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Oh The Joy Of The Why Questions!

By Fredrica Syren: One of my least favorite phases of kids’ development is the “why” phase. My youngest Liam just started it; I had totally forgotten how tiring it could be. Everything I say to him is followed by “Why?” I have learned that it’s important to answer the question as …

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Beating The Mommy Fatigue

By Fredrica Syren: Lately we’re been going through a not so great sleeping patterns with our youngest son which has left me feeling like a zombie. Many days I feel so dead tired that all I want to do is sleep. Since becoming a mom feeling tired seems to be …

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Are Moms Allowed To Enjoy Being Alone?

By Fredrica Syren: A very good friend of mine is going overseas on a business trip for a week and will leave her two small children for the very first time since they were born. First I was excited that she gets to visit a foreign country, but then I …

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One-On-One Time With Kids

I try to spend a little one-on-one time with each of my children, and today it was my oldest, Bella’s turn. She wanted to eat a real hotel breakfast, so we went to a hotel close to us. She told me secrets. Then she took me on a walk through …

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