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Inviting Twins — Etiquette

With the advent of my kids making friends, comes the individuality of one of them being better friends with one person, while the other is better friends with another. So what happens if your kid only likes one of mine?   READ … Continue reading

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A Mom’s-eye View of Friendship

So, I waited a full month of best friendship before writing that post on the two little girls who had picked my girls as friends. And of course, not a day after I post it do they start shaking things … Continue reading

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First Friendships as a Twin

My twins do everything together. They’ve never been apart. They prefer to be together always, and like I’ve said before, I’m just convincing them that they don’t have to compete over all the specifics and that they can (gasp) like … Continue reading

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Birthday Bash

So, I turned thirty yesterday. And really, for the most part, it was great. It feels just like 29! The girls spent two days painting me a box for my birthday. Like a produce box. Just an old box, and … Continue reading

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Lest I ever get an inflated sense of my importance, my babies are always ready to show me how easily their love and favor is dispensed. Got a piece of candy or a friendly smile? You’re in. As mom, on … Continue reading

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Step Out of your Comfort Zone – It’s Worth It

It was a lazy Sunday morning when I got a text from my friend Yasmin, who has a little boy, two years old. “What are you doing today?” Well, we weren’t doing anything, yet. We had thought about maybe going … Continue reading

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How to Make Friends: The Mommy Edition

I am a horrible judge of character. I basically like everyone on sight and invite them into my home and give them my stuff immediately. I ended up with a lot of jovial troublemakers in my circle, which was all fine … Continue reading

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Mommy Friends: A How-to Guide – Guest Blog

This week, I’m lucky enough to have a fire-dancing, baby-wearing mama (not at the same time!) teach me how to make mom friends. A guide I sorely need.  Thank you, Farren Square. __ Mom friends. Every mom needs at least … Continue reading

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Fork in the Road

I wistfully look at the life of single and childless people all of the time, as you well know by now. The grass, as they say, is always greener.  It’s not just on television, through commercials like the one I … Continue reading

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It Is What It Is

Very few parents are exempt from the terrible twos.  Whether the stage manifests in tantrums, or tears, or sneakiness, or general malaise, it tends to haunt parents of toddlers wherever they go.  For the most part, babies are well behaved, … Continue reading

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