Category: Parenting

Not Your Typical Soccer Moms

Woman Assaulted After Demanding Mom Quiet Screaming Child

By now I’m sure most of you have heard about the story of the San Francisco woman who was assaulted by a mom who was shopping with her child while the child was having a tantrum, and the woman demanded her to quiet her screaming child. I’m unclear on whether the child actually had a…
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Reflections of Motherhood

Mothers were asked to share some things they’ve learned along the journey of Motherhood. Here are some things these moms had to say: Sharing is caring:

Sexy Moms Rock is Sponsoring the 100 Women Entrepreneurs Run/Walk

The 100 Women Entrepreneurs Run/Walk is a 5k race designed to bring together career and women entrepreneurs who wish to join us for a day of sisterhood, fitness and raising money to support charity. The run was founded and  created by entrepreneurs Vicki Irvin, Chereace Richards & Erana Tyler who all have reputations for empowering…
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I Am My Mother’s Daughter

I’ve always heard the phrase ‘You’ll understand when you have kids of your own”.  While I’ve heard it so much, it became one of those sayings you just accept and brush off.  It wasn’t until this last week that it really and truly hit me that I am my mother’s daughter.  We were able to…
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Love Your Kids More Than You Hate That Man

  Kim B. Miller How to Love Your Kids More Than You Hate That Man www.loveyourkidsmore.com www.kimbmiller.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/iamkimbmillerInstagram: http://instagram.com/iamkimbmiller Imagine not being able to see your children. It seems hard to grasp but that is the reality for a lot of parents, especially dads. No, a lack of desire or time is not the…
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An Unprepared Mother

A few weeks ago, while playing outside of my parents’ house, my son fell and hit his face on the concrete pavement. While his face was pretty badly cut, my mother looked at his teeth and gums, and there appeared to be no damage. Fast forward a few weeks, and I noticed his two front…
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Is It Too Early To Teach My Kids Financial Responsibility?

One of the most common stories we hear at this time is from adults who learned all too late how to be financially responsible. They often learn after having to rebuild their credit because of unwise decisions. I can raise my hand and say I’ve been there too. It takes a moment to demolish it,…
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He Loves Me, But Not My Kid

One of the most touching stories I’ve ever heard about finding love again was from my mother. After having myself and my brother with our biological father, he played no positive role in our upbringing. He was not in a mental capacity where it was even healthy for him to be in a relationship, or…
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When You Want to Shake Them

Being the mom of a teenager is not the easiest thing in the world. In truth, it is a roller coaster of non-hormonal related emotions; laugh, cry, fun, and frustration. We celebrate when they realize the greatness within them and cry when their young innocence is shattered by the realities of life. We can’t stop…
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Quality Time: How Do I Find More Of It?

As moms, we always try and do the best we can for our children. Often we find ourselves in positions where we look back at a situation and feel like we could have handled it differently. Sometimes it may seem that everyone else claims to have the answers to parenthood and we’re still searching for…
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