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What You Must Know If You Have Baby Fever

Have you been sucked in by all of the adorable babies in your Facebook feed? Do you coo at every infant you see in the grocery store? You may not be able to contain your throbbing ovaries much longer, the baby fever is coming for you!  more

Tags: This Week in Moms, Mom, Moms, Mother, Mothers, Mommy, Mommies, parent, Parents, parenting, Kid, Kids, child, Children, the y, YMCA, baby, babies, motherhood, Travel, Saving, friends, Family, support, Change

Moving In

Moving your life from one place to another is a challenge, especially with a child. Here are a few reflections on my recent move and a few tips to help your next move go smoothly. more

Tags: This Week in Moms, Mom, Moms, Mother, Mothers, Mommy, Mommies, parent, Parents, parenting, Kid, Kids, child, Children, the y, YMCA, House, Home, moving, Move, baby, babies, toddlers, Toddler, Packing, Family, friends, Babysitter, help, Furniture, Childproofing

Dinner Hacking

Spend less time wondering what’s for dinner and more time eating it! I’ve made a list of a few tips to help you prepare easy, nutritious meals at home without spending a ton of time. more

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Dinner: A Photo Essay

Dinner, we all partake. Yet many young leaders today view this daily ritual much differently than generations of the past. What exactly does supper time mean to Americans across the country (and around the world). Check out this photo essay by Miho Aikawa to find out how dinner has become much more about a glimpse into our private lives, social habits, and personalities than it is nutrition and sustenance.  more

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Slower than a Snail, Riding on a Turtle

While Tony's away (and likely running on a beautiful beach somewhere along the West Coast), check out what our guest blogger, Mamie's, up to back in the Midwest. We have a feeling if you're not already running, you're going to want to join the race after reading what's on her mind.  more

Tags: This Week in Runners, Running, pace, pacing, Marathon, Race, the y, YMCA, inspiration, motivation, determination, Family, Community, neighbors

Memorial Day Reflections

We’re remembering all the fallen soldiers this Memorial Day. It’s also a nice time to relax with friends and family and maybe some encased meats. Holidays in general make me pause and take stock – of my life, of time, of my world.

My daughter is only five months old, but warnings to savor this time come uninvited from both friends and strangers. “They’ll be off to college in a blink.” “The longest shortest time.” I get the ‘longest’ part. In the middle of the night when she wakes up for another straight hour on the hour, those afternoons when we’re circling the block again to not wake her. more

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