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Amy Craft-Peltier

Amy Craft-Peltier
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Amy was born and raised in Lafayette, LA. graduated from UL Lafayette with a bachelor’s degree in Health Information Management. Amy works remotely for a healthcare company based out of Lafayette, LA. She and her husband Toby have two children - a rambunctious, loving boy and a sweet baby girl - and one dog. When she isn't working or spending time with her family, Amy enjoys quiet trips to Target, good food and, depending on the time of the day, coffee or wine.

Summer Fun for My Littles

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I refer to myself as an 80's mom. My kids are young – 4 years and 19 months. I’m not sending them out into the neighborhood and not letting them back in until sunset,...

Cancel the #CancelCulture

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We are seeing companies, celebrities and influencers alike release statements announcing the firing of individuals or shutting down collaborations after comments, actions and old social media posts have gone viral. And while some of...

I Am a Lego Mom…and I Ain’t Mad About It

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  At four years old, our son loves dinosaurs, Paw Patrol, and building things. For a long time, he used Duplo blocks to build garages, towers, dinosaurs, and robots. Then a couple of months ago,...

[Celebrity] Relationships: It’s None of Your Business

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Recently, a celebrity couple announced their split on social media. The short non-explanation announced they were splitting after 10 years as they had grown apart. I made the mistake of reading some of the...

WAHM Mom: COVID Style

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I’m a remote employee and have been working from home long before stay at home orders and working from home became the norm. Our kids are young – four and one – and attend...

Postpartum Musings: What We Would Have Done Differently

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Postpartum care for mothers in the United States is under scrutiny yet again as maternal mortality rates in the US rise, all while declining in other countries. How?! How can our wonderful, developed country...

Infertility and COVID-19: More Disappointment and Waiting

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Two years ago, this month, we were in the midst of a medication cycle to prepare my body for our second and final frozen embryo transfer. That period in time was filled with anxiety...

Community, Compassion, and COVID: What Can We Do?

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With all that’s happening, it’s more important now than ever to invest in our community. While our world has been, up to this point, selfish and isolated--judging people for simply asking for help when...

A Letter To My Children: Love and Support Each Other

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I have two children, three years apart in age, who love and adore each other beyond measure. While I have no intention of leaving this Earth anytime soon without verbally imparting the below to...

Lessons from Paw Patrol Valentine’s Day Cards

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If you are like most moms, you’ve probably made a last minute trip to your local Walgreens, CVS or Wal-Mart the day before Valentine’s Day to pick through the leftover boxes of cards and...

Unfollowing, Unsubscribing, and Deleting My Way into 2020

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As we roll into 2020, gear up for Mardi Gras and a new decade, I have made the decision to stop checking out via social media. I spent too much time on Facebook, Instagram,...

Why I’m Not Filling Every Waking Moment Completing Household Tasks … Anymore

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A question was posed to me recently: Why are you filling every waking moment with a task? Outside of being obsessed with crossing things off my to-do list once accomplished, I couldn’t answer that...