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Tips for Smoother Co-Parenting, Even When you are Married

Co-parenting typically refers to parents who are raising a child together despite being divorced or separated. But even if you are married, alternating childcare responsibilities can feel like you are parenting separately. Most days my partner is the primary parent from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM. When I get home he leaves for work. If daddy’s […]

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Hi, I’m A Mom – and a Pizza Delivery Gal

As my kids were getting older and the fog cleared from my diaper changing days, I realized the possibility of me heading back to the workforce wasn’t sure a far-fetched idea anymore. I found myself excited about the concept and then suddenly on the verge of tears to be wishing away my baby bearing/wearing days. […]

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Quitting the Plastic Habit!

I am a wannabe environmentalist and a wannabe minimalist but I am a long way from perfection! These things are important to me so I keep chipping away at them daily and I love to share it! I recently took a Master Recycling class with the city of Flagstaff and that class got me re-inspired […]

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Mox Shoes

This post was created in partnership with Mox Shoes – all opinions are our own.  As a work from home mom, I’ve noticed that my fashion, or lack thereof, quickly morphed from cute and casual, to looking like I am continuously headed to the gym.  In an effort to practice more self-love, I decided to […]

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Beyond the Time-Out: Calming and Coping Tools for Kids and Parents

Parenting is hard. Calming your erratic and emotionally explosive offspring without losing your own temper can be even harder. When a warning doesn’t work, it can be very frustrating and perplexing to reason with a hopped-up toddler. Obviously, we all want our children to be good people. Therefore, we need to teach them limits, healthy […]

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Small Things with Great Love

“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love” This is one of my favorite quotes. It’s one I say to myself constantly. Or try to. And more importantly, try to live. We do many grubby, redundant tasks every day in motherhood. We do them for our children, […]

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The Guide: April

Here’s our roundup of what’s happening this month: April 3rd– Working, Breastfeeding and Pumping Class April 6th– First Friday ArtWalk at the Chamber April 6th– Flagstaff Health Fair April 7th– 16th Annual City of Flagstaff Recycled Art Exhibition April 7th– HomCo Home Improvement Show April 7th– 7th Annual NAU Department of Military Science 5K Run/Walk […]

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