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Empathy pt.3

Empathy pt.3

When we teach our children to empathize, we are inculcating the values of authenticity and acceptance - acceptance of our vulnerability and that of others.
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To the mama...

To the mama...

Mental health is so important during this time, that's why today I banded together with a group of my favorite ladies to let you know that it's okay to not be okay right now.
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Empathy pt.2

Empathy pt.2

It may sound counterintuitive but in order to empathize, we need to first listen to ourselves and ensure we feel safe, happy and secure.
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#MomWin

#MomWin

My not so little chubs 😩He’s like alright mom enough pictures time for food 😂 the many faces of Luke! ❤️❤️😍 Luke upgraded from his small chair to his brand new high chair from @be_mindful_kids. We absolutely love it.
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Source of Heartache

Source of Heartache

This balloon was the source of heartache for my little girl yesterday evening. It was a gift and I held it for her on our way home without knowing she had planned to do a victory march with it. She was reminded of the plan as we stepped home and brawled instantly.
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Staying Home

Staying Home

We are all stuck in our homes and there seems to be this unspoken pressure on us mamas to make sure that we have tons of activities planned. That we have our days perfectly scheduled, and planned out by the hour. I know I feel the pressure!

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Self Isolation Does Not Have to Be Isolating

Self Isolation Does Not Have to Be Isolating

Although you’re told it stay home, you don’t have to be alone. We have this amazing technology at our fingertips that we can call, video, text and have voice conversations within an instant! ⁣
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Children Absorbing Anger

Children Absorbing Anger

One of them has been that we often aren’t aware of our own tone of voice/facial expressions until it’s pointed out to us.. Why is this important? Because children model us. A child senses their parents anger and distraction. And they absorb it.
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My Daily Routine with a Toddler

My Daily Routine with a Toddler

When I made the decision to stay home when my daughter was born almost 2 years ago, I had this vision of myself sitting at my desk working on a blog post, while my daughter played on the floor with a few toys quietly. Boy, was I wrong!
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Tips for Staying Productive When Working At Home

Tips for Staying Productive When Working At Home

Working from home has so many benefits, but you need to realize that it is not as easy as you may think. With all this disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are now faced with “working from home” in some capacity. The past two years I have been working from home, while taking care of my toddler, Caroline.
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Time of anxiety

Time of anxiety

Let’s talk Coronavirus and anxiety. Your kids are probably home from school for a while. Talk to your kids in a calm way. 
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Home Activities with Your Kids

Home Activities with Your Kids

The way you think will effect the way you feel. If you think, “This is awful!” You will feel awful. Choose healthier thoughts like, “This is unexpected. And it we can spend some family time. I get to create what this time looks like!”
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