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As you all know August is Romance Awareness Month. What? You didn’t know? Yeah, neither did I. But what a great time to try and bring a little romance back to your relationship. No matter what stage of a relationship you are in, whether you have kids in the home, out of the home, or [...]
This time of year is many things to many people. You may be dreading the day of ushering out summer or counting down the days to sweaters and fall leaves. In my house, this time of year brings one thing above all others: football. My husband is an offensive line coach and has been our [...]
For the majority of our marriage, my husband has worked much longer than the so-called "40 hour work week." As a stay at home mom, this means many long days for me, as well. You’ve heard of the witching hour, right? The hour before dinner where everyone is riding first class on the struggle bus, [...]
As parents, the majority of our days are consumed with going to work, staying home with the kids (just trying to keep them alive), breaking up disputes, cleaning, entertaining, and the like. It can get a bit mundane, to say the least. Sometimes, though, life throws you a curveball and you wish for the days [...]
Our partner, Cameron Legal understands the difficult and sometimes unpopular topic of estate planning. Bloomington Moms Blog Founder/Owner, Lynsey R., worked with Thomas Cameron as she and her husband navigated the estate planning process. Lynsey shares her takeaways from their experience below. Cameron's firsthand experience as a Deputy Attorney General for the Indiana Attorney General's [...]
Join us on the weekends in June as we celebrate parenthood from another perspective - the dad side! We've asked some great friends of Bloomington Moms Blog to join us and explore fatherhood, marriage, parenting and life with us. Look for our dad thoughts every Saturday this month! “An Ode to Bobby Pins” by Matt [...]
"In sickness and in health." I used to think that vow was for old people. At my own wedding, I remember fixating on the "for richer or poorer" part. That promise felt more relevant at the time. I was in school ministry and my new husband was finishing up graduate school. I figured there would [...]