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

Learning About Hearing Loss

It's important to me that my kids are happy and enjoy the world and their lives around them. What seemed like just a "twin" thing turned into something so much more. "They are twins, they probably...

The World My Kids Live In

My husband texted me a few nights ago about a conversation he had with our oldest son. It made my heart drop. Our son told him that he wanted to be an American. He is...
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{Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Mirum Shopper. Opinions are 100% my own.} Leadership, inspiring, for the love of basketball. Just a few things that come to mind when we got the opportunity to attend...

Back to School: How We Handle Three Kids in Special Education

Our journey with education has been overwhelming to say the least these past few years.  All of our kids have had delayed expressed language.  At first, no one thought anything of it because they...

My Village Lives with Me

We all know the saying “It takes a village to raise a child.” Well in my world, my village lives with me. Growing up in traditional Asian homes (Vietnamese on my side and Laotian on...

Father’s Day: Tribute to the Stay-at-Home Dad

To all the dads who are the stay-at-home parent, here's a tribute to you for Father's Day. Today we celebrate all fathers, but I want to do a special thank you for what you do...

Hot Date in the Twin Cities

When my husband and I first started dating back in 2006, we were really into celebrating our "monthiversary." Every month we celebrated the day we first became "official" and would get each other little...

Spring Cleaning = Time to Freshen Up Your Wardrobe

Smell of Spring is in the air and before we know it, Summer will arrive and schedules will change as our kids are done with school for a few months with new activities starting...

Up, Up, and Away (Again): How to be a Traveling Working Mom

As I sit in my seat on my 2.5 hour flight back home from a long week of work travel, I think of how happy I am to be going home and how I...