Prepared and Not Prepared: Things They Can’t Say

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Allison is a blogger and SAHM to a six year old daughter and four year old boy/girl twins. She’s a bookworm and loves to cook as long as she doesn’t have to do the dishes afterwards. On her blog Twingle Mommy, she writes about her parenting adventures, marriage, and recipes that her kids will actually […]

Because Sometimes Mom Misses: A Thank You

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Rox is a single mother to a 7-year-old superhero and Doctor Who fanatic (okay, he gets it from her!) living in the biggest little city and blogging about her journey here at Unintentionally Brilliant. She has about 5 novels in progress and dreams about completing one before her son goes to high school. Professionally, Rox […]

Secondary Infertility Is Tricky Like That

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Kara Anderson is a writer and homeschooling mom, driven by an unknown force to write everything down. She takes too many pictures and never leaves home without a notebook. Find her at Quill and Camera or on Facebook or Twitter. Most days, it’s OK. What am I talking about? It’s always OK. But mostly, it […]

How a Mom of 12 Gets All that Laundry Done

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Sandy is biological mom to 12 children ages 3 to 29 (no multiple births) and yes, all with her high school sweetie. They have been happily married for 30 years. They live in Utah where she chases kids around, plays a little basketball, and writes daily on her blog, Twelve Makes A Dozen. She has […]

I’m Just a Stay-At-Home Mom

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Stacey is a SAHM to 7 children from the ages of 14 down to 2. She is a long-time blogger at Stacey’s Mothering Moments, crazy runner, musician and published writer.  She has decided to laugh her way through Motherhood in order to save her sanity.  “What do you do, ma’am?” She asks while I peruse […]

What No One Ever Told Me About Blogging

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Jessica is a freelance writer, editor, and blogger who lives in upstate New York. She writes about parenting and education at her blog, School of Smock and partners with Stephanie Sprenger (of Mommy, For Real) on a collaborative blog and book project about female friendship called The HerStories Project. Although she has a doctorate in […]

That is Beautiful: Things They Can’t Say

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Laura is a military wife & Mama who loves Jesus, her boys (and soon to be girl!), Kentucky basketball, costume jewelry, traveling, flowers & good food. You can find her little corner of the web at Storybook Reality where she blogs about all of the above! Today in the car on the way to meet […]

I Save Words: Things They Can’t Say


Tracie Nall is a writer and homeschooling mom living in Florida with her husband, tween daughter, and more books than her shelves will hold. She has been blogging at From Tracie since 2006, and spends way too much time on social media. Tracie loves office supplies, and takes pictures of things that are yellow. I […]

The Writer’s Breath

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Chris Carter is a SAHM of two pretty amazing grade school kids. She has been writing at for almost three years, where she hopes to encourage mothers everywhere through her humor, inspiration and faith. Something happens. There’s magic in that moment. It hits. Awakens a part of you that goes beyond your moving, doing, […]

Dear Birthday Parties, I Hate You

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Kate Canterbury is a layabout who likes to write. She if officially a blogger but is till waiting for Instagrammer to be a title. You can find her writing about sleep, food, beer, and kids on her blog The Guavalicious Life. Find her on EVERY social media outlet possible posting under the non de plume […]