Aimee Norasingh

Aimee is considered first generation, born and raised right in Minnesota made possible by her parents who are Vietnamese refugees. She is married to her husband Paul and they have four handsome boys - Davis (2010), twin boys, Miles and Quincy (2012), and Jones (2019). Aimee works as a Relationship Manager for her day job, has a love for delicious food, and is always ready for the next adventure with her little family. Follow Aimee and her family through Instagram Pinterest Facebook
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Is Athleisure the New Black?

Ever since I got the green light to work from home full time as a telecommuter, the first thought I had was I could wear PJs all day, every day. That was fun for...
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Gift Exchange Ideas for Large Families

Two sets of grandparents, three aunties, five uncles, three cousins (soon to be four), and four fur cousins. Now think Christmas presents. Sound familiar to your family, or does it just sound overwhelming? That's just...
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National Mother-In-Law Day- October 25th

Who knew there was a day that celebrates Mothers-in-law? There truly is a day for everything, right? There may be mixed thoughts on this day out there. I'll tell you that I've had more conversations...
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National Aunt and Uncle Day

Monday, July 26th is National Aunt and Uncle Day! These special people play such an important role in all of our lives. We celebrate all the aunts and uncles out there today! One of the...

Anti-Asian Violence in America: #stopasianhate

I’ve debated on if I should write something on Asian-American hate crimes that have happened since the pandemic started and I hesitated. Some of the thoughts running through my head were:“There are other big...

Breaking Stereotypes

Even before we are born, stereotypes are created for us - mostly due in part to our gender. From colors, toys, and sports, we are born into what society defines as being acceptable for...

Back to school: Let’s do this thing!

Back to school... in February! After almost a year of shifting from Distance Learning to Hybrid and back to Distance Learning, our kids are back to school in-person full-time. I can’t imagine all the...

Moving During a Pandemic

To move or not to move? This was the question our family went back and forth on in the past couple of years. At first, I was set against it because I really do...

Be The Nice Kid

Pick a side. That seems to be the mantra I’ve heard so often in 2020. It seems you can’t stay neutral, or say you are in the middle on any issue. Yet I’ll be...

The List: Binge-Worthy Shows for Mamas

I don’t know about you, but these past six months have been my time to catch up and explore new binge-worthy shows. Sometimes, I feel like I need a break from reality and watching...

A New Normal in the NICU

With my third pregnancy, I thought I knew what to expect when it came to having my 2nd c-section and fourth child. However, going in for my weekly ultrasound and blood pressure check at...

Summer School Turned Out to be a Lifesaver

I never thought I would send my kids to summer school when we first started planning our little family. Growing up, summer school was seen as a punishment. Living in a strict Vietnamese household,...

Teaching Your Kids About Racism

I'm a big believer that the way your kids react and treat others is an extension of you. How I talk about current events, treat other people - every action I do - my...

Date Nights During Quarantine

These are different times with how we are social distancing and not being able to enjoy the normal things we do for date nights, like going out to dinner and having alone time with...