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How to Help a Struggling Reader

I had the privilege of sitting down with our local Children’s Librarian, Miss Margaret, to learn how libraries can help kids and families. I thought I was pretty library-savvy before, but I learned so much! Here are some things she shared that are helpful not only for those mamas with struggling or disinterested readers, but […]

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Accepting Yourself (On Being Authentic)

{Photo credit: Anna Lygocki Photography} “It’s peaceful,” is what I normally tell people who ask what it’s like not to hear. I don’t hear anything. I’m Deaf. With hearing aids, I hear noise or cues that help me understand what I’m hearing. Being able to take out my hearing aids and shut off all noise is […]

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A Twin Cities Mom’s Guide to the Month of April 2017

It's spring! Hooray! We all survived another winter season and are probably suffering a bit from cabin fever. No worries! We've got you covered. We’re here to help you keep your sanity by bringing these fun Twin Cities activities all together in one easy guide so you don’t miss a thing! This is month #4! [...]
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Chiropractic Care & Allergies with Seasons Family Chiropractic

Disclosure: Our partners at Seasons Family Chiropractic are here to discuss how pediatric chiropractic care can help with allergies. Hear about one of our contributor’s experiences at their offices and find out how you can find a pediatric chiropractor in your area!I am familiar with chiropractic care for adults since I’ve been going in for […]

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Experience the Summer of a Lifetime at WeHaKee Camp for Girls

Disclosure: We have partnered with WeHaKee Camp for Girls to tell you all about their incredible summer camp. Read about how the girls in your life can enjoy a unique experience they will never forget! Many organizations have a mission statement that may guide them as they make decisions impacting how that organization goes about doing its […]

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That Time I Tried a Tri(athlon)

Once upon a time, I signed up for an indoor triathlon – a swim in the pool, ride on a stationary bike and run around a track (times a million). Maybe I was sleep deprived. Maybe the cold, dark winter was getting to me. Or maybe I just needed to get out of my comfort […]

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