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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own. If I am being honest, my daughter came into this world pushing me away. She was independent from the moment she was born. Sure, she relied on me for food and a diaper change, but rarely for affection. I
Have you ever had a real case of nostalgia and wanderlust and you put them together and you run around like a chicken with your head cut off trying to find the possessions you have that remind you of that event? Months and months ago, I went on the hunt
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I would be telling a lie if I told you I did not enjoy every single second of this segment I did on Fox 29 in Philly. You see, my job is super fun. I love playing with products, sharing great stories on here and even getting opportunities to bring
We made it: we survived. Fifteen years married. Three kids, countless diapers, everything couples do to build a life. And we made it.
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This post contains affiliate links. There really is nothing better than walking into a toy store to do nothing but play with your girlfriend! That is pretty much what it’s like heading to Toy Fair in New York City every February. As a travel, tech and toy ‘expert’ I have
I don’t know about you, but I am limping toward the finish line of the school year. Somehow it’s the same for me every single June. Self-care is one of the last things on my mind. There are so many year-end recitals or performances, sports events, practices, and games where
I was determined to NOT let my fear of having “the talk” affect me! I wanted to give my daughter the talk she deserved to have.
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