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Mom Tribes Diversity Providence Moms Blog

On Mom Tribes and Diversity

  Writing or talking about the race issues that are going on in our country is really difficult for me. Between senseless shootings, the Ku Klux Klan marching, and things I have experienced as a biracial woman in America, it’s just all too much. There is so much emotion that I am afraid tap in […]

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holidays pinterest comparison Providence Moms Blog

Holidays and Pinterest and Comparison, Oh My!

Well folks, the holiday season has officially begun. Everyone’s brilliant Halloween costumes flooded my social media pages this weekend and will continue to until Wednesday. Soon after, Pinterest will explode with delicious recipes for Thanksgiving meals and beautiful decor to match.  As a stay at home mom, the pressure I feel to make our house […]

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Teal Pumpkin Project Providence Moms Blog

Teal Pumpkin Project: It Takes A Village

Autumn is certainly in full swing, and change is in the air. New classes, friends, and activities are a staple for this time of year. Through these changes in environment and relationships, you will almost certainly encounter someone who has food allergies.  Food allergies may be more common than you think. One in 13 children […]

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Five Stages IKEA Acceptance Providence Moms Blog

The 5 Stages of IKEA Acceptance

I look around my chaotic house and there are (too many) things that don’t have a place.  It’s suffocating me. I am certainly not the most organized person, but there is no denying that my mood is affected by the clutter and disorganization surrounding me.  I feel defeated and frustrated as I utter the six […]

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screen-less summer screen free time Providence Moms Blog

How Our Screen-Free Summer REALLY Went…

I don’t know how exactly it happened, but it did. My 3 boisterous boys were sitting still and quietly. Normally this sight should make me jump for joy, but not today. Today it broke my heart. Their sitting nicely and quietly wasn’t some new discipline technique I was trying. My boys had morphed. They had […]

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