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I was determined to not be caught off guard. And truthfully, I wasn’t. Of the ways both of my kids came into this world, I was ..read more
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A few weeks ago I was talking with some momma friends about their careers (before mommyhood). I loved listening to them talk about ..read more
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One of my favorite things to see on my calendar is an upcoming Moms’ Night Out. As moms, we are all so busy that we have to be very ..read more
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“We’re going to change your treatment.” Stunned silence. Mouth open. Questions flooded my brain and fought to be the first out ..read more
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If I’d Known Then . . . I used to think that if I didn’t get pregnant young (as in my early to mid-twenties), it would mean I was ..read more
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It’s undeniable that Birmingham has undergone a revitalization in recent years. I think it has officially become a “destination ..read more
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Two years ago, I wrote a post about vacationing with kids. At that time, I had two girls, ages two and almost one. My husband and I ..read more
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Everyone, meet Kerra. She’s a Birmingham mom of three and is here today to tell us about her experience delivering her babies at UAB ..read more
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Community supported agriculture (CSA) programs are essentially partnerships between individuals and local farms. Members receive a ..read more
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My oldest daughter is a rising sixth grader. At her school, sixth grade is the last year at the elementary school . . . and my heart ..read more

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