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You Guys Can Go Ahead and Kiss Now

Sunday, September 25th 2016

Alas we have found a parking spot and cut the engine after a slightly stressful, maritally typical commute wherein the hubsand is at the wheel and the wife is backseat driving from shotgun.   55 more words

Childhood

Time out at the laundromat

If you are thinking of buying or renting an apartment or flat, make sure there is a laundromat well within the vicinity. Even if you don’t need it for washing your clothes, you might need to use if for drying them because there are days where it rains and rains and there is no way you can hang out your clothes to dry on your tiny balcony. 515 more words

Domestic Life

lazy day

The one activity, I can report from yesterday, was writing my post. The rest of the day was just idled away. Couch potatoeing all day. Only interrupted by regular eating breaks. 51 more words

On How It Is

Dear Mom of Two Tiny People At Home: I See You

As a mom of two little ones, I count myself incredibly fortunate to have a fantastic support system, which gives me the ability to be at home with just my younger son during the week, since my older one still goes, for the most part, to the child care arrangements we had for him when I was still working.

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ClaraJane's Acorn Mash

September 15th 2016

Preparing for her “Leader of the Day” kindergarden presentation, and in light of her irrepressible passion for acorns this fall, here is ClaraJane’s… 16 more words

Childhood

Two Moms, One Question: Toddler "Lessons"?

Hey, villagers! We’re starting a new monthly segment here at Raise A Mother, where Shannon and Lindsay take on the same question and each give their own view in a joint post.

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And then there were four...

Well, mamas, I’ve got an announcement: I’m pregnant again!

My husband and I are officially expecting our second child, due on March 3rd. No news yet on the baby’s sex, but we should be able to find out during our ultrasound in October. 468 more words

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