It's hard to make friends with two-day-old spit up all over your four-day-old t-shirt. It's hard to make friends when your toddler has let you sleep approximately three hours in last three years, forcing you to spend the last three...
Shhhhh....I have a dirty secret. Okay, maybe not so dirty, not in the way you're thinking. But sometimes it feels like a dirty secret. My secret: I like to work. That's right. I do. While pregnant with our third and fourth babies (surprise, twins!)...
In case you didn't know it, you're strong. SUPER strong. You lift babies out of cribs, off the ground, out of car seats, wrestle them for a diaper change, carry bigger kids when they're too tired to walk, squat down to...
Probably the most insensitive thing one could say to a mom who works in an office is “Don’t you miss them during the day?” My answer always is: Never, actually. The whole reason I go to work is to get away...
Confession: I don’t spend very much time with my children during the week because I am at work. Maybe on a good day three hours, between breakfast and drop off, pickup and dinner and bath and bed. You’d think...
A couple months ago I read a mom blog post that I found on the internet. The author made the mistake of saying something along the line of moms who work “get a break” at the office because they...
Today I am sharing 5 tips that have helped me stay organized recently in the hopes that we can all share what works for us and what doesn't work out at all. I have made just ONE goal for myself...
Yes, it's that time of year. A time when we are supposed to spend time with family, build gingerbread houses, and deck the halls. How did it get so busy? The shopping, the elfing, the baking, the card mailing,...
August 8th of 2013 marked a momentous day of transition in my life. I left my cubicle in Corporate America to become a full time work-at-home mom. It was not an easy transition, but I had two BIG reasons. For...
Paper Planners It's Back-to-School time! For parents, that often means back to organizing, scheduling, and planning the family's lives 24/7 to stay ahead of bills, homework, and activities. Check out these six great options, for fans of both paper and...
You know me. I’m the one unloading her kids from the car at the park just as you are pulling away to go home for dinner. Being a working mom feels so lonely sometimes.
My mother was a teacher, and as far as I can remember summer was what it was “supposed” to be – trips to the beach and long afternoons reading or playing. But when you work in an office, summer...

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