Terrae Weatherman

Terrae Weatherman
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Terrae currently wears many (fashionable) hats in life. She is a full-time marketing specialist, a part time Health and Wellness Management student, a full time mom to Elodie (3) and wife to Jack, and a full time woman trying to juggle it all. Terrae calls herself a “wanna-be” because she wants to do it all. Reigning in her desire to sign up for all the things is a current life goal. Current hobbies include reading, cooking, photography, writing, gardening, biking, running, yoga and yelling “back in bed” one hundred times a night. Terrae will never turn down coffee, wine, dessert or petting a dog. You can learn more about her day to day at terraeinthelife.com.

My Postpartum Anxiety Story

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The first sign was my tired jaw. It must be from pushing during labor, I thought. I didn’t know it was because I spent what little sleep I was getting with my jaw clenched...

Buy the Jeans That Fit You Now

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Five months postpartum with my second kid and I finally bought a pair of jeans that fit. They arrived in packaging that said, “Yay!” all over them and while I was excited to have...
My Husband Got a Vasectomy and Survived

My Husband Got a Vasectomy and Survived

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Somewhere along the journey of our marriage, my husband and I decided that when we were done having kids that he would be the one to take on birth control in a permanent sense....
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Gentle Chiropractic Care for Your Baby

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Those early weeks of your baby’s life are filled with wonder. You wonder about his personality. You wonder if he has dimples. You wonder if his fussiness is a sign of reflux. You wonder...

Planning for the Average Birth

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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...

Writing Your Parenting Goals

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At her four-year checkup, my daughter was asked to draw a picture of me. She looked up and studied my features like she’d never seen me before, then proceeded to draw a series of...

The Magic of the Multi-Family Vacation

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I went to Mexico for a week with four kids under three. Sounds like the beginning of a dramatic, cautionary tale, right? It might seem like it at first, but I’m about to let...

Rules of the No Judgment Zone

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The No Judgment Zone of Motherhood is pretty simple. You do you. I’ll do me. We both know we’re doing our best and so we don’t judge each other. Right? A nod of solidarity over re-warmed...

The Story of the Death of My Old Life

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The lady with the cards didn’t look like what I pictured a tarot card reader to look like but, perhaps, it was her middle-aged, motherly look that put me at ease and made me...

Daddy Has Diabetes

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When I first started dating my husband, he gravely said that he had something he needed to tell me. I prepared myself for a scene out of a comedy about people who meet online....

Friends for the Long Haul

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I just celebrated a 15-year anniversary with a very special person. A person who has loved me through good times and bad, laughed with me until we've cried, and with whom I've shared many...
20 Minute Workout, Yes Please! | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Fit in 20 Minutes? Yes Please!

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There is a legendary story involving a college-aged me and my bestie. We declared that if we could manage to work our part time jobs, go to class, study, maintain a social presence at..ahem…Madison,...

When Mom Goes Back to School: Lessons I’ve Learned

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Do you know who hangs out at your local Starbucks at 5am on Saturday and Sunday mornings? Friendly retirees reading their papers, an overworked professional catching up on emails, a couple of nurses chatting...
It's Your Summer Too | Twin Cities Moms Blog

It’s Your Summer Too

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Remember what summers were like pre-children? Yeah, I know, it’s a little foggy for me too. What I do remember is that they seemed to last forever. We weren’t bound by the end and start...