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mother’s day

Mom Memories: "The Feeling" of Motherhood

Some days it still doesn’t seem real because some days, it seems too good to be true. Me. A mom. My husband and I always knew we wanted to have kids. Even before we were married we would talk about our imaginary family and we even had names picked out for our imaginary kids. Staying […]

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Mom Memories: The Santa Reveal & End of an Imaginary Era

Mother’s Day is almost upon us and for the next couple of weeks, Mile High Mamas will be dedicated to all-things moms–from your favorite Mom Memories to some of your great stories about Becoming Mothers from last year. I’ve always believed it’s important to instill magic in my kids’ childhood and my husband and I […]

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Mom Memories: Soothing a Daughter's Pain

I pulled her 47 pounds onto my lap and rocked. Beatrix had strep throat with a fever and terrible headache. Because she couldn’t keep medicine, food, or water down, the doctor felt she needed an antibiotic injection. Unfortunately, it needed to be given in a large muscle. She was cheery, despite, until the moment the […]

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Your Motherhood Story Ideas Wanted!

Last year leading up to Mother’s Day, we ran a series “Becoming Mothers” about how you became a mom. This year, we want you to share some of your favorite stories about your kids, what you love to do together or your favorite memories since becoming a mom–whether they are joyous, sad, funny or difficult. […]

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Becoming Mothers: The Good, the Bad and the Baby

When my husband and I decided we were ready to become parents, we quickly learned that getting pregnant was the easy part. The pregnancy wasn’t too difficult either. The worst part was anticipating the birth. Knowing that the baby was going to have to come out somehow. I tried to decide which path would be […]

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Becoming Mothers: A Halloween Homebirth

At 3:05 a.m., after five hours of contracting every 10 minutes, I finally called my midwife to tell her how I was progressing. By 7 a.m., gap times shortened to six minutes, and by 8 a.m., DeAna and her assistant had arrived. My husband Steve and I were supposed to have set up the birthing […]

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Mothers who wear it well: Three Colorado women dish on how they stay stylish while juggling careers, marriage and parenthood

In advance of Sunday’s celebration of mothers, we visited with three Colorado women to find out how they manage to stay stylish while juggling the demands of parenting, work and marriage. Morning-show mom: TaRhonda Thomas TaRhonda Thomas, 33, has three children, Mickey, 5, Claire, 3, and Ruby Dee, 9 months. Her husband, Mike McKee, is […]

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