Soccer Mom 2.0

As parents, my husband and I have always said that it is important for our kids to be part of something-teams, clubs, activities-something, and that they must stick with it. We want my children to have perseverance and learn to not give up when things are always get difficult. So with this notion in our […]

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BFFs: Why You Need your Girlfriends Now More than Ever

As we settle comfortably in our mid-30’s, with our jobs and families pretty much solidified, more and more time goes between seeing our girlfriends. It’s just inevitable. As we change jobs, neighborhoods, and cities, most of us have to find new tribes of women to hang out with. But I would argue that it’s your […]

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My First Born

We’ve always had a tumultuous relationship. Even in utero he was a stubborn one. He sat straight up, refusing to turn down. That should have been my first signal that he would have a mind of his own, choosing his own path, not bending to the will of others (and by others, I mean me). […]

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Support Needed

The Story of My First Run Post-Baby 9:15AM Me: Ok, you got this. First time back out there. Gonna get rid of that baby weight no problem. Just an easy 3 miles. 9:16AM Me: Owww F*@$ Sh@* (Armed crossed across chest for the rest of the run) The End I used to have little boobs. So […]

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Mommy and Me Yoga

When we were both still pregnant, we made a promise that we would meet once a week while were on maternity leave to just get out of the house. Even though there is so much joy in those first weeks, we both also recognized that the first time around, it could be incredibly lonely. But […]

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Prenatal Fitness: Werk It, Mama

At the suggestion of MB’s OBGYN to get moving and at the suggestion of my ass to get up off the couch, we begrudgingly squeezed ourselves into our sports bras and leggings to actually work out this past weekend.  Daunted by the thought of any sort of jiggling or bouncing associated with running, MB and I […]

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