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Our Approach To Chores That Actually Works! www.theshortesttallman.com

Our Approach To Chores That Actually Works!


Chores… can’t live with ‘em, can’t live without ‘em. We’ve tried a few different ways, but we just couldn’t get them to stick. Naturally, as a stay at home mom, the bulk of the cleaning gets done by me, but I had gotten myself into a rut where no one was pitching in in a systematic way, and it’s asking…

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What is this meditation thing all about anyway? How does a busy mom even fit it in? Here's how you can squeeze in a little meditation to stay sane!

Meditation for Moms #irl


Hey there, Shorties 🙂 What’s with all this meditation crap, anyway??? I mean… who has the time? Who has the patience? What good does it even do? I know. Even though I’ve been doing this now for almost a year, I still feel this way a little. But like, yeah, it kind of is the ish. Here’s the thing: our…

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What I've Learned So Far in this Crazy Life! www.theshortesttallman.com

What I’ve Learned So Far


Hi Shorties! I started becoming über reflective of life probably about a year ago, coinciding with that major life change. I didn’t think it would be such a big deal because I had wanted to a SAHM for a long time, so finally achieving that goal seemed like it would be a no-brainer for me.  But, alas, I found myself…

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Why You Should Cut the Allergy Mom Some Slack www.theshortesttallman.com

Why You Should Cut the Allergy Mom Some Slack


Hey there, Shorties! Allergies… what a phenomenon these days. Seems like more and more kids have food allergies than ever before. I have no idea why, and thank God, my family is food allergy free. However, I do have lots of friends with kids who have allergies, so I have been learning over the years about what it is like…

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The Ultimate #momspo www.theshortesttallman.com

The Ultimate #momspo


As the late Tom Petty sang, “so it’s Christmas time, again…” This holiday has had a completely new meaning to me since becoming a mom. Anyone else? I am a product of the 20th century American middle class, through and through. For me, I was extremely fortunate to have three unremarkable pregnancies (thank you, Jesus) and deliveries (thank you, Jesus),…

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