Sarah Casimiro

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Sarah grew up in Rhode Island and now lives in West Bridgewater, making brief stops in Quincy, Fall River, and East Bridgewater, along the way. She made the leap from Rhode Island to Massachusetts way back in 1999 when she decided to pursue a teaching degree at Boston University. She chose her career in 1987, and is currently teaching High School English to 10th and 12th graders, fulfilling a six-year-old’s dream at the age of 22, a proclamation that often brings forth snickers from her students. She became a mother for the first time in 2016, to her daughter Cecilia, and doubled-down most recently in late 2018, with the birth of her second daughter, Adelaide. She currently lives with her husband, Jason, their dog, Nanook, their cat, Lanky, and six chickens. They share a home with her parents, who live above them, and also provide the most amazing childcare for Ceci and Addie. Sarah couldn’t live without her family, her insulin pump (shout out to other T1D mamas), and Starbucks Iced Chai Lattes. She could live without angry people, essay grading, and diaper-changing. She is looking forward to embarking on her maiden voyage into blogging with Boston Moms Blog and hopes you are too!

No More Stuff, Please :: Gifting Experiences

My girls have a lot of stuff*. So much stuff, in fact, that we have just finished our basement in order to store and play with this stuff and not have it all over...

I Failed at Being a Mom Today…

I failed at being a mom today. And yesterday, too, if we're keeping track. Goodness knows I'm always keeping track. The day started fine. I got my girls ready for dance class. We headed there....

5 Back-to-School Snack Ideas for the Teacher Mom (or Any Mom!)

Heading back to school is always a time filled with excitement, anxiety, and a little extra hunger. As a teacher, nothing brings up a case of the hungry horrors like returning to school in...
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For the Love of Pockets

Dear clothing designers, Every time someone compliments a dress I am wearing, I respond, like clockwork, by lifting both arms high in the air and plunging both hands deep into the pockets of said dress,...
social media - Boston Moms

Am I Too Old for That?

First, I need to let you all know I do not have Snapchat. I also do not have TikTok. I think I have a Twitter account, but I'm not really sure how to use...
parenting lessons - Boston Moms

5 Years, 5 Lessons

I’ve been a mother for five years now, and I pretty much consider myself an expert. Don’t worry, I’m laughing hysterically at myself. Most (all) days I have no idea what I’m doing. However,...
high school Facebook - Boston Moms

To the Girls I Knew in High School (Who Are Now My Friends on...

I graduated from high school in 1999. I'm turning 40 this summer. And even though I've been removed from the halls of Lincoln High School for 22 years, I don't forget what high school...
loss of a pet - Boston Moms

Saying Goodbye to Lanky

Lanky has been with me for the last 15 years. We've been through a lot together. More than what I've been through with most humans. Lanky is a short-haired black cat I adopted from...
Galentine's Day - Boston Moms

Will You Be My Galentine? How I Plan to Celebrate my Gal Pals This...

Valentine's Day is especially fun when you're a mom. There's something wonderful about heart-shaped everything. My 4-year-old has even begun to plan our menu for the day, starting with heart-shaped pancakes for breakfast. What's...
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Preparing for the Post-Holiday Drop

For me, it is inevitable: Every year after the holidays, I experience a drop. I feel sadder, more irritable, exhausted, and a little withdrawn. And it makes sense, if you really think about it. With...

In November, We Wear Blue :: American Diabetes Awareness Month

In November, we wear blue. But every day, regardless of the month, I wear an insulin pod and a continuous glucose monitor. November is American Diabetes Awareness Month, and I have Type 1 Diabetes. Being...
self-care - Boston Moms

It’s Self-Care, Not Selfish

Hey, mama! Yeah, you. Stop what you're doing for a minute. Take a nice long breath. In, and out. I have a question for you. When is the last time you practiced a little self-care? When...