Parenting
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What Sports Taught Me About Motherhood

When I was growing up, sports were a big part of my life. My dad was a coach, my brother played sports, and I played sports. Year round, there was always someone coaching or playing something. When I graduated high...Read More
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  • Lauren Parker-Gill

    Favorite Things: Clarisonic Skin Brush

    So remember when I interviewed Kate Walsh and felt like a total rock star? One of the questions I asked her was, “What are some other simple tips you have for busy women to indulge, feel good about themselves and have confidence?” She s...

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  • Jennifer Sando

    10 Things Every Guest Should Know BEFORE Visiting Our House

    Dear Guest, We are delighted to host you for dinner tonight! Before you come in, though, there are a few things that you should know. Ten things, actually....

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    Felicity Huffman's What the Flicka - Embarrass Your Kids Now

    Top 3 Ways To Embarrass Your Kids (They’ll Thank You Later)

    My kids keep telling me to stop embarrassing them. There are three general categories of embarrassing incidents about which they complain:...Read More
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  • Kelli Nelson

    5 Simple Recycling Tips For New Recyclers

    Over the past few years, I’ve become über aware of the amount of trash my kids and I are discarding to fill the earth. I find myself evaluating the recyclability of each and every item before allowing the kids and myself to toss it into ...

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    Felicity Huffman's What the Flicka - 10 Things My Girls Love About Daddy

    10 Things My Girls Love About Daddy – As Told By Them

    Last week, for my Tuesday Ten and in honor of Father’s Day,  I posted a list of things I learned form my dad.  However, I most certainly do not want to overlook my wonderful hubby who is a fantastic dad...Read More
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  • Does Preschool Frown On 4 Year Olds Who Curse Like Sailors?

    My daughter turned four last week but has been speaking like a thirty-five year old since she was two.  She is full of ‘IT’, whatever ‘it’ is, and she knows it. She walked pretty early, she talked very early, and she rolled over ea...

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  • Lauren Parker-Gill
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    Felicity Huffman's What the Flicka - My Kids Are Growing Up
    Ashlen "the Kidspert" Sheaffer

    The Bittersweet Reality Of My Kids Growing Up

    My kids are growing up and I don’t know how I feel about it. We’ve finally gotten to the point where middle of the night wake ups are few and far between. I know what a solid eight hours of sleep feels like again. Naps are now nearly non-existent and dear god do I miss nap time. READ MORE

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  • Sherice Torres

    Can’t We All Just Get Along?

    We recently celebrated a milestone at BadAssMama Central. My baby boy turned 4! This was a particularly awesome birthday because for the first time, Victor seemed to grasp the fact that the day was all about him. When we got to school that ...

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  • Danielle Tumminio

    Surviving Your Baby: The Miracle Of Remote Parenting

    It’s two o’clock in the morning, and I’m up awake. Our baby is crying, and I’m not sure why, but I think she just wants the comfort of being cuddled by her mom....

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    The World’s Best Gifts: Toddler Giggles And Perspective

    My newly minted 3-year-old is in this funny stage where he loves Mommy so much, he occasionally wants to squeeze me to death. ...Read More
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    This Adorable Video Shows The Connection Kids Have With Their Mothers

    Children were blindfolded to see if they could find which woman was their mother solely based on touch....

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  • Kelli Nelson

    5 Ways To Keep From Crying On The First Day Of School

    Yesterday was the first day of kindergarten for my daughter, and she was simply a rock star. No tears—only excitement for her. On the other hand, my stomach was in knots, and I had to beat back the urge to take my child by the hand and ru...

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    I Blew It

    I blew it. Again....Read More
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  • Carrie Wible

    Oh SH*T!

    Thanks to my three year olds, everyone in the tri-state area and their preschool, knows that someone in my house swears. No big deal, right? It’s a normal reaction to stressful situations. Due to my cat-like grace and prowess I rarely hur...

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  • Megan Lewis

    I Love Breasts.

    Breasts. Big ones. And small, perky ones too. I love them—other women’s and my own. I love the way they feel in my hands and under my tongue. I like to lick, suck, bite them. I could play with them all day—mine and yours. Years ag...

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