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Kelly Sutter has lived in Indiana all her life and loves being a Hoosier. She met her husband Aaron during the first day of college and the rest is history. Kelly is the mom of a seven-year-old boy and a four-year-old girl, and after years in the corporate world, she started Wild Flamingo Marketing in order to have a more flexible schedule while working with amazing local clients looking for growth. She loves cheering on fellow women entrepreneurs, Indiana basketball, running, hanging out at her cabin in Brown County, reading, concerts, craft beer, and traveling.

Mom, Can You Sing to Me?

Singing is typically part of our bedtime routine and the other night it just kind of hit me how incredibly sweet it is that my kids ask me to sing to them. See, singing is...

The Uphill Battle: Raising Kind Kids

Between the state of our country and the fact that it’s so much easier to say things behind a keyboard, you don’t have to look far to find name-calling and adults saying terrible things...

How Many Times Can a Kid Say “Mommy” in Day?

My kids both said Dada as their first word. I know it’s normal for kids to say Dada before Mama, but after 9 months of sickness, being uncomfortable, giving birth, etc. it certainly seems...

What I Hope to Tell My Grandchildren About 2020

While things like school closures, uncertainty with jobs, canceled vacations, and isolation have been tough this year– my biggest struggle has been watching how our society has responded. And when social media is a...

Our Bedtime Routine is Lengthy and That’s Okay

My two-year-old daughter was recently at the doctor for a checkup, and it came up that we lay down with her each night until she falls asleep. Her physician – with the best of...

Am I a MOMpreneur?

I was a part of an online discussion lately about the term MOMpreneur. Someone asked about the word, and the responses were really mixed. Some identified with it, while others called it things like...

Our Take on the Modern Hope Chest

We’re all so busy nowadays: working, running kids around, taking care of the house, etc. etc. So many of our memories are documented on our phones or on social media, but those are just...

Getting by Without a Stroller (And Loving It)

When I was pregnant with my son, I had every intention of buying a stroller. We were lucky enough to have a friend give us a stroller that worked with our infant seat, so...

24 Breastfeeding and Pumping Friendly Locations Around Indianapolis

Breastfeeding moms all know that feeling of your baby starting to cry and frantically looking around for the best place to feed. I’m a strong advocate for feeding baby whenever and wherever baby and...
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One Tank Trip: Dutch Creek Animal Farm

The other day, I was talking to another mom and found out that we'd taken similar trips with our families. It was like we had an instant bond because we'd both been to this...

Pool Safety Tips From a Pool Owner

On a hot summer day, there's nothing better than a refreshing dip in a pool. I went almost daily as a kid and as an adult, I've enjoyed many relaxing days. But when we...

Saving Babies’ Lives with Safe Haven Baby Boxes

As a mom, nothing is more important to me than keeping our children safe. Saving the lives of babies, and providing options for parents who cannot care for their newborns is an important cause...

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of My Breastfeeding Journey

Breastfeeding isn't something I've really talked about, even though it's been a huge part of my life the last five years between two kids. When I was pregnant with my first, I didn't think...

A New Work at Home Mom: What I’ve Learned So Far

Just hearing the term “work/life balance” makes me roll my eyes a bit. It’s overused, and I’m not sure it’s even possible to ever get it “balanced.” It’s hard enough to find happiness and...
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