Aimee Norasingh

Aimee Norasingh
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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
Little by Little, College Savings Adds Up | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Little by Little, College Savings Add Up

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Maybe this will date me, but growing up, if I ever got money as a gift, my parents would save it. They would then use that savings to buy me savings bonds. These were...

Happy Grandparents Day!

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Growing up, one of my favorite days at school was Grandparents Day. I loved having my grandma come in to enjoy lunch and assembly with us kids to celebrate this special day for them....

Double Duty when Breastfeeding

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    August 1-7 is World Breastfeeding Week and we have a special extended line up for you! Our writers will share their triumphs and tears through their personal recollections of making sure their babies are fed,...

Sleep: My Late Risers

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Call it lucky...or not... My kids are late risers. As babies, I was lucky if my oldest slept past 7 a.m. That changed when the twins were born. Maybe it was because we were...
A Tale of Two Birth Stories: Three Kids Later | Twin Cities Moms Blog

A Tale of Two Birth Stories: Three Kids Later

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With Mother's Day coming up, we're taking this week to share stories from our own Twin Cities Moms Blog Contributors on how they became mothers. We all have unique stories, and some of our stories are still...

All the Freebies for your Birthday Month

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“Do you want to sign up for our rewards program” Almost every store that offers this or an email list, I will sign up for. Why? One, it’s normally free. Two, most not only wish...

Annual Girls Trip Away

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A few years ago, three girlfriends and I met for our first girls trip since some of us got married and had kids. We went to meet my friend’s son for the first time...

Why I Keep Saying No

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"Mommy, you're mean." This has been a regular phrase in my household lately, and to be honest, it makes me want to do whatever the kid saying it wants so I can get the love. But...I...

Be Here Now

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One of the things I enjoy most is being inspired by others and learning another way to connect with people in both my professional and personal pathways. I attended a workshop not so long ago...

A Day of Family Fun at Urban Air

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Keeping three very energetic and adventurous boys entertained can be challenging. Sometimes it's being pulled in different directions because one wants to do something different than the other two. And let's face it, there...

My Kids Don’t All Attend the Same Elementary School

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The twins are entering the realm of Kindergarten this year, but it won't be at the same elementary school as our oldest, Davis. My husband and I had been looking forward to the day that...

You are Amazing, Mama

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We can be our toughest critic. I know I am. What I do for my kids doesn’t seem to be good enough. I overthink things. "Why do they want to sit next to them and...

National Donut Day: An Ode to You

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When I see you out of the corner of my eye, I can’t help but think how good you look. I am drawn to you, and spending time with you today would make my...

Military Appreciation Month: I Thank You

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May marks the month we appreciate and celebrate our military. To decide to serve your country through the military can be an easy, and yet not so easy a decision for many.  I appreciate each and...