother you with your own child” the veterans assured me.  I fully believed that the gagging reflex that I succumbed to at the mere mention […]

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BST Post

Neighbors, I’m not dealing drugs. Just selling my kids clothes on the local BST Group!

Neighbors, that random brown paper bag a stranger just picked up from my front porch is not filled with drugs I’m dealing out of my Buckhead home. It’s something I sold to said stranger on the local Buy, Sell, Trade (BST) group (a.k.a. “the exchange”) on Facebook. It’s the only reason I carry cash or have cash in […]

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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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My Go To Costco Shopping List :: 2016 Mom Hour

We are thrilled to partner with Costco for this post. However, we genuinely love what they offer and all opinions are 100% our own! Myth vs. Fact Before I share my obsession love for all things Costco, I think it is important to dispell the biggest rumor I hear.   Myth: They only sell in […]

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