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Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka? - Moore, Oklahoma PSA

Moore, Oklahoma PSA

The horrible tragedy that occurred in Moore, Oklahoma on May 20th, 2013 has effected the lives of thousands of people. People lost their homes, their loved ones, their pets, and for some… their kids. READ MORE

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  • Puppy Kisses

    Ahh, one of our favorite combos – babies and puppies! We’re a little grossed out by the tongue action going on here, but we’ll let it slide because it’s so cute!...

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  • Who The Flicka?: Danielle Tumminio

    Who The Flicka? is an ongoing series where we spotlight our amazing contributors and make them answer our questions....

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    Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka? - A Very Unusual Day
    Sabrina Wind

    A Very Unusual Day

    For my job, I go to many unusual places. But this was the most unusual I had been in. On this day, we were in a strip club. READ MORE

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  • Meet The Contributor: Jennifer Sando

    Welcome to the very first installment of our newest series, Meet The Contributor! Have you ever wondered just who exactly these people are who share their stories, tips, recipes, and more with us here at What The Flicka? We figured it was a...

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  • Christmas Story

    Recently someone asked me whether I plan to tell my future little girl (I’m five months pregnant) that there’s a Santa Claus. “Well, there is a Santa Claus,” I said. “Oh, you have the schtick down, already, huh?” she said. “No...

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    Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka? - Producing Past Cancer
    Expressing Motherhood

    Producing Past Cancer

    My mother always forbade me to cut off my breasts. It was something we went back and forth on frequently. I saw what the breast cancer had done to her the first and second time and what she had went through in her mastectomy, so I told her that if the opportunity came, I’d have them removed. My mother would literally raise her finger to me, snarl and order me not to do it, simply for the sake of doing it.

    I never promised her I wouldn’t. READ MORE

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  • The Stay At Home Mom’s Guide To Surviving Your Husband’s Work Trips

    If you are a stay-at-home mom of young kids, you [usually] manage okay when your husband goes to work during the day, taking comfort in the promise of his return that evening. There is a certain emotional relief that comes with the shared r...

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  • Writing A Book is Like Having Your First Baby

      If you have been reading the blog for awhile, you know that I’m in the process of writing a book. I was recently part of the anthology called The Mother of All Meltdowns, but even before that, I had started to write a memoir about...

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    Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka? - All My Prayers to the Newtown Community

    All My Prayers to the Newtown Community

    I have been too stunned to write much this weekend. The Newtown tragedy consumes my thoughts. I read the names of the victims, most of them six and seven year olds, and I can’t seem to continue with my day, or it seems indecent to do so. I have been READ MORE

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  • Hump Day Cocktail: The Pomegranate Sunset

    Are you sitting down? You should be sitting down. I don't know how to break this to you all but... *deep breath* I may have found a cocktail that rivals my READ MORE

  • Gotta Go To Target

    As a mom there is one place you find yourself more than any other place in the world. It just so happens to be our favorite place....

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    Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka - She Said You Are A Failure

    She said, “You Are a Failure”

    She said, “You are a failure.” And I think – why would you say that to me? I am a mom who is an executive producer on tv shows, owns my own home, takes care of my family and in my...Read More
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  • You Kiss Your Mother With THAT Mouth?

    If you really got to know me, you would likely ask me that very question. Not because I curse like a sailor (although I have my moments), but because at times the most cutting, nasty, belittling things have been known to come out of my mout...

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  • The Barbie Incident

    Each time I open one of my kid’s lunch bags, I feel like a TV executive looking over the latest Nielsen ratings. The goldfish are gone—yea, we have a hit. The popcorn looked like a sure-fire winner yet it was untouched. Pull it. I am ru...

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