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When Kids Say Embarrasing Things from Albuquerque Moms Blog

When Kids Say Embarrassing Things

Lately, our three-year-old has been going up to people and asking, “How old are you?” He particularly likes doing this with grandmotherly older ladies. The first few times he did it I cringed with embarrassment. Then it occurred to me, it makes total sense that he would ask this, because people are always asking him how […]

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A Perspective Shift on a Messy House & a Messy Life

As the mother of an active and mischievous toddler, the majority of my days are spent taking care of him, feeding him, teaching him, and cleaning up his messes. I try to keep my house somewhat tidy, but if I’m being honest, the majority of the time it looks like this. We are teaching our […]

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Toddler Tantrums and the Terrible Threes

For the first two years of our son’s life, my husband and I enjoyed the easiest two years of parenthood I could reasonably imagine.  Little David was sweet, mellow, tenderhearted, healthy, and slept great. When he would start to throw a tantrum, we told him to go sit on his bed; he would emerge about sixty […]

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Soccer Mom in the Making :: Our Family’s Experience with Lil’ Kickers

The following post is part of a sponsored partnership with Lil’ Kickers. It is important to us that we partner with local businesses we feel bring value to our readers. All of the opinions expressed are our own.I’ll admit that I absolutely fit into the “soccer mom” demographic. I’m a stay-at-home mom, drive an SUV, […]

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Mom Shaming Ourselves

Something hit me a couple weeks ago as I was lying in bed thinking about my day before I went to sleep. I was focusing on only the bad things that I had done or had happened. Like how many times my daughter cried. Or how often I got frustrated and had to take a […]

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