Monthly Archives: February 2009

Please Forgive the Pregnancy Brain

Written by Ally Loprete I don’t know how many more times I will be able to get away with the excuse that I am pregnant every time I have a brain fart. Seriously, my brain seems to be functioning less … Continue reading

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How I Knew Not to Take My Four Year Old to see Coraline.

Written by Guest Blogger, Chris Mancini I read the book a few years ago. I knew what it was about. I knew the director Henry Selick has a dark streak and directed Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas. To be … Continue reading

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Support Our Milk Money in the 2009 StartupNation Leading Moms in Business Competition

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Back to the Basics

Written by Ally Loprete As the owner of OMM and a representative of so many members, I’ve had to do something I’ve never done before, and that is to swallow my political opinions and keep them to myself for the … Continue reading

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Thanks. I got it.

Written By Chris Loprete Why is it that when women see a father alone with a baby, they immediately assume we don’t know what the hell we’re doing? Now I don’t want to generalize here. I’m not talking about single … Continue reading

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The Consequences of Learning

Written by Guest Blogger James C. Ferguson Apparently, as I endeavor to educate my toddler by increasing her vocabulary at every waking opportunity, she – ironically – is turning me into an idiot. As I mentioned in a previous piece, … Continue reading

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