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Dear Mom, You are Enough: A Letter From Your Child

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As moms, we are often our own worst critics. But do our children view us this way? "Flip the switch" for a front-row view...

Grasping for Control Straws During Times of Uncertainty

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I like to call myself a recovering perfectionist and functioning control-freak. It’s not the most glowing review of myself, but it’s accurate and authentic....

Summer Safety and COVID-19: A Pediatric Chief’s Tips for the Whole...

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How can you and your family enjoy summer activities during the COVID-19 pandemic? Our friends at Missouri Baptist weigh in! This post is sponsored by...

A Balancing Act: When Physical and Mental Health are at Odds

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The COVID-19 balancing act between physical and mental health is a challenge for moms to maintain, especially when there are no clear answers. Please tell...

How COVID has Changed Childcare and Early Learning | Kiddie Academy...

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The world has changed. And so has Kiddie Academy. See how COVID has changed childcare and early learning.     Our daily processes have changed for the...

My “Summer of Crazy” 2020 Essentials List: Quarantine Edition

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This 2020 Essentials List can breathe fresh air into your summer of quarantining. Gearing up for scene two of the worst real-life play ever written...

Free Photo Editing for Families Welcoming New Babies during COVID-19

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For moms welcoming a new baby under restrictions from COVID-19, having access to free photo editing of their adoption, delivery, or newborn photos is...

The Pandemic Gift of Play: Something for the Whole Family to...

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One of the pandemic silver linings has been discovering the gift of play and having time each day to leisurely unwrap it.   “It’s 10:00!" I...

This Isn’t Homeschooling: No Degree in the World Could Prep Me...

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What we are being asked to do right now isn't homeschooling. Teacher moms know what it means to dedicate themselves to their work, but...

Facing Fear in Motherhood – What COVID-19 is Asking Us All 

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At times, we are asked to face fear in motherhood. When we do, we open our hearts to our purpose.   I was sitting in my...