Danielle Herzog
Danielle Herzog is the blogger behind Martinis and Minivans, a blog for anyone who has ever needed a martini after driving a minivan around all day. Or for anyone who has just ever needed a martini. A New Yorker now living the Midwest life as a somewhat sarcastic writer, mother and wife, Danielle has been a freelance writer for over seven years. Her work has been featured in The Chicago Tribune, The Huffington Post, AOL.com, WhatToExpect.com, Nickelodeon’s Nick Mom and various other national and local publications and sites. She writes a weekly parenting advice column called “The Sassy Housewife” for Momaha which is featured in the Omaha World Herald’s Living section every week. She co-authored the book “Mother of All Meltdowns” and is also writing her own memoir about the letters she and her grandmother back and forth to each other over the course of a decade. If it’s part of her life, she’ll write about it. And if she mentions names, she swears they aren’t the people's real names. Unless of course she mentions Ephran Gumphrey, her first love in fifth grade, because who the heck could ever make up that name?
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We All Need To Hear These Words

I went to the Children’s Museum this morning here in town and had an experience that I will probably never forget. My son and I were in the elevator (daughter is at camp – a wonderful invention – ...
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