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Kaylee is a wife to Cody and boy mom to Lewis and Sheamus. She has been a central Indiana girl her whole life, currently residing in Avon with her family and bullmastiff Buckley. Kaylee was a teacher for 7 years before becoming a stay at home mom. She's a lover of bookstores, Netflix, good food and beer, vacation planning, and treating everyday like Christmas while navigating this messy and wonderful life.

You Know You’re a Breastfeeding Mom If…

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I breastfed my first baby until he was 15 months, only stopping because I lost my milk during my second pregnancy. I'm currently still breastfeeding my second son. I feel like I've experienced it...

Dear After-Hours Mom

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Dear After-Hours Mom, I see you. It's finally getting dark outside, and the kids are in bed. Maybe you rocked your baby to sleep. Perhaps you left a happy kid in their room after some...

PTSD in Parenting: How I’m Overcoming Anxieties

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My firstborn son gave me PTSD. While my level of self-diagnosed PTSD is light years from what others suffer with, it’s still something I struggle with almost daily. He began daycare when he was seven...

Meet Our Indianapolis Moms: Kaylee Hardwick

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Hi, there! My name is Kaylee, and I am a proud member of Indianapolis Moms!    I grew up in the small town of Pittsboro, Indiana, where I attended St. Malachy School. My Catholic school background...

Thoughts on Turning Thirty

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Turning thirty can be daunting. It seems like once you're out of your 20s, the world labels you as old, boring, and having one foot in the grave. When I turned 20, I couldn't...

Rip it Real Good – Momma’s First Wax

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It seems everywhere I turn, there’s talk of self-care. They say you can’t pour from an empty cup. They say to take time for yourself, momma! They say to avoid burnout and attend to...

Making the Most of My Time at Home

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Stay at home moms are sometimes thought to have it all together at home. "You're home all the time, so isn't your house spotless and laundry basket empty and oven constantly cooking up the...

“Momming” Through the Changing Seasons of Life

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“How you doing?” “Ugh. Busy, but ok!” Six months ago, this was how nearly every conversation would begin for me. As a teacher, wife, and mom with a 2-going-on-13-year-old and newborn with colic, my life was...

National Human Trafficking Awareness Day: What Hoosiers Should Know

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A couple years ago, if you would have mentioned "slavery" to me, I would have been transported back to 5th grade Social Studies class. We were assigned to take on the role of either...
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