Momtrepreneur 101-Moms Get Shit Done

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When the laundry is piled high, the baby is crying and the UPS man is knocking at the door, Moms are the women you...

On Reconnecting With My First Born

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A long time ago, it was just you and me. Every day, from the morning when Dad left for work, until the evening when he...

A Song of Motherhood

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Do you have songs that take you back to another time or place in your life? We all do, I imagine. My life has...

Kindergarten Graduation: The Hardest Part

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Becoming a mother has made me acutely aware of how quickly time flies. People tell you over and over how fast time moves post...

Meet Andi – Mother of 9 No Doubt She’s A Daily...

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I never imagined that I’d be a minority statistic – like ever. Hi there! Check out a wee little part of my life as...

Important Life Lessons From My Toddler

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As parents we think we must teach our children so much about the world. We want to prepare them for success in leading their...

My Mom Still Colors Easter Eggs with Me

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Nothing can influence a child’s development more than the interactions with their mother. A mother and a daughter have a special connection. One day...

Meet the Real Daily Moms

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Happy Mother’s Day to all of you beautiful mothers out there! Here at Daily Mom we are known for bringing you useful and informative articles...

“Hey Brady Bunch” A Grandpa’s Take on Baby #4

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Looks like we’re pregnant again. We must be pushing our luck because having baby number 4 apparently is a big deal! After all, the...

10 Tips on How to Live with your Parents Again

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Chances are, you flew the coop a while ago. Whether it’s been 15 years or 15 months, that time of living with your parents...

Having A Baby In A Pandemic: Mourning The Loss Of A...

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2020 has been one for the books. Pandemic, murder hornets, virtual learning, toilet paper shortage, and the list goes on and on. What many...

What Being Separated for a Year Has Taught Me

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I'’m separated… from my husband of would-have-been nine years this past spring. There’s no need to go into the gory details that led to...

Seven Ways to Prevent the Stress of being a WAHM

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It’s been said to be the best of both worlds — being able to work from home while also being home with your children...

Traveling with Children to Portland for the Weekend

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  When thinking about getting on a plane with two 4 year olds and flying 5 hours across the country just to spend 2 days...

BOOKS TO PREPARE AND GIVE YOU CONFIDENCE FOR LABOR

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Birthing a baby, though obviously quite normal, seems to be complicated in today’s culture. From the moment you announce your pregnancy, people will have...

Dear Maya: A Letter from a First Time Mom to Their...

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An open letter to my daughter about the first few weeks of her life, and my unexpected and difficult journey to becoming a mom.

Stop Asking If I’m Dreaming of Having a Baby Girl

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There seems to be a universal misconception out there that every time each one of us has a baby we are automatically ready or...

Screen Time Summer Rules For Kids

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I'll be the first to admit - we have a major screen-time issue in my home. I know it's an ever-present issue, but there are...

Confession: I Don’t Read To My Kids Every Night

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Reading is a fundamental right to our culture and according to readingisfundamental.org, we as parents should start reading to them when they are young...

There Actually Is A “Favorite” Kid

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No one admits it. Everyone seems to deny it. Yet, we all have one. The favorite kid. Whether you have one or going on...

Motherhood Through Our Eyes

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  We come from different parts of the country and have different backgrounds and lifestyles. But the one thing that has bonded us, and has...

A Day in My Life Stefani

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Have you ever looked at someone and wondered what a typical day in their life is like? We bet most of us have. We...

Feeling All the Feels: Sending My Girl to Kindergarten

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  I don’t know how it happened. It’s cliche but it’s true. It seems like yesterday the nurse placed her in my arms for the first...

Single Mom Survival Guide

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Motherhood can be overwhelming. Single motherhood can be completely exhausting! Whether you have always been a single mom or find yourself newly single, we...

He Broke The Cliché – Eli #3 of 9

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When I found out I was pregnant with our third baby, I thought, “This is perfect! I’ve always wanted three kids!” to get out...

What I’ve Learned From Loss

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Grief, although a natural part of life, is a topic most people avoid. At least I used to, until my sister died. The words...

A Complete Family? Not Yet, Says Big Sister, Chloe

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She’s one of the “bigs” but more importantly, my right-hand, underpaid high executive, number 1 daughter. Meet Chloe, she’s the first daughter of our...

My Year With Postpartum Depression – How I Got Better

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My journey with postpartum depression has been long, surprising, and transforming. You can read more about my story in parts 1, 2, and 3....

Please Stop Telling Me I Need a Boy

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“Oh, are you going to try for one more to get your boy?” “I bet Daddy would like a little boy, right?” “Your poor husband!”   “Your high...

REAL LIFE TEXTS FROM A FIRST-TIME-MOM

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Mommin’ isn’t easy – especially for first-time moms. In the few short days (or day) to follow the birth of your fresh, little bundle,...

Don’t Judge Your Motherhood

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It seems like more and more moms are bombarded with perfection. The need to portray this picture perfect life – partly it’s our own...

Why I Stopped Being The “Perfect” Mom

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  Should I breastfeed or bottle feed? Swaddle or co-sleep? Read to them every night or just hold them close? Never yell or keep my...

A Letter To My Children About Postpartum Depression

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To Benjamin, Julia, and William. My dear, sweet babies. I wish I had a different story to tell about the past few years. I wish...

What I Wish I had Known When I put my Career...

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“Now, is not my time. Now, is their time.” Those are the words that I have rehearsed over and over. Words that at times, I...

The Emotional Weight on a Mother’s Shoulders: What I Wish I...

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Everyone has some degree of emotional weight on their shoulders. It is not easy to deal with, but it is unfortunately a very common...

Posts We Love – A Letter From A Working Mom To...

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Being a mom is hard – no matter if you are a working mom, or a stay-at-home-mom, or something in between.  Today, we are...

Easy, Yet Magical Ideas for Elf on the Shelf This Year

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Magical and creative ideas for Elf on the Shelf antics seem to fly off your friends' social media pages throughout the month of December....