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Poppin’ Tags: Your Guide to Thrift and Consignment in the Seacoast

Let’s talk thrift. Any parent is well aware of how quickly children’s clothing turns over in the average household. If you have a child under the age of two, that cycle is even shorter. Whether it be a growth spurt, unrepairable tears, or excessive stains, some say that the fast-moving fashion industry took it’s cue […]

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Being The Mean Mommy: When (And How) To Discipline Someone Else’s Kid

We’ve heard it a zillion times: “it takes a village!”   But does this philosophy apply to collaborative discipline when the kid acting out is not our own?  It’s a touchy subject, for sure, but one that begs for etiquette answers amidst a culture with no clear guidebook. The good news is that from a […]

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Beyond the Birthing Plan: A Conversation on Maternal Health with Oceanside Physical Therapy

It’s been about a month since I visited Oceanside Physical Therapy for my first prenatal consultation. With less than four weeks left until my due date, I have two things on my mind: maternal health and a birthing plan. The news is all a splash these days over the rise of maternal mortality during childbirth […]

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Twelve Tells That Your Mom Game is Strong

In an era of social media where mom-shaming and judgmental feedback is ripe across the internet, I would like to recognize the undervalued importance of your mom game.  You may not realize it, but I see you. I see you at the park, in the grocery store, at the library, or around town. You’re trying […]

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Why I Became a Direct Sales Mom

Let’s be honest; Direct Sales companies get a bad rap. Many unfortunately equate these companies with pyramid schemes, pink Cadillacs, pushy multi-level marketing tactics, and over-priced luxury gimmicks. Maybe you, my dear reader, are one of these skeptics. I get it. I was there, too, once. And then I went from being a full-time professional […]

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