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Life Before 8am : Sara | Denver Metro Moms Blog

Life Before 8am {Sara}

“See and appreciate the significance in the mundane, in the everyday, in the fleeting.The big moments are important, but some of the best moments are the in-between ones.” – Karen Jacot Photography Life before 8am is usually pretty quiet at our house.  Most weekdays the boys get up around 7am, my husband Mark is out […]

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No More Bah Humbug | Denver Metro Moms Blog

No More Bah Humbug

I don’t know exactly when Christmas lost its magic for me. When it started feeling more like a chore than anything else, but around this time of year, I’m usually over Christmas before it even starts. Much to the dismay of my family. When I was a kid, my parents would go above and beyond […]

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Pass the tissues | Denver Metro Moms Blog

Can someone pass the tissues?

Okay, so I recently wrote about how my body temperature change thing was the most noticeable change that happened to me, post-baby. Well here’s another unexpected change: movie watching. I remember an article going around on Facebook a while back about how having a baby can change your brain chemistry and I totally believe it! […]

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Is it hot in here or is it just me? | Denver Metro Moms Blog

Is it hot in here or is it just me?

As women, we have heard about and experienced the myriad of hormonal and physical changes our body undergoes at different times of our life. Puberty. Periods. Pregnancy. Post-pregnancy. Breastfeeding. Menopause. I’m not sure why men got let off the hook on all of these things, but they got lucky. For me, the biggest change (so […]

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Breastfeeding Two | Denver Metro Moms Blog

Breastfeeding Two

“Even if women are able to breastfeed twins, they may not be able to do it for very long.” “Most moms just can’t physically do it.” “Breastfeeding twins can be difficult and many are not able to do it for more that a few months.” These are some of the words I heard repeatedly in my “Breastfeeding for […]

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Grieving Child

Grieving Kids:: How to help your child through a death loss experience

No one wants to tell their kids that a special person in their life has died or is dying. Children live in a world of fantasy and imagination and that’s where we’d love for them to stay. If only it were that easy. If only we weren’t required to pull them back into the realities […]

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