Tag: community

Rochester Mom Community + Conversation

Our goal at Rochester MN Moms Blog is to create community on AND offline. Today, we are launching Neighborhood Groups to connect mamas to one another.

Following a Mother’s Story of her Dying Son Changed Me for...

Even though your sweet Lincoln is gone, he is not forgotten. When I hugged my boys this week, I hugged yours as well. Lincoln's story will change the world. It changed me for good.

Extreme Adulting: When Wild Weather Strikes

I see neighbors suctioning water out of a failed sump pump, moving belongings, trudging through waste, offering meals, support, and creating a true sense of community.

Moms Who Coffee Break

Looking for a little break with friends? Join us for Moms Who Coffee Break with Winona State University - Rochester and People's Food Co-op! Enjoy a FREE small coffee with us!

Change the Meaning of Making Resolutions For The New Year

At the turn of the new year, we often hear endless talk of making resolutions, focusing on the definition of resolution as: a firm decision to do something.
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Managing the Memories of Christmas Past

It was Christmas time, and we were stuck in the hospital.  I could not give my children the holiday experience that I thought they deserved.

Happy 2nd Birthday RMMB! + Top 10 Posts

Happy Birthday to Us! We're celebrating by sharing our Top 10 Posts of 2017!

An Open Conversation About Recent Tragedies

I can only imagine what those in the midst of the events feel. These nightmare situations spur on thoughts about the world I am raising my children.

I Am a Cancer Mom, But Please, Don’t Call Me Strong

 This journey as a cancer mom will never be over. I will never finish the lap and walk away. It will never be completely in the past.

Open Letter To The Parents of 3 Rambunctious Children in The...

Thanks to you, the next parent I see dealing with rambunctious children will encounter a more compassionate version of me.