Emily Fahle

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After an illustrious career in politics (including stints on Capitol Hill and on a presidential campaign) and then reinsurance (yeah, that was a career change), Emily decided to once again make a bold move and stay at home after her first daughter was born. Daughter number two came shortly thereafter, and when daughter number three made her debut it became an official girl tribe! The Fahle girls keep super busy and active exploring their beloved town of Scituate and all that Boston and the South Shore have to offer! Emily is currently experiencing getting along with an infant who believes mom is a Holstein, a preschooler who is smarter than her, and a 2-year-old who has drama in her veins. Emily never knew coffee and wine would be such an essential part of her day.
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Fall Festival Round Up :: 10 Favorite New England Fairs and Festivals

Autumn brings so many terrific seasonal delights — apple picking, cider doughnuts, all the pumpkin things. The cooler weather also means fall fairs are in full steam. Our family really enjoys hitting a fair...
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Surprise! Why We’re Waiting to Find Out Our Baby’s Gender

I love surprises. I love experiencing surprises, and I love keeping surprises even more. We were astonished in November when we discovered we were expecting our third baby. As my due date is right around...
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Homemade Ice Cream Shops Near Boston that Hit the Spot!

Summer is here! Ice cream adventures make for the best memories. Here's a list of homemade ice cream shops near Boston that are sure to hit the spot! Christina's Home Made Ice Cream (Cambridge) With unique...
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National Foster Care Month :: An Interview With a Foster Mom

There are 8,700 children in the Massachusetts foster system. That's 8,700 children without permanent homes. To observe national foster care month, I interviewed my friend who has been a foster mom for three years. I always...

It’s Too Hard to Let Go! Ideas to Repurpose Sentimental Items

I have a hard time letting go of things. My fellow Boston mom bloggers Lynzi and Alexandra have successfully minimized their "stuff." I have not succeeded in changing my mindset about the clutter in my...
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I Get It Now, Mom

I get it now, Mom. I haven't been a mother for all that long. And I'm sure I'll have more "Eureka!" moments along the way. But there's so much I understand now — about...
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5 Non-Dinner Ideas to Take to a New Mom

Food. Bring all the food when a new baby is born. After my babies were born, I found it was hard to pull together breakfast, lunch, and healthy (ish) snacks. Dinner was a tiny bit easier, because...
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Just Call Me June Cleaver

In January there was the Women's March. In March there was "A Day Without a Woman" for International Women's Day. I want my daughters to live in a society in which they are respected and have...
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Why I Play With My Children as Little as Possible

I was recently at a playgroup with my daughters, where all the mothers were sitting in the kitchen enjoying coffee and visiting with each other. One little guy left the rambunctious fun in the...

Awesome Mom Alert :: Liz Conrad

In an effort to recognize the amazing moms in the Boston community, we are seeking out some of these extraordinary mothers to hear more about their lives and gather their words of wisdom. Liz Conrad founded...

Some Days You Won’t Be That Good

I have a few friends who are currently expecting their first babies. I know my friends will be terrific mothers, but there is a gentle reminder new mothers should hear: Some days you won't be that...
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Be Safe :: Mom’s Best Advice

I was ending a phone conversation with my mom not too long ago, and as we said goodbye, her words to me were: "Love you, be safe." I am 33 years old and have two daughters...