Parenthood

Life As A Human – even when you don’t feel like one

As moms, we spend a lot of time worrying about the needs of others. If you’re out in the workforce, you now have to please people not only at home, but in the workplace as well. Because of this, we often let our needs fall by the wayside. Our hair isn’t so fancy, we don’t…… Continue reading Life As A Human – even when you don’t feel like one

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Things I’ve learned

Before I became The Mom I thought that I knew everything. While I never voiced those opinions (for the most part), I was confident that they were accurate and would lead me through motherhood like bunnies hopping through a meadow with unicorns lighting the way.  Then came Peanut.  I quickly discovered that motherhood was more like…… Continue reading Things I’ve learned

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A video review! What whaaaat!

 We got the magnets for our MagneTree Books storybook today and I was so excited that I had to do a vlog! Boo's in it, so there's extra inspiration to go watch! Go to our Facebook Page to check it out!!!! #lifeasajewishmom #boymom #supportsmallbusinesses #readtoyourkids #magnetreebooks 💤📔📚📖

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Life as a Couple – with kids

When The Dad and I got married in 2010, we knew that kids were on our horizon. We figured that we’d have 3 and if a 4th showed up, that would be ok. Then we had Peanut. We thought that 1 was not the loneliest number… For us as parents, anyway. Prior to The ‘Nut’s arrival, we led a…… Continue reading Life as a Couple – with kids

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Life as a Mom… Without my Mom

In high school there were 2 girls that I hung out with regularly; one was (and still is) my biffle (A-Bear!) and the other was a girl that I am still friends with (though through Facebook as I live 4hrs away). We all had a mom, dad and brothers and loved Heath Ledger. In high…… Continue reading Life as a Mom… Without my Mom

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Red Rover, Red Rover, send THAT mommy over!

I didn’t make friends easily as a child. Elementary school, where friends should be the easiest to make, was difficult for me. I was never tall enough, skinny enough, pretty enough or in possession of the necessary cool things. I wouldn’t say that I was bullied, I just wasn’t… Popular. Now, that’s not to say…… Continue reading Red Rover, Red Rover, send THAT mommy over!