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The New Mom Stuff That Just Didn’t Matter

New moms (especially first-time moms) in the age of social media and information overload are inundated with pressure to get this birth/postpartum thing right.  Not sure about your birth plan? Just read 345 blog posts detailing random strangers’ birth stories and you will figure it out.  Car seat choice?  Prepare to do more research and comparison charts […]

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Mom Confession: Our House Is A Princess-Free Zone

From the moment we found out a little girl would join our family, we have been bombarded by the princess culture. “Ohhhh, you’re having a little princess?” and “When is your little princess due?” and “That’s going to be one spoiled little princess!” Baby boy clothes say “Little Slugger” and “Future QB,” but turn to […]

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5 Places to Explore Dallas with Your Jogging Stroller

For many, the crisp fall air (it’s really coming, right?) means football, pumpkin spice lattes, and breaking out the leggings and UGGs. While I love all those things, what excites me most about sweater weather is dusting off my jogging stroller (banished to the garage during summer months) because it’s running weather! Whether you run, [...]
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5 Ways your Toddler is Exactly like your Office Coworker

I recently celebrated the one year anniversary of my current gig as a SAHM to one adorable but demanding boss, and before tackling this grueling occupation I worked an 8-5 office job for 15+ years.  While I definitely miss my work besties, weekly Costco birthday cakes, and lunch gossip, I don’t feel much nostalgia for office culture, or the oodles of […]

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Chivalry is dead? Good thing there’s MOMALVRY.

The other day while mindlessly browsing headlines on twitter (trying to avoid eye contact with my toddler for a 30 minute “break”), I saw an article declaring that “chivalry is dead” and that “old-fashioned” chivalry needs to make a comeback. Not only did this article make me count my lucky stars that I’m not dating in the age […]

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