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Miranda is a first time mom to 1-year-old Avett. She works full time as a social worker and admits that this professional work influences her parenting style and blog content greatly! Especially because her husband is a social worker as well. Miranda and her family live on the near south side of Indianapolis in the fixer upper they have recently gutted and renovated. Miranda was born and raised, for the most part, in Indianapolis. In her free time you can find her with her family trying a new Indy brewery or restaurant, or showing Avett one of the many great things about Indianapolis as a city! Miranda also enjoys yoga, hiking, traveling, swimming, writing, and sharing every experience with her family.

Generation of Judgment- A Lesson That Co-sleeping Taught Me

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I’ll never co-sleep with my kids. I chuckle, thinking back to my pre-kid self as I stuff pee covered, king-sized sheets into my washer. A thing I said would never be a thing is definitely...

I Have No Personal Space, I’m Tired, and I’m Thriving

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I feel like I'm finally thriving. I'm tired, my house is a mess, my child is almost three, potty training is a nightmare most days, and I could hardly find time to sit down...

Meet Our Indianapolis Moms: Miranda Tworek

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Hey, Indy Moms! Miranda here. Avett, my two-year-old, calls me Mom. I've been an Indiana resident my entire life. I grew up on the very near Westside of Indianapolis, spent a quality four years...

Indy’s Best Kept Secret for Parents

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Revealed! If you know me personally, you know I am continually talking up the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis. It's because my family enjoys the benefits on most days of the week. Obviously each of the...

Maybe We Needed to Stay at Home

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Maybe we needed to stay home. Perhaps we needed to be given permission to stop, to reset, to look up from the grind and into each other’s eyes. Because a family with two teenagers just...

Raising Kids Who Know How to Be Disappointed

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The other day I heard a mom negotiating with her middle school-aged child. Her daughter was visibly upset and disappointed about missing out on an opportunity. The mom scrambled to calm her down as...

Getting Fresh Air- Outdoor Spots to Visit Near Indy

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Coronavirus has been identified in Indianapolis. Schools and businesses are temporarily closing, the kids are home, and we're stuck inside, right? Not necessarily! Here are some of our favorite spots in and around Indy...

I Don’t Want to be a “Working Mom” Anymore

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I’ve been a working mom for over two years now. I knock out a 40-hour workweek, usually some side work hours as well, and call myself Mom 24/7. I’ve always prided myself on this....

I Carry the Mental Load in My Family and I’m Exhausted

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I know what my son had for lunch today. I kept track of what time he napped, whether he pooped or not, and his daily activities, all while keeping up with the chaos of my...

Essential Oils- Myths and Realities

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A few short years ago, I would have rolled my eyes at a post like this. Essential oils? Yeah, right, nooo thanks. I kick myself now when I think back to the many times...

Our Family of Three- Why I’m in No Rush to Add Siblings

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  As my son’s second birthday approaches, the question comes more and more often. “So?? When are you having a second?” My answer fluctuates but has settled on letting friends and family know that we’re...

When Breastfeeding Doesn’t Come Naturally

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If you’re looking forward to reading about a sweet, positive breastfeeding journey, this isn’t it. Maybe they exist, but I wouldn’t know. What I do know is what I wish I would have known...

Summer Road Tripping with a Toddler- The Good, the Bad, and the Life-Changing

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I’ve now had almost 2800 miles to collect my thoughts, and I think I can now correctly sum up our recent road trip. You know all the regular toddler stuff like poopy diapers, tantrums,...

National Water Safety Month- The Importance of Early Water Exposure and How to Begin...

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May is National Water Safety Month. While I haven’t personally experienced the horror of losing a child to drowning the topic is near and dear to my heart. Swimming has always been a part...
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