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Sarah

Sarah
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Owner and co-founder of Milwaukee Mom, Sarah is a full-time working mom of three rough-and-tumble boys who like their jeans ripped and their hands dirty. She has lived in Wisconsin her whole life, attending UW-Madison and finally landing in the Milwaukee area in 2012. Sarah is a former English teacher and is currently enjoying a season of strong coffee and being a small business owner! She loves a good book, a flavorful craft beer and watching her Badgers and Packers get a W. Sarah is mama to three sons.

A Milwaukee Mom Guide to Life During COVID-19

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Let’s begin with the general disclaimer that we won’t be offering any medical advice in this blog post and suggest that you check out the CDC for the most recent updates in regards to COVID-19...

Falk Park KinderCare Brings Quality Childcare to Franklin

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For 50 years, KinderCare teachers have been creating safe, encouraging environments where kids can learn, grow and build confidence for life. At KinderCare, hardworking families are family—regardless of needs, backgrounds, and experiences. This post is...

Ep. 15 : A Dad’s Perspective on the Mental Load of Motherhood

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Episode 15 - A Dad's Perspective on the Mental Load of Motherhood Disclaimer: This episode's featured guest is a dude. A dad. A guy married to a woman, with kids. As he will mention many...

CANCELLED – Spring “Eggs-travaganza” Playdate Event at The Corners of Brookfield

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When: CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 Where: POP Event Space at the Corners of Brookfield What: A Spring-themed Playdate Event for Families Cost: FREE to attend. Registration is required and spots are limited. Spring has sprung! It’s time to celebrate the season...

Ep. 14 : The Wild World of Working Motherhood

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Episode 14 - The Wild World of Working Motherhood 1 in 4 families are financially maintained by mothers only, yet we still struggle as a society with providing adequate support for mothers who do so....

Ep. 13 : Standing in the Gap for Maternal Mental Health

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Episode 13 - Standing in the Gap for Maternal Mental Health Trigger Warning: This episode discusses perinatal mood disorders and mental health issues. Listener discretion is advised. 1 in 7 women will experience perinatal mood and...

Ep. 12 : Navigating Grief and Finding Hope

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Trigger Warning: This episode discusses child and infant loss. Listener discretion is advised. How do we carry on when the unimaginable happens? Where do we turn when a mother’s worst nightmare comes true? In this episode of Milwaukee Momcast, we sit down with our longtime friend Melissa Bissing to talk about her son Owen, who passed away as an infant, and the legacy of hope and love he has left behind. This episode reminds us that it is possible for light and hope to emerge from even the darkest of circumstances.

Bloom: An Event for New and Expecting Moms in Milwaukee | RESCHEDULED for Sept...

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BLOOM :: An Event for New and Expecting Moms Disclosure :: Our Bloom Event for New and Expecting Moms is sponsored by Summit Credit Union and Ascension, hosted by The Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the...

Summer Updates to The Corners of Brookfield Will Make it Even More Family-Friendly

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We've been huge fans of The Corners of Brookfield since it first opened, but each time there is a new update about an incoming retailer or restaurant, our love grows deeper and deeper. 2020...

Ep. 11 : How Conversations about Race Bridge the Divide

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Episode 11 - How Conversations about Race Bridge the Divide When we talk about racism in a modern context, it can be tempting to think that our society is somehow post-racial, but nothing could be...