What A Physical Therapist Recommends For Moms With Diastasis Recti

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Hello! I’m Brooke Foley. As a physical therapist, I have the privilege of treating women who are pregnant – and these patients have taken a soft spot in my heart since becoming a mom last year. Women frankly talk with me about their growing bellies, aches and pains, and concerns about the loss of their… 

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Why Every Mom Should Have A Snack Rug

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    Every night after the kids go to bed my husband and I restore order in our house and clean up all the little messes. Toy messes are one thing. I can handle plastic stuff being scattered all over my house. What I CAN’T handle is when food is scattered all over my house…. 

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Why “Spinning Your Wheels” Might Be The Most Important Thing You Do As A Mom

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A few months ago in my hometown it was announced that a vehicle dealership would be moving to a new location on the edge of town. This edge of town happened to be the same edge of town we reside in. The mister and I drove by the new location one night to see that… 

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I Always Want To Remember What It’s Like To Have Small Children

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Mother’s Day started this year at 2:15am when I heard my three year old yelling for me from his room. Like many nights, he was up to go potty and we haven’t quite mastered him going all by himself in the middle of the night yet. “It’s too scary at night,” he tells me. As… 

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5 BOSU Ball Moves Every Mom Needs To Do

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If you’ve been to a gym before, you’ve most likely seen the BOSU lying there in the corner. There were years when I didn’t use it simply because I didn’t know HOW to! One day I decided to try a few moves that I’d seen others do, and it quickly because one of my favorite… 

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Do My Kids Know They’re Loved?

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Last week was my husband’s 29th birthday. When holidays come around, I usually pick out a present for him from the kids and me. But this year, my three year old wanted to help. He’s at an age where he gets the whole birthday deal, and was PUMPED to be able to pick out something… 

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When Your Family’s Game Plan Is Changed Because Of A Special Needs Child

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Competitive. If there is one word that describes our family, it would be competitive. My years of motherhood have experienced more sweaty clothes, balls, sport shoes and practices. The talk around the table seems to always bring up sports. So…why wouldn’t deciding the size of your family have a little opposition? We thought we had… 

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Exploring The Vitamin Shoppe

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Over the past few months I’ve made a 180 when it comes to nutrition, and I’m now constantly on the lookout for ways I can incorporate healthy nutrients into my family. I was absolutely thrilled when I was selected for a FitFluential campaign with The Vitamin Shoppe. They gave me a $100 gift card and… 

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I’m A Boy Mom, And This Is How I Hope They Love “Her”

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  Please love her like your Daddy loves me. As I’m writing this you boys are 4 and almost 2. We are still in the thick of diapers, sippy cups, naps, and tantrums. Both of you are interested mainly in trains, trucks, and dirt. The most important girl in your life right now is me,… 

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Introducing: MMT Academy

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  Three and a half years ago I had my first baby, and decided to leave my full time job as an event planner to become a stay at home mom. I’ve never regretted my decision. I love being at home to witness the tiniest milestones and the big emotions that are part of the… 

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