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Sleep When I’m Dead: Big Kid Bed The Sequel

Losing sleep can take it's toll, but it can also lead to some laughs. So I guess I'll sleep when I'm dead.

Dear Sleep, Both Kids are in Beds Now. I’ll See Ya When I See Ya.   My dear, sweet, angel 2 year old has developed an adorable new habit – getting out of her bed 1.5 million times a night. Read more…


Embracing the One Piece Swimsuit

One piece bathing suits for moms

Some Unexpected Career & Life Lessons from Ladies’ Swimwear   In the business of finance, you have the three piece suit. In the business of chasing small children around a beach, you have the one piece swimsuit   Itsy Bitsy Read more…


43 of the Funniest Parents on Twitter

43 Hilarious Parents on Twitter

Twitter is to funny parents as Instagram is to really beautiful people who are somehow always on a beach. It’s where we shine. Where we can really spread our wings and fly. Where we can say “huh, I wonder if Read more…


101 Baby Names Including Herkimer Sullivan

101 baby names including Herkimer Sullivan

Naming kids is hard. It seems super fun, but then all of a sudden you’ve worked out 14 different horrible nicknames for every single name in the baby book that you and your partner agree on. Or you realize that Read more…


Why Paddington 2 Got Robbed for Best Picture

Paddington 2 Movie Review - A story about kindness and seeing the best in people.

I’m just going to say it, Paddington 2 not being nominated for Best Picture is an outright crime. It is my new favorite movie and I’m rallying the troops to its defense. I know what you are thinking, whose favorite Read more…


Gear Up for 2 Under 2: Game Changing Toddler and Baby Gear

Managing that 2 Under 2 Life When you have two babies in two years you learn the ins and outs of baby supplies pretty darn quickly. Well, truth be told, by the second childĀ and through a lot of trial and Read more…


Who Bit My Sister?

Biting, Brothers, and Mob Bosses   Norah has gotten bit at daycare a couple times this fall. I’m not psyched about it, but I understand. 1 year old kids don’t have a fully developed vocabulary to verbalize their feelings. They Read more…


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