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Cherish the Moment

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This was originally posted on the Pretty in Poop blog by the inciteful Miss Jacy. We love her writing here at Millennial Mommy Site, and we’re sure you will too! In… Read more >

3 Reasons to Stop Watching the Bachelor if you’re a Christian Woman

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This was originally posted on A Hopeful Happenstance Blog by the lovely Miss Payton! We love her blog at Millennial Mommy Site and are so excited to feature this article… Read more >

So You don’t feel Connected to Your Newborn? You’re not Alone.

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This was originally posted on A Hopeful Happenstance blog. In this post, Payton tells us about her birth experience, and more importantly, about her postpartum feelings. She tells us that… Read more >

Keep Them Grounded and Teach Them to Fly

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This was originally posted on Lines and Lattes Blog. In this post, Linda describes how important it is to teach our kids all the valuable life lessons we can. And… Read more >

Mama, You are Still Precious in His Sight!

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This was originally posted on Like Baby Bear Soup blog. In this post, Beth reminds us that no matter what we are going through, God is still here for us…. Read more >

How Teachers can Meet the Needs of Biracial Kids in the Classroom

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This was originally published on Are Those Your Kids blog by the lovely and insightful Diedre Anthony. In this post (which was featured on the Huffington Post), Diedre gives advice… Read more >

Battling Hydrocephalus – A Cure at Last

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This was originally posted on From Engineer to Stay at Home Mom Blog. This is the 2nd part of Christy’s story (read the 1st part here) about her search for… Read more >

Battling Hydrocephalus and Hoping for a Cure

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This was originally posted on From Engineer to Stay at Home Mom Blog. In this post, Christy describes how she has been battling hydrocephalus and hoping for a cure since… Read more >

Overcoming Life’s Challenges One Step at a Time

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This was originally posted on Be Fed Again by Brooke Fedigan. In this post, Brooke describes the scare she and her husband went through at the birth of their son… Read more >

5 Tips to Help make God your First Priority

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This was originally posted on Tumbleweeds and Big Dreams by Miss Amanda! Have you noticed that God isn’t first in your life lately? Maybe He isn’t even in the top… Read more >

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