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virtual everything kids edition Programs for virtual Group Chats How to be social while social distancing starts with the right program! Here are different programs/apps and the max number of people that can virtually group chat: Houseparty: 8 Whatsapp: 4 Facetime:32 Google Duo: 8 Google Hangouts:10 Skype: 50 Zoom: 100 (40 min limit) Facebook messenger: […]

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The Coronavirus As moms, it’s easy and understandable to worry about what will happen if there is a full-blown local Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak—trying not to get sucked into spending hours on the media coverage and literature on the virus can be difficult. My best advice would be to stick to the facts, not the headlines. […]

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TOP TEAM CT I never really thought about hiring an organizer. I’m not a super organized person but when I became a mom I really tried to get a good system going, but every time clutter seemed to start rolling in. No matter how hard I seemed to try a new season, a birthday, a […]

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the list disclaimer: I have not been to many of these places + I’ve never been to a water park. This list and all comments were gathered from the Mrs. Nipple Community. We are going on an easy winter family getaway (within 2 hour drive) next weekend to one of the places below and I’ll […]

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AHHHHH SAG HARBOR ONE OF MY FAVORITE ESCAPES HERE ARE SOME OF MY GO-TOS FOR 24 HOURS IN SAG HARBOR SLEEP I love everything about Baron’s Cove. The location, the amenities, and the scene. We stayed at their Sag Harbor boutique hotel for a couples getaway. Baron’s Cove is located a stone’s throw from downtown […]

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party time Planning a party for both kids and adults can be extremely stressful if you don’t know the go-to venders. Compiling a solid list of companies that go above and beyond on for a party helps my stress levels. I’m sharing a few of my favorite below! Florals: STEMS + CO. : My go-to for […]

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THE BIG NEWS A year after a very lonely winter with a newborn, I decided to take a chance. I started the Mrs. Nipple blog and community because I felt like there wasn’t a space to connect with new moms during pregnancy and that first year home with a newborn. I also remembered having a […]

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STAYING HEALTHY Self care is so important and something I try and fit in especially as a new mom, but it seemed to never happen during those first six months postpartum. It’s also something that is extremely hard to make time for. As moms I’m sure many of you can relate to taking care of […]

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I had trouble figuring out how to start this post as not many of you really know much about me outside of being a mom and my mom life. I grew up with dyslexia and ADD. Growing up with two learning disabilities was pretty tough, but at the same time it’s all I ever knew. […]