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The Bittersweet End of Summer in Minnesota

“I miss snow,” my son declared from the backseat. “Bite your tongue,” I thought to myself as we absorbed the hot summer day. It was only months ago that we were inside our house bunkering down because of the cold weather. Yet, here we were in the next seasonal change, I didn’t want to go […]

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4 Things to Focus On for Family Photos

September in Minnesota heralds the arrival of a new school year, football season and beautiful colors.  It’s also the time of year when many moms decide to corral everyone for an updated family photo.   And why not?  Minnesota is well known and loved for its distinctly separate and beautiful seasons. Minnesota in the fall […]

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When Your Friend Has Cancer: How to Help

Living with cancer is a marathon. It is mentally and physically exhausting for the patient and their caregiver. It is a disease that leaves no part of their lives or family untouched. The daily needs change fast. Life quickly begins revolving around doctor appointments, second opinions, surgeries, treatment, and unexpected complications. When this exhausting disease […]

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Fit in 20 Minutes? Yes Please!

Our partners at The Exercise Coach invited one of our writers to try out their new facility in Eden Prairie! Read about Terrae’s experience with their 20-minute workout and how she found it to be a great fit for a busy mom! Plus, find out how you can check out their programs for a discounted […]

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Leaving a Legacy

What do you want to be remembered for? How are you going to leave your legacy?  This probably sounds like a dark topic but it’s a question that has been on my hubby’s and my mind lately. I’m not sure why this has been on our minds so much. Maybe it’s because we just welcomed our second […]

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Read a Book Day

“Read a book!” It’s a constant refrain in our household. My three-year olds’ clamor for books to be read to them all day long. They can sit through a stack of books the way other kids can sit through entire movies. My youngest, now a year and a half, surprised us all at 10 months […]

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The Value of Motherhood

When did motherhood lose its value as a profession? True, there is no formal exchange of payment for services rendered, but motherhood pays in ways not considered official currency. You cannot put a value on that extra cuddle. Motherhood is one of the most difficult, yet rewarding jobs out there, though seemingly little value is […]

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