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Dec29
Snipping the Safety Net

Snipping the Safety Net

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I’ve always been the “Mean Mom” and it’s weird to pull back and let my nearly-adult teen make her own choices, but I have to trust her. It turns out, I do.

Dec24
Zen and the Art of Molasses Cookies

Zen and the Art of Molasses Cookies

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Through years of challenges, one cookie has steadied me every single holiday season. Is it magic? Maybe. I’m not going to rule it out.

Dec23
Milk Carton Christmas Village Craft

Milk Carton Christmas Village Craft

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Lots of holiday company and lots of creamy delicious holiday desserts has brought an abundance of milk and cream cartons through our refrigerator and instead of just tossing them this year I washed them out and saved them to upcycle and craft into a simple Christmas village!

Dec23
The Friendship is Really Over When You Stop Sending a Holiday Card

The Friendship is Really Over When You Stop Sending a Holiday Card

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When do you know it’s time to take someone off your holiday card list? Or is sending cards a life time commitment?

Dec22
My Toddler Is Pulling Out Hair…Her OWN

My Toddler Is Pulling Out Hair…Her OWN

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A toddler is falling asleep by self-soothing and pulling out tufts of her own hair. Clearly her mom is concerned. What can she do?

Dec21
20 Parenting Truths: Holiday Edition

20 Parenting Truths: Holiday Edition

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It’s once again that magical time of year when you take beautiful photos of your kid screaming her lungs out on Santa’s lap and your children are playing soccer in the house with your favorite tree ornament. There are some universal truths about parenthood – especially during the holidays.

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