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Things to Keep in Your Purse to Make it Look Like You’ve Got Your $#!& Together

I learned a trick, you guys, and I’m here today to share it with you. It’s about how to make it look like you’ve got your mess together – 24/7. And don’t worry – it doesn’t actually entail having your mess together. We can all breathe a collective sigh of relief.   It’s this little thing my daughter […]

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Five Spring Fashion Trends to Wear Right Now

Spring is upon us.  And before we get any further, let’s congratulate ourselves for making it through another Colorado winter.  Although, as a native, I am feeling the winters are much milder than those in my childhood memories.  As we start to shed those North Face’s, Sorels, and beanies, I wanted to share FIVE spring […]

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Tips for Your Picky Eater

Tips and Tricks for Managing Your Picky or Resistant Eater

Picky eaters. We all know them. Maybe you’re even one of them. From an outsider’s perspective it might not seem like a big deal, but when you’re the parent of a picky eater and every meal becomes a battle, it can be exhausting. As the parent of one picky eater and one adventurous eater, I […]

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Wearable Tracker

What Happened When We Got Our Son A Wearable Tracker

With three boys spanning 14 years, it’s not hard to believe our youngest thinks he’s older than his actual years. And truth be told, in many ways, that’s true. Not older, like his big brother who is an old soul, but a strong-willed, independent guy. A guy who wants to ride his bike and be […]

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Pregnancy Brain Isn't a Myth | DMMB

Pregnancy Brain: New Study Shows It’s Not All In Your Head

You’ve probably heard the phrase “baby brain” or “pregnancy brain” used to describe feeling foggy or unfocused while pregnant. In the past, “pregnancy brain” has been dismissed by some researchers as a myth. Now, new research reveals that “baby brain” is not, in fact, all in your head. A recent study in the Medical Journal […]

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