Drop your pants for #Underwareness. Wait, what!? (with Starbucks giveaway)

Got kids? If so, how many times have you said, “Why didn’t anyone TELL me about this part of it?” I’m talking about the afterpains. The hair loss. The sad puppy that becomes part of your belly (and never really goes away.) I’m talking about the bladder leakage. (Don’t worry, no one is listening. It’s…

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Pelvic Floor Weakness? Solve it with Apex (Giveaway)

Many woman find that before having children they can run up and down the stairs, do yoga, bounce on a trampoline and more without any problem. But after childbirth? Well, some of those activities can result in embarrassing “oops” moments. Not that I know anything about them… (Ok. I lie. I know all about them.)…

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A Message for All Women: You Are Enough. #ImEnough by @theMrsBand #ad

Thanks to Mrs. Band for sponsoring today’s post about the #ImEnough campaign. We women sure are hard on ourselves, aren’t we? I can’t speak for everyone, but I know that if I’m ever given a compliment, the first thing I do is deflect it. “Oh, you’re a good mom!” “Who me? Oh, well, I try,…

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On Being "That" Mom

There’s just something about being “that mom” in the grocery store – you know, the plain one with the unwashed hair and no time to accessorize, trying to handle a yelping 1yo who wants to walk through the bulk candy aisle by herself and a 4yo who WILL. NOT. STOP. “mom, mom, momming” long enough…

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Help a new mama fluff her nest with the gift of "gentle clean"! #PampersWipes #DDDivas

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This review was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I was provided with the featured item free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% mine. What’s up with moms not getting baby showers after the first baby? I guess that’s a thing, but I think ALL pregnant moms deserve to be…

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Adjusting to Motherhood: My Biggest Challenge

I’ve always been a classic Type A personality–a chronic overachiever, and frankly, a bit of a control freak. That’s not to say I did everything perfectly, but I always strove to, and I based my own personal self-worth on my achievements and ability to do everything, all at once. To me, unless I got an…

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