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5 things we changed about our mornings so we can finally be (gasp) EARLY TO SCHOOL

5 things we changed about our mornings so we can finally be (gasp) EARLY TO SCHOOL

I’m late to everything. Literally, my family says “I’ll be late to my own funeral” and my friends take bets on when exactly I’ll arrive. My husband’s family is from Colombia and they joke that they run on Latin time. Which I thought wasn’t really a thing until we had to tell his grandparents that […]

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My Quiet Toddler: Supporting Your Child’s Language Development

As parents, we obsess about whether or not our child is meeting milestones. I’m a first time mom and my son just turned 19 months old, which means we’re almost at that “2 year mark”. I’m also a constant worrier and right now what’s heavy on my mind is my little boy’s language development. Every […]

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Coast to Coast Bucket List: Summer Vacations Destinations for Florida Families

​There are so many amazing destinations from Florida’s coast to coast that it would be impossible to list them all! This year I decided that as a family we would make a bucket list of local destinations to explore that is right here in Central Florida and within driving distance! Let’s start on the East […]

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Breakfast Smoothie Popsicles

Every parent knows how creative you have to be in order to make sure your kids are eating healthy. The last few week my little girl has been addicted to popsicles. I’ve even caught her going to the freezer in the morning and try sneaking one for breakfast! I didn’t even know she could open […]

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Three things you can do to help your children prepare for a divorce

Going through a divorce is difficult, painful and stressful but even more so for your children. Preparing in advance can assist the children in going through this transitional period. It is important to keep in mind the best interests of the children and encourage your spouse to work with you as a co-parent in dealing […]

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Stumbling Toward the Last Day of School

Today I was taunted by a box of tissues. Not even Kleenex, mind you,  but generic Target up & up™ brand tissues. The tissues sit in a bin in our utility room next to a disgustingly dirty backpack and mock me by representing the memory of “enthusiastic August mom” while laughing at “stumbling toward the last day of school May mom.” […]

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