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Happy Anniversary Laguerres: Eleven Years

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Happy AnniversaryHappy Anniversary to us! Eleven years ago today I married my bestie. It really doesn’t seem like that long ago, but when I think about the experiences I’ve had in just a little over a decade, I’m in awe. There’s so much we’ve walked through that is written and lost in cyberspace on previous blogs I can no longer access. Even more that I still dare not even write about. Maybe one day. Continue reading →

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Goodbye Girl – A Lesson in Womanhood

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I heart Facebook memories. It’s one of the best changes they ever implemented. Every day I look forward to going back in time and seeing what I was doing on this day years ago. It’s usually some fun anecdote about the baby versions of my kiddos and what they were up to. Sometimes I read a quote that I wrote and I’m like, “Ooohh, that still applies today.” Other times I get an entire note that I penned and it makes me proud. Today was one of those days, and I just had to share.  Continue reading →

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5 Common Myths of Homeschooling

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Growing up on Long Island, I didn’t know a single person who was Homeschooled, however I had very clear ideas about what it meant. It was weird. Their families were secluded, cut off from society, secretive. Homeschooled children were socially awkward, academically behind, and judgmental. Yet despite all this, as I got older and started thinking about having my own family, my heart was settled that Homeschooling was exactly what I wanted to do. I told my husband, who I was dating at the time, and he agreed. Then we kind of forgot about it. Continue reading →

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In Memory of My Daddy

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Today marks the 6 year anniversary of my daddy passing away. He was 68 years young. Last year was the first year that I didn’t wake up sobbing. This is the first year that I’m waking up celebrating. It’s not that I’m praising the day I lost my biggest hero, not at all. This will forever go down in history as one of the most painful days of my life. What I am celebrating is the fact that I still have the opportunity to honor his memory by leaving an imprint on humanity like he did. Continue reading →

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