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Looking to the Future: My Birth Daughter is Graduating High School

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My birth daughter graduates from high school in a week or so. The irony is that my second daughter is graduating from Kindergarten. It...

The Adoption Story Continues: A Reuniting of Birth-Daughter and Mother

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Why can’t I see my sister? When can I see my sister next? Why doesn’t my sister live near us? These are just a...

Suffering Is A Choice. Or Is It?

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Meditation is a regular, if not daily, part of my overall wellness routine. I love the quick, guided meditations from a health and fitness...

I Survived Year One of Baby

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By the time this is published, my second child will be one. He is my first infant I’ve raised, as our oldest was done...

An Open Letter to My Birth Daughter: An Adoption Story

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If only... what if... Everyone has a story that often comes with regrets. But in this story there is no regret, only courage and...

:: SAVE THE DATE :: Third Annual BLOOM with Duluth Moms...

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We are thrilled to be bringing this fantastic event back to Duluth for the third year! BLOOM is an event for new and expecting...

Pregnancy After Infertility

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What?! Incredulous. Shocked. Unable to process the world around me. No swirling thoughts however, as I wasn't having any. I had convinced myself over and over...

National Donate Life Month

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April is marked as National Donate Life Month. Organ and supplemental donations are a subject that I was thrown into without much warning. You...

Parenting a Blended Family

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I was driving to the grocery store with my husband’s daughter one morning. He wasn’t actually my husband then, and she was a squeaky-voiced...

5 Things My Baby Survived Without

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I vividly remember holding each of my girls for the first time. It's hard to put that moment into words. But all of a...