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Tiffany is an Indiana born and raised girl who loves the Colts, music, and concerts. Tiffany earned her Child Development Associate in Early Child Education and taught preschool-aged children for 13 years. She currently nannies for two children, one of whom has special needs. This new adventure has made her a stronger teacher, and has also helped to prepare her for motherhood. Tiffany met her perfect match in February of 2014, when she also met his 14-month-old-son. The three of them quickly grew to be inseparable, and on an amazing March night earlier this year, Tiffany gained a husband and a son. This also made her an army wife and her husband will be deployed later this summer. Their son suffers from severe food allergies, including everything from corn to chocolate and a myriad of other foods that one would normally stock in the pantry, so Tiffany makes all meals from scratch these days. In addition to working full-time, she volunteers with Best Buddies Indiana- a volunteer based program that creates one-on-one friendships for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Remembering My Pregnancy: First Trimester Surprises!

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Partying with Friends Pre-Kids vs Post-Kids

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To the Father Who Only Gets Father’s Day

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Miscarriage Part 2: The Letter

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Yes, We Do EVERYTHING together!

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We’re in This Together

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Your beautiful 4, soon to be 5 year old, is playing, playing, playing. Ignoring you, inviting you, and talking to themselves, asking a thousand questions. And then it hits you...in 6 months they will...

Miscarriage Doesn’t Have to be Silent

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Coping With Death When Your Ex Passes Away

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Parenting Now and How I Hope My Son Remembers Me

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Motherhood & Marriage: Why It’s Okay To Be Selfish

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Ideas for Experience Gifts In Indianapolis

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4 Things I’ve Learned About Being A Stepmom

I am what most Disney movies (and many others) consider evil, mean, hateful, despised, and what stands in the way of the good souls reaching their true potential. My role is one that is still...

Our Food Allergy Journey

"My child has a food allergy." A phrase no parent wants to say. My son is almost 3 but I already dread the day when we have to walk into a school or send...
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