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Why Every Mom Needs a Tribe

Tribe may be a buzzword these days, but I highly condone its overuse because of its importance to me. Moms and women in general need a “tribe” — a group of close friends that we can call at 4:00 a.m. with a problem, can laugh with until we pee a little (and we all get […]

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Mama Needs a New Playlist

As we head back into the routines of Fall and especially for those of us with school aged littles, well, it’s necessary to mix. it. up.  So I’ve created two epic playlists for the mamas out there! One is focused on beats to work out to, I like it for cardio because it keeps me […]

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The One-Year Rule

The doctor said it would take six weeks for my body to heal after having a baby. My work told me that after 12 weeks (unpaid) I would be ready to return to come back full-time. The actress I follow on Instagram told me that if I wear a belly band and do a special […]

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North Phoenix Moms Blog {exciting announcement}

We have some exciting news at North Phoenix Moms Blog!  NPhxMB now has a new team of owners! The owners at Scottsdale Moms Blog are excited to take over ownership at North Phoenix Moms Blog as of TODAY!! First, we want to send a big thank you to Stacey Woodward for establishing North Phoenix Moms Blog […]

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Is Summer Camp the Best Decision for Your Family?

Oh, the summer camp struggle. I have such mixed feelings about it. Last summer, in my idealistic world, I thought that I wouldn’t sign up for any camps and my girls would play all day, swim, and really enjoy the summer. I mean it sounds like a wonderful life, right? I pictured us relaxing, enjoying each other’s […]

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I’m Sick of Apologizing for Being Me

Saying “I’m sorry” is something I’m quite familiar with. So much so, that when I was in eighth grade, a mentor of mine recommended that I wear a rubber-band around my wrist and smack it whenever I say “sorry.” Suffice to say, it didn’t work. (And ouch, by the way.) Life before my daughter was […]

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When Your Toddler is the Teacher

Before embarking on the adventure of starting a family, I felt as though I had this whole ‘life’ thing figured out. I went to college, graduated, paid bills, went grocery shopping—I was pretty dang good at ‘adulting.’ My husband and I had our first son in 2013 and while newborns have their own rules and […]

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