Archive for July, 2011

Three colds, two mama meltdowns, and a partridge in a pear tree.

By Jenna, Contributor It’s been seven weeks since Abby started daycare. SEVEN. Those first two weeks were the worst ever. I thought I was never going to get through them. I cried on the regular, even though people told me […]

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Crockpot BBQ Chicken

By Tracy, Managing Editor This is probably one of my husband's favorite meals. Pretty much "BBQ" anything he digs. This crazy simple recipe was told to me in passing

Good Reads From Other Working Mommas

Compiled By Tracy, Managing Editor When we aren't busy being working mommas, and writing about it all, we try to find time to read other blogs. And since we

Crockpot Pork Tenderloins: Requires 1/2 oz Of Effort

By Jess, Contributor I've been cooking a lot lately (we haven't really been eating out as much) and the crockpot is fantabulous when you've got a baby needing you

On Becoming A Raging Hormonal Lunatic

By Tracy, Managing Editor April 12, 2010. I will never forget that date, as it was the day I had to return to work. Abby was a little over 5

Where Separation Anxiety Meets Mommy Anxiety

By Jenna, Contributor This post originally appeared on Blogged Bliss, June 2011 Last Wednesday was a big day in the Mrs. Jenna household. Not only was the hubs leaving for

Lawdogs, Bewbs, & Bottles

By Jess, Contributor *This is not a pro-breastfeeding or anti-bottle feeding post. This is just my 2 cents and I'm not advocating one way or another. Just me, just

Making it Work

By Krista, Contributor The familiar screech of the door greets me as I push it open.  Before I step through, I kick off my heels.  Inside the door, I

Definitely Not Martha

By Jess, Contributor This post originally appeared on *straight talk jess*, July 2011 I'm not known for being a super tidy person.  I mean, I'm not a pig or anything

Crockpot Chicken Tortilla Soup

By Tracy, Managing Editor Let's face it. The crockpot is the working momma's best friend. I really should use it more often, but that involves planning ahead. And well,

The Loss of “Me” Time

By Tracy,  Managing Editor This post originally appeared on Mommyhood at Thirty, May 2010 When I went back to work, I figured that it would take a while to figure

A Taste of Work at Home

By Krista, Contributor This post originally appeared on Not Mommy of the Year, September 2010 The upside (well not upside, but the thing that made it bearable and kept me

When I Grow Up

By Krista, Contributor This post originally appeared on Not Mommy of the Year, January 2010 I used to spend a lot of time imagining what my life would be like

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