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The Slacker Mom - Part 2

You know what they say about plans…

July 20, 2013

35 is tricky. At least it seems to be for me. On one hand, we are finally in a house, feeling settled. On the other hand, my body is starting to rev up for the big change. Or so I thought. Apparently the ladies in my family all have biological clocks that expire in the […]

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Helloooo Out There!

June 14, 2013

Well, it’s been awhile. I have to say, there were many days when all I wanted to do was sit down and write, but time was just not on my side. Here are the high (and low) points: We bought a house!  We closed on the 31st and have been in full-on moving mode ever […]

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I Thought I Lost my Kid.

May 1, 2013

Right now I am sitting at my dining room table, trying to figure out how in the world I am going to get this house packed up. I can’t get the dishes done without Judah running out the backdoor, let alone do work where I need to be sorting and organizing and getting rid of […]

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Is it Friday yet?

April 18, 2013

I seriously need it to be Friday.  And I need Friday to be GOOD. This week we had… Monday, which brought clarity to the fact that you should never trust someone who switches between his landlord, investor, and businessman hats so frequently.  Also: people who think the phrase “I’m putting my (fill in the blank) […]

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Spoiler Alert: We Just Bought a House!

April 16, 2013

It has been a really, really, really, exhausting and LONG 10 days. Two Saturdays ago we were informed that our neighbors were putting their house on the market.  It’s totally gorgeous, in a desirable neighborhood, in a seller’s market, so it of course sold in about 16 seconds.  Our landlord emailed us letting us know […]

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Support, not Silence.

April 5, 2013

1 in 88. 1 in 54. 1 in 50. These are the numbers that have swirled around the Autism community for the past year or so.  That 1 in 54 is important to me because it most closely represents us- 1 in 54 boys will be diagnosed with Autism.  At least that is the finding […]

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Don’t be Captain Obvious

March 12, 2013

There are few things that irk me more than when a pregnant woman complains of morning sickness and someone tells her to eat a Saltine before she gets out of bed in the morning. Is there anyone in the world that does not know this trick?  If you have read a book, seen a movie, […]

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Bizzy Babee Wrap {A Review & Giveaway}

March 8, 2013

I used to host the Breastfeeding Blog Hop and every Thursday was my night to sit down and dish about the ups and downs of nursing.  I handed the reigns over to the lovely ladies at Sisters n’ Cloth and Life of Wife, Mummy, and Nurse this past summer but I still get a hefty […]

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Goodbye Gluten

February 27, 2013

I have been dragging my feet on making dietary changes for the boys since we first got our autism diagnosis just over 2 years ago.  (Sidebar: has it only been 2 years?  It feels like it’s been forever!)  For every study or anecdote that says a gluten-free casein-free diet makes a difference, there is an […]

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Toddler Date and a Review {Noodles & Company}

February 26, 2013

We have finally settled into a routine after all of the winter holidays and the ever present sickness that was running through our house, making it difficult to get through a week without someone staying home form school. One of the things we have started to do is go on dates with Judah. Some days […]

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