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The Real Momma | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

The Real Momma

We have all read the books, manuals, and websites on what to do when your child get’s a fever, is teething, or having a meltdown in the middle of the store. Where is that manual when you really need it? Well, after having three kids, the manual was thrown out the window after child 1.5 (teehee!). […]

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{EVENT RECAP} Carnival Soiree at Children’s Learning Adventure – Milton

Our first family friendly event did not disappoint! From bowling and cooking to a magic show, there was entertainment for the entire family at the Carnival Soiree hosted by our partners at Children’s Learning Adventure – Milton. No space was left unexplored and no activity was left untouched. Bowling, cookie decorating, basketball, and carnival eats were […]

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Toddler Hotel Stay 101 | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

Toddler Hotel Stay 101

We recently took our first road trip since our move to Atlanta. No, it wasn’t for a fun holiday to some place like Disney. My toddler and I accompanied my husband on his business trip to Augusta. This wasn’t our first business trip together. Before we moved, my husband was constantly traveling for work, and […]

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How I accidentally potty trained my son | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

How I Accidentally Potty Trained My Son

Disclaimer: I am not a professional. This is not a how-to or advice piece. It is simply our crazy adventure with this major toddler milestone.  Potty training. I dreaded it. Like many of you, I belong to a couple online parenting groups. And, I heard the horror stories. The really scary ones!   So like […]

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Mommy through the Looking Glass | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

Mommy Through the Looking Glass

Winter always hits my family hard. With multiple children, germs come and go so often, you’d think our house was a CDC research lab. My husband and I are old hands at the runny nose/scratchy throat phenomenon. Most often, we’re the “tough it out, you’ll be fine” parents. Occasionally, though, one of our offspring scores […]

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