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Easy Cloud Photo Storage

Let’s make cloud photo storage less scary and free up some space on your phones. You’ve finally gotten a hold of that fancy new phone! It works with your favorite apps to turn on your lights, unlock your door, or allow you to launch your toddler’s favorite song with just your voice. All you really care […]

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Whatever Happened to the Basement Party?

Let’s put the simple back into birthday parties.  I remember homemade cakes, party bags filled with plastic toys, magicians, and screaming friends in basements. Birthday parties have always been filled with fun and joy for the special birthday child and their friends and family. But lately, the parties are replacing bowls of chips and twisted […]

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When You’re Expecting #3

Every time you expect a new baby, there is lots of excitement and also lots of concerns. For your first baby, you worry about doing everything right. The right diet, buying all the right products, reading #allthethings pertaining to pregnancy, delivery, and babies, etc. With your second, you worry about dividing your time. You worry […]

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Lunchbox Blues at School

We all know that we need to eat for energy. A long day at school requires good nourishment but some kids struggle with eating lunch and snacks while at school. My son often comes home with a barely touched lunchbox. There are common reasons why this may happen as identified by kidseatright – learn how to […]

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The Bitter Aftertaste of Social Media as a Mom

Whenever I meet someone who doesn’t use social media I always ask, but why? How do you keep in touch with people? They respond explaining important people call or visit you in person. Or they say that social media is a distraction they don’t need. I argue back that my family lives far away, this […]

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Time

Give It A Year

This past week I celebrated the first anniversary of my becoming a resident of Northern Westchester. So much has changed since that late-October day that my husband, our dog, and my eight-months-pregnant-self moved into our house. Sirens vs. Snakes Accustomed to the more crowded, noisy environs of New York City, I found the quiet unsettling. […]

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