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Caitlin Ladd

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Caitlin is a mama of two boys, Harrison (2014) and Anderson (2019) and wife to George living in St. Charles, Mo. A St. Louis transplant who came to area for college and never left, Caitlin is continuously busy, exploring all the fun that St. Louis has to offer and truly, making it her hometown. As a working mom, she’s all about embracing this season of life and what it means to “have it all” as a wife and mom of two littles.
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Taking Up Space: Stepping Out from Behind the Camera

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Mamas, we all know that feeling. We sit and reminisce (often after our littles are in bed) about recent vacations or holidays that have passed; scrolling through our phone's camera roll realizing that outside...
turquoise water lapping on the shoreline as the sun rises in the distance

Playing It Safe: Planning Family Travel in the Times of Covid

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The term "family fun" during Covid definitely feels like an oxymoron and, honestly, can be overwhelming considering all the differing opinions, precautions, and inherent risks. Eager to use those travel vouchers or capitalize on...
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Love Is In The Air: At-Home Date Nights For You and Your Valentine

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February is the perfect month to plan some at-home date nights!   Ahhhh, February! The second month of the year, or as some see it, the month of love. Beyond love, February, especially Valentine's Day, gives...

It’s Soup Season: Four Simple Soups to Warm You Up This Winter

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With the temperatures dropping and indoor dining restrictions becoming stricter, eating at home is hopefully becoming more appealing. But if you're like me, you're stuck in a rut and opening and closing your refrigerator,...

Please Don’t Tear The Tree Down: Making Holiday Magic with Toddlers

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Ditch the stress this year and make some holiday magic with your toddlers.   Toddler /ˈtäd-lər/noun: a young child who is just beginning to walk and has a deep fondness for tormenting holiday decor.   Squishy, cute, and cuddly...

Handling Toxic Positivity Amidst Diagnosis

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As the intimate and unique details of a mother's birth story, a child's diagnosis story is much the same. And depending on how traumatic it can be, the mother of a special needs child...

Four Fall Cocktails To Lift Your Seasonal (Pandemic) Spirits

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Raise your glass to fall cocktails that you can make at home! If there’s anything I’ve learned during this pandemic, it’s that I’m one heck of an at-home bartender.   Of course, being together as a family,...
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Conquering (inner) Criticism in the Times of Covid: A Working Mom’s Tale

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“Mama, breathe, there’s no award for being the hardest working mom of the year.”   This is more a reminder for myself, but if it is helpful for you—PLEASE take it. Thinking you’re the only one...

No More Sorrys, I Need More Storytellers and Disruptors

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Social injustices are dominating our conversations. We never should have grown silent to them. We need to learn, speak up, and listen. We all have responsibilities, and they do not fade when the news...

Lessons From the Mothers that Came Before Me: Journey To Motherhood

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  Who you are as a mother can be a product of the mothers that came before you. What you do with the lessons you gather in life depends on how well you were listening.   This...