Katina Behm

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Katina grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia and played field hockey at the University of Connecticut, and has never been in as good of shape since. She met her husband, Justin, at a bar in Pittsburgh and, despite many romantic Skype dates, found a long-distance relationship to be a drag and moved to Fargo in 2010. She's a bonus mom to Justin's son, Owen (2005), and they have twins Augie and Delphi (2016) and two Great Danes, Rainy and Moose. She's a Speech-Language Pathologist, Certified Brain Injury Specialist, and ADHD Rehabilitation Services Provider who enjoys helping her patients improve their quality of life. She loves showing the world to her kids (but also seeing the world through their eyes), trying new foods, listening to live music and publicly mocking her little brother on Instagram. On most weekends, you can find her at one of her kids' many activities by day, and by night on the couch in sweats, eating a homemade charcuterie board and drinking cheap wine she bought at Costco. She still has Skype dates, but now they're with friends and family who live all over the place.
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Football Traditions That Bring Our Family Together

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In our family, football is more than a sport. It's a culture, and a tradition that spans across generations. Football season is a lifestyle, full of get-togethers gathered around the television cheering on our team. Or...
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Best Places to View Fall Colors in Fargo & Beyond

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Where to Find Mediterranean Food in Fargo & Moorhead

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Simple Tips for Decluttering Your Life

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10 Summer Date Ideas in Fargo & Moorhead

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Ah summer time, when this area comes alive!  And I'm not just talking about the birds and buds, I also mean the people. We've been cooped up for months and can't wait to get outside....

Getting on the Same Page: A Guide to Family Planners

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Guster Is for Love Letters: How Music Helped Me Through Grief

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I've been meaning to write this for a while now. I've put it off so long I nearly forgot until I recently read an article that lead singer of Guster, Ryan Miller, wrote for...
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Family Movie Night: ’90s Edition

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A Tale of Two Easters: Celebrating My Greek Culture

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Moms Get Sensory Overload, Too: Tips to Help

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It's Friday at 5:00 p.m. The kids are trying to yell over a toy commercial that seems to be competing with their volume. An Amazon package has just arrived, so now the dog has...