It Takes A Village: Alyssa Tidwell

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Wink Fam! Us Llama Mamas need to stick together so we thought it would be fun to feature you guys on the blog every once in a while. So, please meet Alyssa Tidwell. Military Spouse, Life Saver (Registered Nurse), Dog Lover and best of all Super Mom.  My name is Alyssa Tidwell, and I am a registered nurse, mother of two kids, military spouse, and a huge fan of Wink Naturals! I’m originally from North Carolina but have recently lived in Texas and Oklahoma. Our family is moving to Louisville, Kentucky over the next month and we are excited to...

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Karim Jones: A Blogger to Follow

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We're excited to have the amazing Karim Jones from Dreams in Spanglish, taking over our Instagram page and stories today. She is a dedicated and insightful mother and person, a WhatToExpect blog contributor, and an all around beautiful person. We love to see what she's up to daily and hope you will too! Follow her along on our Instagram page @winknaturals today and every other day at: Instagram: @karimjones Blog:  Enjoy! Oh, and here are some of our favorite blog posts from her, but really they are all amazing: Why I'm Okay With Not Being the World's Best Mom  The Wrong Way...

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Real Mom Moments - Sara Coolley

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Hi! My name is Sarah. I'm a stay at home mom to a 7 year old daughter named Izzy and a 5 year old son named Ryan. Being their mom is the best, worst, hardest, and most rewarding job in the universe.  I had the hardest time coming up with what to write for this article. I mean, parenting in itself is a struggle from day to day of course, but I kept thinking what could I possibly write that any other parent would want to read? Especially when I feel like I'm doing a terrible job at being a...

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Real Mom Moments - RaeAnn Arnesen

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After our five-year struggle with infertility, my husband and I never thought that the next five years would have brought us four baby girls.I remember when my fourth baby was brand-new. I can still see myself standing in the kitchen, with four children simultaneously crying. I can’t be certain, but I’m going to go out on a limb and say that one child was hungry, one was thirsty, one had spilled something, and one had fallen off their chair. My thoughts started going where they had many times before:“My life is so hard.”“I need a break.”“Everyone is demanding something and I don’t have enough...

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