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  • A Unique Kind of Mom

    A Unique Kind of Mom0

    Taking care of yourself is something that is needed in order to be successful at taking care of others. However, try telling this to a mom who has a hectic lifestyle. Try convincing a mom who has 2 children, 1 having cerebral palsy and the other showing signs of challenges that I have yet to explore.

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  • Manners & The Modern Child: We Are Raising Little Assholes

    Manners & The Modern Child: We Are Raising Little Assholes0

    Yesterday my kid and I had a day. We had one of those days where I was embarrassed to be that mom. I felt the stinging eyes of judgement as she so proudly flaunted how much freedom that I actually allow her to have. She was rude to my friend in the car. She had

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  • 5 Reasons Why Every Mother Should Still Take A Girls Trip

    5 Reasons Why Every Mother Should Still Take A Girls Trip0

    Yesterday I went to see Girls Trip starring Jada Pinkett Smith, Queen Latifah, Regina Hall, and Tiffany Haddish. Don’t worry, I won’t reveal any spoilers in this article but if you haven’t seen it yet, I highly suggest you scoot your butt to your nearest theater and grab some seats, preferably with your closest girlfriends.

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  • Breeze Through Wash Day Featuring Shampoo Buddy

    Breeze Through Wash Day Featuring Shampoo Buddy0

    Wash day may be the most dreaded day in Black parenting history. We usually prep ourselves for melt downs, over dramatic behavior, and undeniable back pain. If you are like us, we have tried many different ways. Sometimes we wash in the bath tub and sometimes we wash in the sink. I have even considered

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  • A Temporarily Single Mom & The Village That Helped Raise Her Child

    A Temporarily Single Mom & The Village That Helped Raise Her Child0

    My name is Stefanie McDonald, and I’m a temporarily single mom. I’m also a Mommy-Blogger, content creator, and entrepreneur. My blog is called My Bump & Grind, and it details my journey of transitioning into motherhood while striving to reach my goals and aspirations. I started this blog when I was about 6 months pregnant.

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  • Thank You Teachers!

    Thank You Teachers!0

    Monday, May 8th marked the start of National Teacher Appreciation Week 2017. In 1953, Eleanor Roosevelt persuaded congress that there should be a National Teacher Appreciation Day. Thanks to her political influence, there was (and still is) a Teacher Appreciation Day! The celebration was observed in March until 1985, but is now observed on the Tuesday of

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