Amy Workman

Amy Workman
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Amy discovered her love of writing while returning to college for conservation biology, after a career as an optician/technician/office manager, and patiently waiting to become a mom. Luckily, Aster (2018) decided the time was right after three years of infertility and saved her mom from wading through buggy wetlands the rest of her life (which she just does for fun now). She's been married her awesome teammate of a husband for 5 years and they've been married to their Southside Minneapolis apartment and community for 10 years. Both Minnesota transplants (her from Missouri and him from California), they're in love with their adopted state and family of friends, and showing their daughter why they chose this to be her home. You can read more from Amy on her blog, Instagram, and Facebook.

Forced to Figure It Out

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My husband's vacation time was up and he returned to work when our daughter was three weeks old. I could see no feasible way to do anything besides take care of her and maybe...

What Will I Do?

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What will I do when I don't know everything about you? What will I do when I don't know how many freckles you have and in which order you got them? When I don't know...

Is An Apartment “Enough”?

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Our language is not very descriptive sometimes. You can know someone, as in you have heard their name before and could pick them out of a crowd. Or you can KNOW someone, as in...
Hiking Minnesota Before and After Baby | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Hiking Minnesota Before and After Baby

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As a Minnesota transplant, I have a lot of catching up to do if I want to cover this great state on foot. I've lived here for almost twelve years now and I'm still...
You Don't Need a Reason to Have PPD/PPA | Twin Cities Moms Blog

You Don’t Need a Reason to Have PPD/PPA

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Mental illnesses are not dependent upon any outside life conditions or events. Somehow I let that lesson slip after the birth of my daughter, despite having dealt with depression and anxiety for most of...
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