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You Do You, Mama

You do you. Another one of those phrases that’s thrown around in casual conversation, especially among mom friends. Its presence is growing rapidly on social media – the hashtag #youdoyou has been used almost 250,000 times on Instagram alone. So it’s likely  you’ve said it, but have you ever taken the time to think about what it actually means? You do …

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Why Every Little Girl (and Boy) Needs a Copy of Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

No princesses. No fairy tales. No damsels in distress. Just 100 bad ass women who have helped to pave the way for our little girls. Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls is a collection of stories about 100 extraordinary, trailblazer women from all over the globe, all across history, who have had an immense impact on the world as we know …

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The Simplesuit: A Solution to the Single-Piece PJ Struggle

If your kid is anything like mine, their closet is probably filled with one-piece, romper-style pajamas. They’re cute. They’re warm. But they’re not practical. Sure it’s great having one piece because you don’t have to worry about matching outfits or losing one piece of a coordinating set (my husband ALWAYS reaches for a one-piece when he’s in charge). It makes …

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LILLEbaby Complete Embossed 6-in-1 Carrier: The Cadillac of Baby Carriers

Convertible car seats are a game-changer – one car seat that will grow with your child from infancy through toddler-hood and into the booster seat years. It’s no surprise that they’re becoming more popular. We went with a convertible seat for our daughter and couldn’t be happier with our decision. Wait a second. I thought this post was about a …

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Mind Your Own Uterus

I thought the fascination with the status of my uterus would end when I had my daughter. I was wrong. If anything the fascination has only grown. Maybe the assumption is that it’s safe to inquire now that I have a child, so I’m clearly willing and able. But what if I’m not? Did you forget how babies are made? …

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