Audra Rogers

Audra Rogers

Writer, Blogger, Content Creator

Passionate about Parenting and Personal Finance. Full video shooting and editing capabilities.

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10-Year-Old Moves 'Alice in Wonderland' Birthday Party to Nursing Home to Include Granny

After Granny underwent spinal surgery, she was in recovery and was not unable to attend Ellie's birthday party.

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Soldier Returns from Afghanistan for Baby's Birth-Babble

Soldier returns from Afghanistan for baby's birth and makes it with just 30 minutes to spare.

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Dear Lonely Mama: Keep Trying to Find Your Tribe | Babble

Trying to make friends when you’re a mama isn’t easy. In fact, it’s a lot like dating with all of the effort and disappointment as you try to find your tribe in a busy schedule.

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College Student Photographs What Women Were Wearing When ...

College Student Photographs What Women Were Wearing When They Were Sexually Assaulted

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When Your Baby Comes Home From School Crying

We pick them up, dust them off, and send them back out there to fight another day. We have to. Because as fun as it is to think about, we can’t mow everyone down with a jet-powered garden hose.

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Thank God for Grandparents

A grandparent’s patience is often steadfast and unwavering — even on the third day when the shock of our visit has worn off and the curtains come down on best behaviors.

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A Thank You Letter to Labor and Delivery Nurses Everywhere

You go up and down the hallway in your tennis shoes over and over again, never really quite sure of the crazy situation you might find behind each door.

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Sometimes Parenting Is Saying You're Sorry | Babble

I was instantly transported back to my childhood and suddenly remembered exactly what it felt like to automatically say “I’m sorry, it was an accident!” and truly, truly mean it.

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What Happened When I Took My Spoiled Kid to a Homeless Shelter ...

Now that I’m seeing signs of entitlement and “affluenza” if you will, I don’t want it to continue.

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What Parents Should Know About Protecting Their Kids from Sexual Abuse

Advice from a mom who lived through it herself.