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The Mom Romper For Every Body

We have long adored our children’s wardrobes for their function, adorableness, and comfort.  It was only a matter of time before we stole something for ourselves.  Cue the mom romper!  The romper has come on strong this past year.  If you’ve tried one, you’ll know why.  The comfort level is off the charts and there are so many fun ways to style them. I think we can all agree that every bod is going to want to get in on…

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Blogging With Kids

I have been asked so many times how I manage to keep my blog going while being a mom of three little ones.   My blog involves a lot of time on my part.  Time for taking pictures, time to conceptualize the posts, time to style the looks, time to write, time to edit, and then time on social media to connect with my readers and promote my posts.  It is a labour of love for sure.  Having a creative…

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10 Truths About Motherhood

I thought that instead of a Mother’s Day Giveaway, I would give away some Mommy advice. (see what I did there…lol).  I would not say I a mom expert, but I am experienced so I thought I’d share some things I have learnt along the way.  Some of my advice is silly, some is raw, all of it is true…for me anyhow. Not everything will just come naturally.  Some things you will struggle to find your way with, but eventually…

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One Week of a Stay At Home Mom’s Wardrobe

I wanted to do a fun post to help inspire moms to feel good about themselves when life is feeling anything but glamorous.  So, on went my thinking cap of how to spin it.  I started by going online and researching what kind of information is out there for moms in regards to creating an at home wardrobe. One article I read, from 2014, was written by a mom who was young and tiny and who’s main message was “moms…

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Meal Planning for a Family

I’ve had a couple of questions lately about meal planning and how I do it.  There is no exact science, but I’d be happy to share what has worked for me and my family of five.  It is a lot of work to plan and prepare meals for your family.  With my twins now being one year old and having fully embraced solid foods, I feel like I am constantly preparing food or cleaning up.  Kids are always hungry, so…

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