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A Look Back at My Year of Play

This post is brought to you by Let’s Play, an initiative by Dr Pepper Snapple Group that provides kids and families with the tools, places and inspiration to make active play a daily priority by building and improving playgrounds and donating sports equipment to groups in need. All opinions are my own. As a Let’s Play Ambassador, …

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5 Tips & Tricks for Organizing a Backpack

Simple Tips for Keeping Your Child’s Backpack Organized With the start of school, every day your child will be coming home with homework, teacher’s notes, books, reminders and more.  The best way to be sure you see all the important papers and forms and completed homework doesn’t get lost is to keep your child’s backpack …

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Staying Safe as a Single Mom

This post brought to you by contributing writer Jenna. I’ve had friendships with countless single moms over the years. And although these strong women are perfectly capable and okay with being the breadwinner and providing their children with love and support, there are also a few concerns about providing a safe environment. The truth is, …

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The Moments When I Realized I Was Definitely A Mom

That first moment that I clearly remember, was when  my oldest was born and we were spending our first nights in the hospital post c-section. He needed a diaper change so I placed him ever-so-gently on my bed between my  legs and gathered the required materials. His tiny little toes, his cute little bum, ah …

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