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Kids, family fun, kids activities, school, playtime: Find out what the Mommaloguers have to say about kids and family time, what their kids are learning in school, how they keep their kids busy, and more.

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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What’s the craziest method you’ve tried to get kids to eat their fruits & veggies?

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I called them green fries

I did try making the really, really thin asparagus, putting them on a cookie sheet, brushing them with olive oil and dousing them with sea salt. I baked them in the oven until they were extra crispy. I then called them “green fries.” My older son will actually eat them!

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Does home schooling put kids at a disadvantage socially?

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There is a disadvantage

I sort of believe that there is a disadvantage for people who home school their children. Being in a classroom for six hours, versus being home schooled and venturing out a few times a week? It just not the same amount of time.

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Would you let Maddie start acting/singing professionally at a young age? Or would you encourage her to wait?

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I won’t let her “work” until she’s 18

If Maddie wants to do anything with the entertainment industry at a young age, I will put her with the best teachers, and let her go to the best classes, and totally support whatever she’s passionate about. But I don’t think I’ll let her sign a contract and let her “work” until she’s 18. My job as a parent is to keep her young and let her be a kid as long as I can.

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