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Celebrating National Coffee Day :: Indianapolis Area Coffee Shop Round Up

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Did you know September 29th is National Coffee Day? Oh, you know we did! Our writers here at Indianapolis Moms Blog have rounded up some of our favorite Indy coffee shops to help you caffeinate locally! Because if you’re a parent, chances are you could use a cup right about now. Indianapolis Henry’s Coffee Bistro […]

My Journey in the NICU {NICU Awareness Month}

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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Hancock Health. All opinions are of those who wrote the post.

She Won’t Need Me One Day

My almost 21-month-old climbed up the kitchen island jumping up and down saying, “More? More?” Getting increasingly higher in pitch and volume until I give her my attention. “What do you want more of?” I ask. She points to the green and yellow fruit across the room. “Mango?” I ask. She dances, swaying side to […]

Playground Safety: How I Learned the Hard Way

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Playground safety is something I don’t take lightly anymore. It’s not that I never did, but I learned a difficult lesson the hard way as a new mom years ago. My son was a month away from turning two years old. We drove an hour west of town to visit his aunt and play on […]

Therapy After Miscarriage: The Key to My Recovery

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One in four pregnancies end in miscarriage. I am one in four and I am not alone. I would like to think this statistic is becoming more well known, but I am not sure that’s the case. So many of us experience a loss with our partner, grieve alone silently and feel the like we are wearing […]

National Taco Day: The Best Tacos in the City to Celebrate

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Listen up friends, pay close attention because this may be the most important thing you read all week… IT’S NATIONAL TACO DAY! Look, we can all agree this year has been kind of a mess, but at least we will always have tacos right? Skip cooking tonight mama, support a local business, and grab some […]

Ways to Celebrate National Family Day

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Every time my three-year-old gets off of FaceTime with my mother, she says “I really miss grandmother, we haven’t seen her in months and years and days.” It breaks my heart every single time she says this. My daughters are used to monthly visits to their grandmother’s home in Chicago. They love spending time at […]

Stopping to Appreciate: Mondays We CAN Handle

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It’s Sunday at 9 pm, do you know where your sanity is?  Moms – and all caregivers – can empathize with all versions of the Sunday scaries better than any demographic out there. Between meal prepping, packing sports bags, and in 2020, setting up our kids’ online learning for Monday morning, we don’t have any […]

33: The Year of Me

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I remember when 33 sounded “so old” when I assumed people were just boring old married couples with lots of kids running around. Little did I know, 33 would be the year that I would understand what mattered in life, learned to take care of myself, learn to put my happiness higher up on the […]

Butler Theatre Presents: 
Lafcadio, the Lion Who Shot Back

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Disclaimer: This post is in part of a sponsorship with Butler Arts and Events Center. Butler Theatre Presents: Shel Silverstein’s Lafcadio, the Lion Who Shot Back {Adapted and Directed by Elaina Artemiev} Adapted from Shel Silverstein’s story, Lafcadio is a young lion who does not know what a hunter is but soon finds out–and decides that […]

Baking Memories: Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches

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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Hudsonville Ice Cream. All opinions stated are our own.

A Letter to My Daughter’s Birth Mom

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Dear Birth Mom,  I think of you every single day. We have a deep bond that is unexplainable to those who have not walked in our shoes. We are living proof of deep connection in this world. How on earth can you bond with someone you don’t really know? It’s possible if you let it. […]

Bending the Gender Norms

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When we found out we were having a boy, there were so many different things that ran through my mind. Would he play football like his daddy? Would he be a mama’s boy? Could I teach him to grow up to be a sensitive, understanding young man in this wild world we live in?  I […]

My Ongoing Struggle With Anxiety and OCD

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For as long as I can remember I have been a worrier, as a child, a teenager, and as an adult. My first memories of anxiety and worry come around the age of eight when I had an intense fear of poisons and chemicals. I can remember bringing my mom cleaners wrapped in a towel […]

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Celebrating National Coffee Day :: Indianapolis Area Coffee Shop Round Up

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Did you know September 29th is National Coffee Day? Oh, you know we did! Our writers here at Indianapolis Moms Blog have rounded up some of...
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