Eventually I had to face the public again. I have found a few beauty products that have made me feel more human again.
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This is a guest post from Omaha Moms Blog reader Elizabeth. We are always accepting submissions for guest posts!October has always been my favorite month. The word “October” bursts in my mind an array of burnt orange, burgundy, and amber. The excited energy; the undercurrent of change in the atmosphere.
Momsomnia (def): That time in the middle of the night when a mom wakes up and her brain all of a sudden decides it’s time to go into overload and think of any and every single thing she couldn’t get to or think about during her day chasing children.
Growing up my dad was a volunteer for many organizations around the Omaha area.
But you sigh and realize that in this day in age, hearing or seeing information about an event in the media is inevitable.
My boys are three years old and have an email account. No, it’s not what you think. They are not emailing their friends for play dates or signing up for the Lego newsletter.
I never really knew the struggles of feeding children until I had my own. Even the kids I watched from time to time when I was younger didn’t seem to have any issues with eating. The infant stage seemed easy enough. There are really only two options: breast milk or formula. The six month mark […]
I began my stay at home mom journey when my oldest was 2 1/2 and I was days away from having our now middle child. Previously, I had taught seventeen 5 year olds so staying at home with my own seemed like it would be a breeze. I couldn’t have been more wrong. Here is a […]
“Can you buy this (insert item here) for me?” My answer to this common shopping question changes depending on the item, the store or my mood. The goal, today and everyday, is to buy only the items on my list. I have yet to succeed. “You already have one.” followed with “You don’t need two.” […]
Hey, Mamas, you’re beautiful. Has anyone told you this lately? Because it’s true. And I know you don’t always feel it.