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When You’re Aware Something’s Not Right: PCOS Awareness Month

In high school, I once got a menstrual period so bad that I blacked out in class, got dragged to the nurse’s office by a classmate, and threw up in the principal’s private bathroom.  I never knew when my period could start, which meant I often bled through my pants in public with no warning.  […]

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Twin Cities Pediatric Resource Guide | Twin Cities Moms Blog

2017 Twin Cities Pediatric Resource Guide

Parenting is a privilege and a joy. It can also leave you with so many questions, especially regarding care for your children and it can become overwhelming when you begin to research all of your options. University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital understands how that can feel and we’re so grateful to them for sponsoring this incredible resource. We would [...]
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Back To School Meal Prep Tips & Tricks | Twin Cities Moms Blog

My Secret to Back-to-School Sanity: Meal Prep Tips & Tricks

Our partners at Driscoll’s know the importance of feeding our families healthy and nutritious food, even during the busiest seasons of life. Read on for suggestions from our contributor Monica, in partnership with Driscoll’s, on how you can take the stress out of meal planning this fall by utilizing some tips and tricks in your […]

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The Lies Motherhood Will Tell You

Real women get pregnant right away. That was the first lie. It made me feel flawed before I could even identify what I was thinking. A few months went by with my unwanted period arriving on time, a bloody announcement of what did not exist. I googled “average time to conceive” over and over, desperate […]

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A Healthy Way of Life with good2grow and Life Time Fitness

Our partners at good2grow invited our contributor, Debbie, to attend their Back to School festival at Lifetime Fitness in Chanhassen. Read about how both good2grow and Lifetime Fitness promote a healthy way of life for children and families! good2grow is a family favorite in our home, so my daughter was excited to bring her family […]

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Alone Time

I don’t do “alone.”  I am a middle child, never without a sibling to antagonize.  I am a serial dater, finding myself in a relationship pretty much continuously since I was 16.  I am an extrovert with a side of people-pleaser, desperate to perform and be affirmed.  But here’s the catch: I have had a […]

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Where to Really Find the Time to Work Out

I was a religious morning worker-outer B.C. (before child). But A.C., the logistics of getting a tiny human and myself out the door, an unfortunately loud shower pipe that shares a wall with said human’s bedroom and swapping workout time with my husband keep me from the blissful 5 a.m. runs I used to love. […]

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A Berry Merry Morning with Driscoll’s

We have partnered together with our sponsors, Driscoll’s, to create this special event. Read all the details below, plus find out how you can enter their Minnesota Exclusive ‘Berry Together’ Sweepstakes to win a trip to Madden’s on Gull Lake!We had an absolutely wonderful morning hosting members of our executive, event, writing and mombassador teams, […]

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Why Measles Is A Big Deal | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Why the Recent Measles Outbreak is a Big Deal

Our partners at the Minnesota Department of Health are here to share facts about the recent measles outbreak and what it means for our community. Jennifer Heath, RN, MPH, DNP (and a mom herself!) gives us insight on the level of impact this illness has had on Minnesota. One morning in mid-April, I went through […]

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I Know You’d Like to Think Your Pits Don’t Stink – A Summer Guide to Natural Deodorant

I am a sweaty little human being – I run hot, and once I overheat it’s a runaway train of sweat and stink. So while most people think of Minnesota summers and conjure images of lakes, rooftop patios, and picnics, I think of the crescent-shaped sweat stains my butt leaves behind, desperately seeking clothing for […]

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