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3 Ways to Build Confidence in Children

Show of hands. Who grew up timid, anxious, and shy…. always choosing to sit in the back of the classroom, and never raised your hand because you lacked self-confidence (basically did not believe in yourself)??? That. was. me.  I’m  a mom now, and although my confidence has increased, I know the struggle is difficult for many people to […]

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Sleep Solutions When Visiting Family

Are you visiting family in the near future? Visiting family and honoring your child’s sleep can be challenging. Inevitably your child’s sleep environment will change, their schedule might get interrupted, and frankly, sleeping your whole family at someone else’s home can be awkward.   The last thing that we need when we stay with family is […]

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Saying yes to “Yes Day”.

Saying yes to “Yes Day” It all started with this picture of Jennifer Garner on Instagram.  First of all, if that’s the way Jennifer looked after a “Yes Day” with her 3 children, then there’s no hope for me. That’s the way I look at the end of most days when I’m just trying to […]

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You Are Beautiful

Every few months or so it seems like there is a series of blog posts and social media shares about how we shouldn’t tell our daughters that they are beautiful because they are so much more. This sentiment seems a bit confusing to me. Why does complimenting someone on one thing make everything else about […]

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Lucky To Live in Orlando: Our Craniosynostosis Story

I have never been happier to be an Orlando resident than when my sweet two-week-old baby was diagnosed with sagittal craniosynostosis.  It was a normal day for our new family of four, which of course means we were running late for my newborn’s checkup at the pediatrician’s office. These visits were mostly formalities in my […]

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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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