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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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    DIY: 1 Minute Hairstyles

      Check out these three quick and easy 1-minute hairstyles perfect for women on the go! ...

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  • Lauren Parker-Gill

    Hump Day Cocktail: Limoncello Martini

    I have two words for you: Limoncello Martini. Holla! (I can’t pull off “Holla” in real life, so I thought I’d try it in print.) Over Memorial Day weekend, I went out to dinner with my partner-in-crime, Donna. We tried this l...

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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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  • Pat Geyer

    Roasting Balls of Heaven

    As I have mentioned before, when I was growing up vegetables were cooked within an inch of their lives. If it wasn’t limp or soggy, it wasn’t done. As a consequence, I liked corn (not soggy) and beans and carrots (limp but OK). Very few...

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  • Sharon Greenthal

    “What Not to Wear”- The Husband Edition

    Being empty-nesters, there’s often a lot of free time on the weekends. Sometimes my husband and I get a little lazy about doing anything that involves more than walking the dog, reading the paper or changing the channel, but every so ofte...

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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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    If You Like Dogs and Babies…

    We know this video has been circulating for a while, but we think it’s time to give it a home here on What The Flicka. Why? Because...

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    Father’s Day Recipe Gallery

    You know the saying, “The quickest way to a man’s heart is through his stomach”? Well, if that’s the truth, then we’ve got just the thing for showing dad you love him this Father’s Day! Get inspired by th...

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    Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka? - The Preschool Puzzle

    The Preschool Puzzle

    I’ve been going back and forth in my head about whether or not to send our two-year-old daughter, Cali, to preschool. I’m not yet convinced it’s the right step for her at this point in time. As a trained teacher,...Read More
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  • Beth Rosen

    Mom, What’s For Dinner?

    How often do your kids ask you what’s for dinner, and no matter what you answer, they respond with disappointment?  Mine do it all the time.  I can understand it; some nights you’re in the mood for one thing, and another thing is what...

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    Mommytube: Reflections of Motherhood

    Motherhood is difficult, but rewarding. Watch this video where mothers were asked if they could go back to before they had their first child, what would they tell themselves. These are their answers....

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    Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka? - Leaning In And Out: My View From Both Sides
    Marcia Cross

    Leaning In and Out: My View From Both Sides

    First, let me say that I am always one to do something because my feelings compel me to, not because I am an expert or that my opinion is so important, and writing this article is no different. So bear with me, and know that I understand that this is only my perspective and that I’m aware of the READ MORE

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    15 Babies Experiencing Things For The First Time

    We’d like to share with you a collection of gifs—but not just any ordinary gifs…these are all animated images displaying the brilliantly funny reactions of babies experiencing things for the first time. Sounds amazing right? S...

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  • Erin K Moffat

    Heather McDonald Talks Life After Chelsea Lately

    I recently had the opportunity to chat it up with the talented Heather McDonald of Chelsea Lately. She is an author, actress, writer, stand-up comedian, wife, and mother of 3 and the list goes on. We talked everything from motherhood to wha...

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    Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka? - How To Meditate While Being Attacked By A 5 Year Old
    Stacie Burrows

    How to Meditate While Being Attacked by a 5 Year Old

    I woke with what I thought was a nagging toothache. With my jaw clenched tight, I raced to the dentist to get my diagnosis. “Nope. No cavity. No infection. Are you, by any chance, stressed out about anything?” my dentist asked.

    “Well, yes of course I am.” I managed to say after she helped me unhinge my jaw from its TMJ. “I am a modern American mother. This is our constant state of being, isn’t it?” READ MORE

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  • Felicity Huffman

    A Valentine For Mom [GIVEAWAY]

    Happy February! Valentine’s Day is coming up and I was thinking about what exactly is a Valentine? Well, it is a gesture telling someone that you love them, that you appreciate them, or that you’re just thinking about them. It is also (...

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  • Sherice Torres

    I Want it ALL

    It’s time to change the conversation on working motherhood. As far as we have come in equality on many fronts, working mothers – particularly women executives – continue to face undue scrutiny and battle the perception that they are n...

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