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Style for the Postpartum and Nursing Mom

Fall is here. You feel the chill in the air, which makes it (even) harder to pull yourself out of your cozy bed in the morning. You find yourself incorporating apples into every recipe (apple crisp, butternut squash and apple ravioli, homemade applesauce, apple butter on toast, etc.). The sun is setting earlier, which used […]

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Coffee: Happiness in a Mug

My husband recently questioned a common theme around motherhood… Cold coffee. And guess what ladies? He has a solution, and it’s something he wants me to share with all you coffee-reheating and coffee-slogan-wearing mamas (this includes me). A Thermos! I know, genius, right? No more reheating that darn cold coffee or complaining about forgetting it […]

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Excuses, Embarrassment, and the Weights We Carry

It was a passing comment, but it weighed a lot. “I wish she wasn’t using a pacifier. She wouldn’t be using one… I mean, I didn’t want her using one, but… well, we ended up needing to.” Almost apologetic, my friend prefaced putting the pacifier in her child’s mouth, giving us the full disclaimer to […]

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Moms on the Run | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Moms on the Run: Empowering Busy Moms through ‘Fitness, Fun and Friendship’

Our partners at Moms on The Run are here to tell you about how you can get connected with a community of women in your neighborhood to not only improve your fitness, but build lifelong friendships as well. Read more about the story behind Moms on The Run plus see how you can join this […]

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20 Minute Workout, Yes Please! | Twin Cities Moms Blog

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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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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