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June 2015 Activity Calendar

June is full of sunny days and fresh fruits and vegetables. It is time to get out and enjoy the sunshine with your kiddos! read more

we love

Feeding America

Feeding America is the largest domestic hunger-relief organization in the U.S. and helps provide food to over 46 million people each year. It all began in Phoenix, Arizona, more than five decades ago when John van Hengel was volunteering in a soup kitchen. read more

honestly

What I Wish I Had Known about Motherhood

Motherhood is not natural. Well, for me it isn’t. I love my girls. I love being a mom, but for me, the mommy-learning curve was ginormous! Today my girls are 15, 12 and 10, and there are a few things I now know about being a mom I wish I had known then. read more

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Hello, Dearest

Yes, dearest, if you look close enough you’ll notice we changed our name. We wanted to use a word that felt a little more personal because you are dear to us. Moms traveling on this road, raising the next generation of the world are best when we’re raising all these little people together. read more

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One Mom’s Approach to Panhandling

“What does that sign say?” A question I often hear from the backseat as we’re stopped at an intersection. I’m aware of the person standing on the corner asking for money, and I know my passengers’ questions are inevitable. read more