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Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka? - Leaving My Country To Raise My Baby
Veronica Franco Sierra

Leaving My Country To Raise My Baby

My country is beautiful; it is one of the most biodiversified countries in the world; it produces amazing coffee and breathtaking emeralds. It does not get any seasons, being so close to the Equator, but it is blessed to have all the climates and weather the whole time, from the snowy Andes Mountains, to the always-hot Caribbean coast. And it is a developing country. READ MORE

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Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka? - Baby Box
Flicksters

Baby Box

Watching American TV shows was one of the only things my husband and I had in common about our childhoods. We grew up in very different neighborhoods, were interested in different things and didn’t speak each other’s languages until our early twenties.
While we’re both Europeans, he is French and I am Finnish, and there’s about 1500 miles and a big change of mentality in between. READ MORE

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Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka? - Attached
Sabrina Lloyd

Attached

When my hubby extended himself by spending some time on Amazon.com and ordering us a book on attachment parenting, far into our pregnancy, I reacted as any swollen, hormonal, hemorrhoid toting, carpel tunnel syndromed, sleep deprived, way-too-old-to- be-pregnant wife would: READ MORE

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Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka? - Motherhood in Your Early Twenties
Veronica Franco Sierra

Motherhood in Your Early Twenties

Girl goes on exchange to a strange country, where she knows absolutely no one. She is excited, thrilled, and a little nervous about what she’ll encounter there. Girl sees boy on her very first day at university. Girl sits next to boy and introduces herself. READ MORE

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Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka? - La Dolce Vita
Sabrina Lloyd

La Dolce Vita

Italians love their sweets. For breakfast it’s always, always dolce. You cannot find a plain croissant in Rome. Most are stuffed with jam or custard, and if you ask for a plain one it’s been glazed with sugar—because why would you eat it otherwise? And for treats throughout the day? Well, of course, more dolce. READ MORE

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Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka? - A Bathroom Break In Peace?
Elle Davis

A Bathroom Break In Peace? Maybe When She Goes Off To College.

Whenever I try to do anything, I can always trust that my 4-year-old daughter will be there to ask tons of questions. Most of the questions seem unrelated to me, but I’m sure in her mind it all makes sense.

Her: Mommy? MOMMY??

Me: In here! READ MORE

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