As our son inches towards his second birthday this summer, my husband and I have begun having the "talk." Yep, the talk about having another baby. We're currently in third kid limbo. Or I should say, I'm in third...
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Dream Big Cafe

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I love a chance to do something for a great cause, and I got my chance a few weeks ago when I saw that Cordova-based Dream Big Cafe opened. Not only did I get to do lunch with one of...
Being a single mother raising children with special needs can be overwhelming. In a perfect world, every mother would have the option of being able to stay at home, to commit their time and energy into the development of...
Sometimes in the hustle and bustle of every day life, we forget important things, like kindness. I had a  couple of good reminders this week about kindness and its reach. On Tuesday, Livy (my 5 year old), had two different...
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Happy (Inclusive) Halloween

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Halloween is my 5 year old’s favorite holiday! She can’t get enough of  “The Great Pumpkin” and requests to visit the pumpkin patch daily. While she loves Halloween, I have a love/hate relationship with it. No, I’m not a...
My daughter, Livy, recently turned 5 years old and we knew it was time. Time for her first "friend party." When locating “just the right spot” we had a few more factors to look for than the average family....
My sweet little girl turned 10 and became a tween. Then my tween hit puberty. That was the moment I wished I had a boy! Initially everything was fine. She was still that sweet, shy girl that cracked a joke...
I’ve been a special needs mama for five years now. As time goes on, I often think back to my first year of being a Mama. I think of all the things I wish people had said or done...
When you become pregnant, something magical happens. You become protective of this teeny, tiny person that you have never met. You do everything in your power to make sure you are eating healthy, exercising, taking your prenatal vitamins, etc. You...
Parenting a child with a disability changes the way you view life. It can lead you to places you never thought you’d go. For me, it’s lead me to become an advocate for my child and other children with...

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50 Ways to Celebrate the 4th of July at Home

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Staying home doesn't mean forgoing family fun this 4th of July! We've listed 50 ways to help you make some amazing memories this summer....