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Sarah Jaeger

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Sarah was born and raised in the Motor City but has called Mid-Michigan home now for over a decade. She worked as a television news reporter covering everything from breaking news, investigative stories, sports, and lifestyle but has stepped back from the industry to be a stay-at-home mom for her two kids. In between swim classes and t-ball practice, Sarah enjoys running and bowling (she is a former state champion). She also has her own blog, The TV Mommy - @SarahJaegerTV or @TheTVMommy - and owns her own video production business, April Lane Productions.
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Parenting Hot Topic: The Position of President

Here we are. Four years later and it’s time for another presidential election. Some things have remained the same in those four years since the last election. There’s still turmoil among the Democrats and Republicans....

Elf On The Shelf: Avoid These Seven Rookie Mistakes!

It’s that time of year again when the friendly little mischief-maker returns to your homes. Yes, I’m talking about the Elf On The Shelf. Love him or hate him, he {or she} is back! What is...

Sleepover on a WWII Submarine: A Mother Son Adventure

Where is the craziest place you’ve ever had a sleepover? Was it a unique hotel? Maybe a camping trip under the stars or a night in the trees in a hammock? For me, it was a World...

T-Ball Season: A Rite of Passage, But Not for the Faint of Heart

T-ball, I feel, is a rite of passage for every little kid. Getting to be part of a team and learning how to play a sport instills so much in our children. However, after COVID...

I’m Done Apologizing For My Messy House

The dreaded messy house. Does it bug you? Recently one of my son’s classmates and their mom had to come over to our house to work on a school project. Normally this wouldn’t be a problem...

Go To Bed! 3 Easy Tips To Make Bedtime Bearable

Putting my kids to bed has always been a struggle in our house. I know I’m not alone in making this statement. From tantrums to wining and overly exhausted kids, the time to quiet down...
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Ten Things You Should Know If Your Child Starts Sleepwalking

Sleepwalking - have you experienced it? It’s the middle of the night, your child wakes up but can’t tell you what’s wrong. They’re not crying but they just sit there in a daze. It’s...
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Practice Makes Better: Life Lessons From My 6-Year-Old

“Practice makes better.” It’s a comment I heard my eldest child say to his little sister as he was helping her with her ABCs. As I started to correct him and tell him the phrase...
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Making the Most of your Small Camper Space

Making the most of your small camper space...can you relate? You’ve heard the term “everything but the kitchen sink”? Well, that’s how I pack for a trip. My husband likes to use the term “we roll...