Now that we have 3 kids, here’s my go-to Cabin Fever list of ideas for those dreary and dark winter days.
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I was lucky enough to grow up 10 miles from both sets of grandparents and even had my Great-Grandma in my life until I was 17.
I know there is a stigma behind setting New Year’s resolutions. People set lofty goals that are unattainable, dreaming of becoming someone far from themselves. My family looks at the resolutions we make on January 1st as opportunities.
December 12th, 2014 is a date I will remember just as much as I remember her birthday. It is the day my Mom’s worldly journey ended. Just a couple weeks before Christmas.
I’m super excited to be a contributor for Omaha Moms Blog because I can connect with other moms through my writing. Because of my husband’s work schedule, I am often doing the mom thing at home while he’s out of town, which leads to an interesting perspective.
Two years ago our family moved 25 miles north of Omaha, to Missouri Valley, for my husband Mike’s job. He commutes between Council Bluffs, Omaha, and Sioux City doing bridge and heavy highway construction (sorry about those road delays around I-80!). We love being part of the greater Omaha area and the ways both big […]
I’ve lived in Omaha for about 7 ½ years. It took me a couple of years, but now I truly call Omaha my home. I love that you can get anywhere in 15-20 minutes and that every week there are trendy new restaurants and businesses popping up on every side of town.
Omaha After a decade of living in Colorado, I moved to Omaha just over 2 years ago. I am a Native Nebraskan, born and raised on the much less populated western side of the state. After spending two years at Union College in Lincoln, I finished my BSN degree at the UNMC College of Nursing- […]
As Veteran’s Day nears us, I often pause to think about what that means for our family.
This post came up because of a conversation with other OMB writers. Specifically, Catherine said she was going to come and sit in on my class this fall; although the semester has started and her attendance has been pretty bad (haha). As an economics professor and Director of the UNO Center for Economic Education my […]