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Author Archive | Michelle Walter

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Mommy Rules, Stop Shaming Yourself

Hey, you… other mom… psssst…. I see you. I see you hiding in your car. The only place you get a few minutes to yourself while your kids are asleep in the backseat. I see you getting drive thru just so you can have two minutes of peace where the kids are snacking in the backseat on […]

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How-To Find a Mommy Friend

“Almost thirty-something mom who likes to peruse Facebook when not playing with play dough. Looking for friends who have two little ones and can sympathize over a cup of coffee or a big glass of wine. Enjoys chit chat about movies and music, well mostly ones that came out prior to having children. Potty training […]

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Kindermusik: Teaching through Song and Play at Kathy’s Music

Music and playtime all in one, at Kathy’s Music you and your children can make new friends and learn new things while the little ones get a moment to play and learn at the same time! That is a pretty good deal for an hour session, I thought! Kindermusik, through Kathy’s Music, provides a full […]

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3, 2, 1… Now what?

 3… 2… 1! Happy New Year!! Excited cheers filled with hope and everyone sharing hugs and kisses with one another make New Years such a special holiday. Whether you go to a big party with friends or stay at home with your loved ones; New Year’s Eve gives you a time to reflect on the […]

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Your Kid is an Artist at Jellybean Street!

Experimenting with the world of art should start at a young age. Whether it is with markers and crayons or paints; kids and babies should have the opportunity to express their thoughts and emotions while getting a little messy. Jellybean Street promotes painting workshops for kids ranging from babies to toddlers (2-5 years old) and […]

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Dear Mother-in-law…

Dear Mother-In-Law, You helped your son learn to walk and then helped take the hand of your grandchildren for their first steps. You read to your little boy as he sat on your lap and now you get to do the same with your grandchildren. You raised a great man that I have been able […]

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