Human Parts
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Human Parts

Confessions of a Mom Who Doesn’t Fit In with the Neighborhood Moms Anymore

Maybe I never did

Photo by Cory Bouthillette on Unsplash

When my two youngest kids were 3 and 5, my then-husband and I moved into a beautiful neighborhood with big oak trees and oversized yards. I’d wanted to live in this neighborhood for years. It was highly sought after and ‘the place to be’ in my piece of suburbia. So when a fixer-upper came onto the market in 2012, we…

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Lena Ann

Lena Ann

I write about life, relationships, my journey to living a more earth-conscious life… and that lady who invented fitted sheets, too. (I’m still mad, Bertha!)

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