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Mom's Moment: 6 Cool Dadpreneurs

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Let's hear it for the dads. Truth is, they sometimes get the short end of the stick. I admit- even I'm consumed with being a mom that I sometimes dismiss my amazing, incredible, and overly capable counterpart. 

So as Father's Day approaches, I thought it would be cool to...

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10 Things to do This Weekend in Phoenix: Family Edition

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Make this Memorial Day weekend one to remember with family fun activities around the Valley. Whether you are in the mood to jam out at a free concert, explore the desert nightlife, or learn more about gardening, there is plenty to do this weekend, May 27 to May 29.

 

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Local Photographer and Stylist Collaborate on Unique Maternity Fashion Shoot

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By Risa Kostis

When Neonatal ICU nurse Bri Anderson decided to start her own locally based photography business, she quickly found that specializing in maternity and newborn photos was her true passion and direction. It is clear she made the right choice; her gift for making expectant mothers feel beautiful, confident, and elegant is apparent in all of her work. Anderson’s genuine kindness, raw talent and experience as a nurse have been the ingredients to her success and ability to coach clients with ease through their sessions.

Bri is masterful at encouraging...

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Mom's Moment: Great Grad Gifts

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Is your baby graduating from preschool...or college? Here are unique finds for grduates of any age. Spoil and celebrate your child's accomplishment!

For the bookworm…

So much pressure is put on grads to figure out what they want to do with their lives. Finding the Wow shows them that you can change direction at any point in life – and not to take themselves so seriously.

For the future...

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Mom's Moment: Ten Things I Wish I Had Known About Breastfeeding

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My first born arrived six weeks premature at four pounds and eleven ounces. Nurses urged me to encourage a latch, which is definitely easier said than done. Upon Nicholas’ birth, I would sit for hours in the NICU holding my nipple to his mouth hoping, praying he was getting something. Anything. Even a drop. I was restless, yet persistent. And within due time, my preemie became a regular breastfeeder through nine months of age.

My second born was the complete opposite, latching immediately. He is now 15 months old and still going strong...

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