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A Mother’s Leadership

I was recently filling out the departmental scholarship application for my upcoming college year when I was asked to respond to this prompt: “Describe examples of your leadership experience in which you have significantly influenced others, helped resolve disputes, or

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Posted in Being a Young Mother, College, Family, Home, Pregnancy, Raising Children, Relationships

Impending Government Shut-Down

So working for the federal government has a lot of good points. Great pay, great coworkers, respect, looks good on your resume, and usually pretty stable working conditions. Unless of course the politicians can’t stop arguing about the budget long

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Posted in In The News

A New Crib

Since we were living in cramped quarters and because I didn’t think it would be necessary, William has used his playpen as a crib for the past 10 months. Which has worked perfectly. Until last week when he learned to

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What NOT to Assume About a Young Mother

I will admit that some of these are statistically accurate. However that does not mean you should be assuming them when you see a young mother. 1. They are promiscuous.

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Posted in Being a Young Mother

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