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Erin Stewart
Celebrate the good, the bad and the downright ridiculous moments of motherhood with the Just4Mom blog. From stretch marks to the latest news for moms, Erin Stewart discusses it all while her 3-year-old daughter crams Mr. Potato Head pieces in her nose.

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I began to doubt if I could be both a great mom and a great wife until I took a closer look at my marriage.
I recently took my rightful place in the chain of awkward sex talks that have been passed down from mother to daughter for generations.
My mommy resolutions for 2015 are simple, but will have a huge impact on my relationship with my children and with myself.
Retailers are pushing another batch of mind-numbing products this year that top the worst toys for 2014.
This year, I'm living by my sister's Christmas motto: “If I can't do it cheerfully and with loving kindness, then I don't do it.”
Whether we tie up our gifts to him in a box beneath the tree or just keep them in our heart, our gifts of love to Jesus and to each other are the best ones.
During National Adoption Month, my thoughts turned to all the men and women who want nothing more than to be parents.
With stores pushing sales on Thanksgiving day, it's harder than ever to teach kids what true gratitude really means.
President Obama's recent comments on stay-at-home mothers send the message that stay-at-home mothers are not as valuable as working mothers.
I want to teach my children to be grateful for all of life's experiences, even if they aren't all full of fun.