Author Archive | Jaclyn Richmond

Milk donation: Is sharing really caring?

Milk Donation: Is Sharing Really Caring?

I’m a child of the 80’s. Though breastfeeding was starting to become more of the norm, in the early 80’s you were definitely in the minority if you chose to breastfeed your babe. I was formula fed. My siblings were all formula fed. Most of my soft, squishy baby friends were formula fed. Fast forward […]

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Safety in Schools

Safety in Schools: #ArmMeWith Support

There are so many senseless things happening in our world today. It is nearly impossible to read the headlines and not feel a sense of disbelief, despair, or even hopelessness. Following the Florida shootings on Feb 14th, it was hard to not squeeze my children just a smidgen longer as they got ready for school […]

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Date night: Overrated or Underestimated?

Date night: Overrated or Underestimated?

My husband is about as frugal as they come. It is a quality that over the years I have grown to love. He still wears shirts from the County Seat. If you’re unfamiliar with this popular 90’s chain store, it’s because it filed for bankruptcy and became obsolete nearly 20 years ago. Excuse me a […]

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Family Advent-ures: Slowing down the holiday season

Family Advent-ures: Slowing Down this Holiday Season

The countdown to Christmas gets earlier each year. This year, after shopping for school supplies, I found myself wandering into the Christmas aisle. Mid-August in my flip-flops and shorts, I savored every child-free moment in my Hobby Lobby nirvana that I could. But my awe and wonder went no further than to question if people […]

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