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In Her Own Time

My daughter has a tendency to use me as a human shield between her and other people when she has to interact with adults. She’ll stand plastered to me, arm rigidly locked around mine, her face half-hidden behind my sleeve as she tries smilingly to answer any bit of chit-chat thrown her way. If you’ve […]

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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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6 Life Lessons I'm Learning From (1)

6 Life Lessons I’m Learning From My Two-Year-Old

My son will be turning two this month and boy am I getting a glimpse of what’s to come! Every day Liam pronounces new words, masters a new skill. Every day we discover facets of his developing personality: determined, loving, and oh so funny. But… with these developments come many, many challenges. My job, as a mom, is no longer […]

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15 mom pet peeves

15 Mom Pet Peeves (Shared by Real Moms)

Can’t think of just one? Don’t worry, these moms had a hard time choosing, too! Who knew entering the motherhood world would mean acquiring so many new pet peeves?  “My life is more than happy Instagram posts, so if I can’t pick up your call it’s not because I’m “annoying”, it’s because I’m chasing my child who’s […]

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