Emily Howe

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Potty Training Is The Actual Worst

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Ok, I'm just going to say it; we've all been thinking it, and we've all been there at one point or another. Potty Training SUCKS!! It's the absolute worst, and I hate it. Man, do I...

Breaking Out of her Shell

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When you have a shy kid and an out-going kid, it can make play dates tricky. Of course, my firstborn is shy.  She always has been and gets it from her father. So, she's...

Cup for Cup

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“Don’t measure your worth by someone else’s opinion of you.” This is something I’m finding myself saying more and more. And man, do I mean it. A colleague once said in a meeting, “someone else’s...

Growing Up In A Digital Age

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It’s 2019. Most people are on social media and with that so are our kids. We take pictures and share stories, both digitally and written. We tweet out funny things, come up with creative...

What’s Your Story?

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So often, when we meet someone new, we ask, “What do you do for a living?” or “Do you have kids?” But so rarely we say, “Tell me something interesting about yourself,” or “What’s...

Babies, Feeding, and Support

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When my daughter was born in 2014, I was a first-time mom, and so naïve. I planned to breastfeed her for the first year. After she was born and put on my chest, my...

Meltdowns Mitigated: Taking a Minute

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For adults and kids alike, meltdowns are tough. As adults, I feel like it's easy for us to get overwhelmed, apologize, and then repeat. The cycle continues. Why don't we just say, "I need...

Supporting Women: You Got This!

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“You got this”, it’s something I say all the time, to my friends, to my kids or to my husband, and my clients. And the truth is, I mean it, you got this. I’m a big believer...

Teachers Deserve More Than A Week

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This week is teacher appreciation week, and to show our appreciation for those wonderful heroes every teacher everywhere is getting that week off with pay and going on a destination vacation of their choosing. JUST...

“No Thank You” Bites {Discouraging Picky Eating}

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Growing up it was my older sister, my parents, and me. My mom cooked and we ate, it was that simple. If she cooked something and we didn't like it we had two options;...