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Show us what’s in your purse

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Apparently I’m very worried that I’m going to get hungry

What is in my purse? My wallet, which weighs a ton. Children’s Advil because my daughter just broke her wrist. My passport — apparently so I can leave the country. More Children’s Advil. The Rams’ home schedule. A KIND bar in case I get hungry, Nature Valley bar in case I get hungry, another KIND bar in case I get hungry. Apparently I’m very worried that I’m going to get hungry.

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Show us your best milk mustache

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Do I have something on my face?

We are going to show you our best milk mustaches. Do I have something on my face?

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What are your top 3 busy mom beauty must-haves?

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These are things you both can use

Number one — sunscreen. Pick one that’s good for you and your child so you don’t have to use a kids’ sunscreen that makes you break out because it’s too heavy. One that’s around SPF 40 that you both can wear. The second must-have would be baby wipes. They’re always super handy for your kids of course, but for me, I use them to keep my hands clean when I’m out and about, and they’re also good for wiping your face after a workout so you don’t break out. They are also great for makeup removal. My third must-have is water — in theory, but I don’t drink as much as I should. All of these things are things you both can use.

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Is there something you wish someone had warned you about motherhood that you ended up having to learn on your own?

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I can’t be hands-on all the time

The hardest thing for me about being a mom is learning that I have to work. Sometimes I can’t be hands-on all the time, and that’s a struggle for me. I want to be with her at all times and I battle with it.

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Would you ever call CPS on another parent?

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I would hate to do it

I would have to be pretty certain or have a solid reason to think that a child was in danger. If I really believed that, I think I would call CPS. I would hate to do it. If a child’s safety is at risk, it’s everyone’s responsibility.

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