Heavy Parenting Questions: Things They Can’t Say

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Andrea is a native New Yorker living in NC who has become quite accustomed to wearing flip flops year-round. A licensed clinical social worker, she spends her free time volunteering for a number of organizations supporting women (more specifically, mothers) in need of a reminder that they are not alone. Andrea blogs at Good Girl […]

Things They Can’t Say: My Biggest Fear as a Parent

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2013 Family Expert for P&G’s Have You Tried This Yet? Trend Trio, Tina is a mom of two active boys and the founder of Life Without Pink, a personal lifestyle blog focused on parenting, and raising boys to give other parents inspiration. You’ll find everything from cool gadgets, daily adventures, to personal stories and tips […]

I Love Being a Working Mom: Things They Can’t Say

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Raki Wright is a wife, mom of two, coffee drinker, list maker, and one of our frugal living/money saving contributor. She puts her UNC Tarheels’ degree in Communication Studies to use at an advertising agency and her hands-on experience as a working mom to use on her blog Outside the Box Mom. I have a […]

Being a Mama Bear: Things They Can’t Say

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Jennifer is a SAHM to a Teen Girl and Little Man, wife and caregiver to her husband, and a blogger living in rainy Western Washington state. She chooses to “dance in the rain” in spite of her difficulties, enjoying TV, movies, music, yarn, coffee, liquor and laughter! I’m a protective mom. Not in the “helicopter […]

The In-Between Mom: Things They Can’t Say

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Molly Jo Realy is the founder of New Inklings Press, author of The Unemployment Cookbook, and two digital devotions. She is an award-winning creative writer and currently volunteers as Social Media Marketer for the High Desert Chapter of California Writers Club as well as author Aaron D. Gansky. When she’s not working, she’s writing. Her […]

Things They Can’t Say: I Want Her to Get a Role in the School Play

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Cheryl Pollock Stober is a wife, mother of two, VP and product manager at an investment firm, and blogger at BusySinceBirth.com. Cheryl has been trying to figure out how to have it all, at the exact same time, for as long as she can remember. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times Motherlode […]

Season of Pruning: Things They Can’t Say

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Jill Robbins is a wife and mother living in sunny San Antonio. She writes about post adoption life and random mom topics at Ripped Jeans and Bifocals. She enjoys running, dry wine and dry humor, and Lily Pulitzer (because it hides all the crap her kids spill and her imperfect abs). She loves sarcasm, and […]

When a Neighbor Thinks You’re Endangering Your Child

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Jenna Farelyn, author of the blogs The Frelle Show and Made More Beautiful, has been a fan of all things social media since 1993. She lives in suburban Raleigh, North Carolina with her four children, loves her music loud, and her coffee cream-and-sugared within an inch of its life. Jenna and her boyfriend, The Viking, […]

What It’s Like to Lose a Friend

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Lea Grover is a writer and toddler-wrangler living on Chicago’s South Side. When she isn’t cultivating an impressive dust bunny collection she waxes philosophic about raising interfaith children, marriage after a terminal cancer diagnosis, and vegetarian cooking. Her blog, Becoming SuperMommy, won second runner up in Blogger Idol. Sometimes it’s hard to be friends with somebody you’ve known […]