Caitlin Stoecker

Caitlin Stoecker
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After meeting here during college, Caitlin and her husband, Tanner, settled in North Fargo and live a pretty upper-midwestern life full of trying to appreciate the small adventures. As a mom to a son (2017), Caitlin tries to balance all of the mommy things with taking time for what makes her a human outside of being a wife and mother. Along with spending her days working in corporate communications, she enjoys finding unique family experiences in the Fargo-Moorhead area, volunteering, reading, and simply being honest about the realities of motherhood in all its vehement glory.

Beyond the Classics: Best Board Books for Toddlers

We read a lot of books at our house. As a result, we have accumulated quite the children’s library. In our collection are some incredible board books that are able to capture the attention...
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I’m OK With This Slower Pace of Life

My life has taken a slower pace lately. I’m roasting an actual whole chicken this evening for dinner. I even brined it yesterday, with fresh herbs I (mostly) grew myself this summer. Also in the...

Your Kid Eats What?: How to Get Your Picky Eater to Branch Out

I'm grateful I can say that my three-year old son is not a picky eater. Guacamole is his favorite food. He also requests a lettuce salad for lunch more often than I find normal...
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A Letter to My Fairy-Not-Mother: All the Things I Should Have Said

Dear Jane, The world is a better place because you were in it. Your sarcasm was legendary and you always told the best stories. Every single detail in your stories remained intact, even as the...
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Keeping Families Close: Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Red River Valley

Our son had critical surgery when he was seven weeks old. He’s healthy and everything went fine, but it was scary. It was stressful and it was all-consuming. The surgery he received is a relatively...
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9 Practical Tips to Potty Train in a Weekend

That’s right. We taught our three-year-old son to potty train in a weekend. I went into it pretty terrified, but it turned out to go more smoothly than I thought! Okay, maybe not easy-peasy-lemon-squeezy, but...
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No Regrets: Why Not Co-Sleeping Was the Best Choice for Us

Note: Fargo Mom understands that all moms make different choices based on what works best for their family. Our writers have a variety of experiences we plan to share in the coming months, including...
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Working Mom to Unemployed Mom: Survival Tactics for the Shift

April 1st began like most days in our home; my husband and I aren't big into April Fools’ Day pranks and, aside from trying not to fall for any fake Facebook posts, our life...
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Thank You, Friends Without Kids, for Being Awesome

As parents (especially to a young child), my husband and I know how important "parent" friends are. These are the people in our lives who just get it. The ones you can text with...
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When Dad’s the Favorite: Perks of Not Being the Preferred Parent

Daycare pick-up is supposed to be a joyful time. You open the classroom door, your child looks up from playing with excitement in his eyes and begins his adorable toddler-trot towards you, complete with...
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