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Holidays

After September 11th: The Right Decision for Me

I am beginning to think Amber has it out for me. First, I get the big night of the DNC, and then I look at the Mile High Mamas writing assignments for this month, and I have September 11th. Not that I mind writing about these big days, it’s just HARD. Because they bring out […]

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Happy 4th of July!

Our wish for you this 4th of July: May you have stars in your eyes and the wind at your back. [photopress:4th_of_July.jpg,full,pp_image] Enjoy your holiday! XOXOXO The Mamas

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Romancing the Toad

Editor’s note: Make sure to also scroll down to enter to win our “Living the Dream” T-shirt giveaway! I’ve been happily married for eleven and a half years. My husband is my best friend. Our marriage isn’t perfect, but it is a safe place where love is unconditional and nobody shoplifts. My husband never took […]

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Happy Holidays!

Mile High Mamas will be on a brief hiatus to spend time with our families during the holidays. We will return on January 2nd with loads of fun and giveaways to help ease you back into the daily grind. And we promise to be grinding right along with you. Oh wait. Poor choice of words. […]

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The (Mostly) Green Girly Gift Guide

A few weeks ago I posted my holiday toy gift guide for kids, but now is the time to start thinking about yourself and all of the women (friends, aunts, grandmothers, mothers, sisters) on your list, because let’s face it, we women deserve some great gifts too! 🙂 In keeping with the crunchy spirit of […]

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A Celebration of Light

For parents, holidays provide one teachable moment after another, and by New Year’s, most of us are tired of learning experiences almost as much as turkey. Like most, my children are captivated by Christmas lights. They marvel at dazzling colors and illuminated figures adorning our neighbors’ front yards. The holidays truly are for kids; only […]

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Stitching in a New Language

The hardest my hands have worked in the past three and a half years is washing baby bottles, noses and bottoms. But a few months back, I found myself at a table with five other women, trying to make my fingers loop and twist yarn into something that resembles knitted fabric. When my sister-in-law, Dana, […]

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