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Deciding to Stay Home

Sometimes this crazy, unpredictable military life can bless us with some unexpected opportunities and experiences. For me, this came in the form of a three-year break from my career while we were stationed overseas. At the time, I saw it as an opportunity to step back from the chaos of trying to balance a full-time […]

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Nothing at All: A Poem for the SAHM

A friend gave me a call Asked what I had been up to Without giving it a thought, I replied: Nothing, nothing at all   Turning off lights Walking down the hall Feeling oh so tired From doing nothing, nothing at all   Around 9 in the morning A friend gave me a call Asked […]

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Surviving the Summer When You Work From Home

Surviving the Summer When You Work From Home

As a work from home mom, summer often feels like a mixed bag. On the one hand, I look forward to a more relaxed schedule and less running around. I certainly don’t miss getting up at the crack of dawn to pack backpacks and lunches. And while the lazy days of summer mean a little […]

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These Are The Goold Old Days

These Are “The Good Old Days”

I didn’t get anything done today.   My “to do” list fell by the wayside when my 6-month old woke up from her nap ten minutes in and needed to be snuggled back to sleep. There I sat, trapped beneath a sleeping baby who may abandon the nap altogether if I tried to put her […]

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The Many Hats of Modern Moms

The words “fashion-forward” and motherhood don’t often go hand-in-hand. Of course, there’s always the impossibly put together mom at play group who manages to rock heeled boots and flawless make-up while juggling a 2-year-old and a perfectly round baby bump. But for most of us, discount leggings and well-worn flats are all that we can […]

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I’m a SAHM … But I Miss My Job

Hi, I’m a stay at home mom and I have a confession to make: I miss my job. You see, I’ve been a working mom the last five years. While I worked full-time as a high school English teacher, my twin daughters attended a wonderful daycare.  Being a working mom was something in which I […]

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