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honestly

This Mother is Trading Facebook for Face-Time

He stares up at me with his father's eyes and it's five in the morning, books strewn all over his bed and his two year old hands reaching up to touch my face. No, I'm shaking my head, no, it's not time to get up yet, but it's too late. He's up. read more

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How to Be Beautiful No Matter the Day

And that's what these African women taught me--that my circumstance does not determine my soul. That how I lift my head and dress my body and do my hair is up to me. We can change our surroundings by dressing in bright colors. We can bring light to a dark place by how we walk into it. read more

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Noticing What’s Right in Front of Me

“Look” her voice was not whiny or demanding, it was awe struck. “Look Mommy each one is different.” And isn’t this cliché? I thought. My child taking time to smell the roses, teaching me to see with new eyes. read more

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Moms Who Change the World, Part One

Every Thursday this month, we are going to share the story of a mom who is changing the world. Because, together, we moms change the world on a daily basis. read more

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Celebrate the Little Things

I practically came out of the womb with a to-do list in my hand. So with Will, my first child, I attacked things such as potty training and teaching him to dress himself with the precision of a special operations team member. In my mind, these were tasks easily conquered. read more