Author Archive | Megan G

Christmas Cards- (4)

#nofilter:: My Christmas Card Reality Check

I have always loved Christmas Cards. Every year, I looked forward to the day when the very first festive envelope would arrive. I loved watching them pile up in the sleigh where we stacked our cards. We would go through them like they were baseball cards; picking MVP’s, performing dramatic readings of poems written in earnest, crying as I read aloud from […]

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Preparing your Holiday Calendar

Our Family Holiday Activity Calendar

I am the kind of person who has already started listening to Christmas music. Secretly, in my car, of course – but nonetheless. I love this time of year. I love all things seasonal and special – I love the traditions that go hand-in-hand with Christmas and the holiday season. I’m one of those. Sorry, not sorry. […]

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blending a family

So You’re Blending a Family

Hi, my name is Megan, and I grew up in a blended family. Then I grew up to blend one myself. While the blended family {defined as a family consisting of a couple and their children from this and all previous relationships} is more and more common in today’s world, I haven’t stumbled upon a lot […]

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All the Fall Things

All the FALL Things {a guide to enjoying Sweater Weather like a pro}

I recognize that I am about to sound like a giant stereotype – but I have to tell you all – I LOVE Fall. It is, by far, my favorite time of year. Everything is preferable when it comes between the months of September and November. Clothes are cuter. Coffee tastes better. Everything is more […]

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Ready or Not, Here I Come | Denver Metro Moms Blog

“Ready or Not, Here I Come” – Why you’re actually more ready than you think you are

I never liked playing hide-and-go-seek. Nothing about it appeals to me, even still. You hide – you try for a location clever enough that you won’t be out first, but not so clever you are lost forever in the abyss that is whoever’s enormous, horrible basement you’re hiding in. The children I regularly played hide-and-go-seek with […]

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