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Kansas City Moms Blog
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Bringing online mothers together offline in meaningful, lasting community.
Bringing online mothers together offline in meaningful, lasting community.

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"Choosing a car seat and keeping up with changing safety guidelines can be overwhelming. Installing them correctly can be even more challenging. But, this is one of those things you just can't get wrong."

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"I had to learn the hard way that my value as a mother wasn’t directly tied to whether or not the world thought I had it together. It was based on how I felt at the end of the day."

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The total solar eclipse is just weeks away! Here are some helpful tips and ideas for making the most of "The Great American Eclipse" with your kids.

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"I’ve avoided going places as to not have to listen to ear-piercing screams for the. entire. ride. I have researched what it would take to install a limousine partition in my vehicle so I could simply press a button, roll that puppy up, and drive in sweet, sweet silence."

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"Since they are only with us once during the week and every other weekend, I thought we had to cram that time full of togetherness. Turns out that isn’t good for anyone!"

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"Shoes - My kids haven’t worn shoes all summer, so we need to try them on and check fit. It would be a bad surprise if they slid on those sneakers for the first day of gym class and found their toes couldn’t lay flat."

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"FAIL: Mommy melt-downs. A lot of people warned me about age 3. Stupidly, I only half-listened."

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"Someday we'll think this is a cute story to tell at dinner parties, right? We'll laugh about our baggy eyes, spectacular failures, vacations that were NOT vacations and think 'Ahh, I wish I were doing that again.'"

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"I didn’t have much support to say the least. But what I did have were memories of a troubled childhood that drove me to push for a better life for my kids than I ever had." http://bit.ly/2v33uJY

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"Being a physician helps me realize that things could always be a lot worse. I try to think, 'Oh good, he ate broccoli tonight!' instead of thinking, “Well, we had chicken nuggets yesterday because I didn’t have time to make something.” Instead of sweating the little things, I try to celebrate the little things."
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