Category Archives: Siblings

  1. Graduating From Limbo – Sponsored Post

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    July 22, 2016 by Katia

    The following post is very personal to me, as I share the story of my fertility journey. It is also …
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  2. Typical Phone Conversation Between Two Moms Who Know Each Other Very Well and Have Small Children

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    May 2, 2016 by Katia

    “All mothers are slightly insane” J. D. Salinger *dialing friend’s number* Friend: yeah, hi (side mumble).   Me: cool. Yeah. …
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  3. 12 Lesser Known Parenting Struggles That Are Real

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    January 27, 2016 by Katia

    I think we can all agree that being a parent is like practicing Scientology. Certain aspects of Parenting are common …
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  4. I’ve Created a Toddler

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    January 6, 2016 by Katia

    There comes a time in every toddler’s life when all of their creative energy that’s been building up for what …
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  5. 9 Ways to Tell Your Toddler is a Second Child

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    June 23, 2015 by Katia

    Empirical studies conducted by me show that toddlers with an older sibling are 100% more likely to use the expression …
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  6. On Synthetic Children and Female Empowerment

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    March 20, 2015 by Katia

    Sometimes I’m deep. Sometimes I’m funny. I had a chance to explore both sides through my Yummy Mummy Club posts …
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  7. Is There Such a Thing as Being Overly Compassionate? #1000Speak

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    February 20, 2015 by Katia

    A friend who knows me like the back of her hand once told me that I had an uncanny ability …
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Scary Mommy
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It’s equally horrifying and inspiring to watch these brave women come out and share accounts of harassment and abuse. 
Me too, I wish I didn’t have to write that. These events can leave wounds that no one can see on the outside but wreck a woman’s self worth and relationship to her world. I read that 90% of sexual harassment cases involve women as the victims. This is a global problem. Women and girls in all walks of life have stories of what it’s like to be sexually harassed, intimidated or abused. I truly hope this dialogue will make real and lasting change. #metoo metoo #stopsexualharrassment #realtalk #womenissues #shame #noshame #speakup
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