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Top 5 for 5: Alex Reveals His Best Relationship Advice

Alex Keobke has been a Contributor to The Hudsucker since 2014, and his thoughtful advice on life and relationships has been a staple of his writing. For his Top 5 for 5, he chooses to share the relationship advice that he finds most important.  One of the most influential areas of your life is the partner […]

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How to Co-Parent Like an Adult and Make Life Way Easier Without the Crazy

Relationships are hard, but divorce can be much harder. As an ugly beast filled with a wide-range of emotions and a dose of bitterness, divorce can present some frustrating challenges for couples — like co-parenting. While both parents are often caught in a cycle of retaliation due to the mental and emotional harm each has […]

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Entertainment Roundup: What Happened in March

Oh, to be young, in love, and on television’s most popular celebrity dancing competition. At least, that’s the case for some celebs this month. In this edition of “Entertainment Roundup,” we cover the newest member to the One Direction family, old Disney characters finding new love, and how to properly shake off a nude photo […]

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5 Essential Self-Care Tips New Parents Should Consider for a Happier Well-Being

Parenthood is kind of an awesome thing. You get to watch, guide, and help another little human being learn about and find their place in the world. It’s not an easy or glamorous job, and most people have told you that going into the great parenting adventure. But it still somehow takes you by surprise […]

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5 Diaper Bag Essentials Every Parent Needs to Consider

When it comes to parenting, there is a lot to consider. But nothing might be more important than the diaper bag. We’ve been told by family and friends that the moment our little one arrives, we might never leave the house again without an arsenal of baby needs under every arm and in every pocket. Today, women […]

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Teething 101: How to Remedy Your Baby’s Challenging Milestone

It can be absolutely amazing to watch a baby grow and develop. Every month of life brings so many changes as they go from being newborns to toddlers and beyond. But for all the wonder that is watching a little one grow there are a few developments that are more trying than enjoyable for both […]

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5 Clever DIY Storage Ideas for Organizing Your Kids’ Rooms

Kids have a lot of stuff and all of that stuff needs somewhere to go. However, you don’t need to spend a lot of money on storage ideas to keep all your children’s things neat, tidy, and stylish. Whether you’re in the process of planning their nursery or looking for ways to tidy up a playroom, we explore […]

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5 Things You Learn in the Fourth Trimester

You read all of the books. Okay, you read a few of the books and some articles on a website or three. You went to all of your doctor’s appointments, spoke with parent friends, received a lot of awesome gear and things at your baby shower, and then welcomed your little bundle of joy into […]

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6 Affordable Childcare Alternatives to Consider for Peace of Mind

Childcare solutions are an important aspect for working parents to consider, but between the nannies and numerous daycare centers, it’s an extremely expensive undertaking. Not to mention, all the searching and wondering can lead to a very stressful situation. How can you concentrate on work or even a day away from home if you’re constantly worried […]

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Holiday Reading Roundup

On behalf of our staff at The Hudsucker, we wish you and your families the very best this season as you celebrate the holidays with your loved ones! May your winter sparkle with love and deliver an abundance of happiness and good cheer your way, and shine with moments of love, laughter and goodwill!

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7 Easy Tips for Celebrating Your Baby’s First Christmas

Between the hot cocoa and long shopping lists, it’s as clear as ice that the holidays have officially begun. But while it might seem a little like last year with the same old Starbucks lattes and that sparkly décor lining your home, there’s one true thing that promises to make this year your most special […]

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Coping With Loss and Dealing With Grief

How do you move on after losing a loved one? The answer to that question may be as impossible as trying to imagine life without some of those you hold closely. But sadly, death and grief are inevitable and undeniable qualities that make up life. Queen Elizabeth II  said, “Grief is the price we pay for love,” […]

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4 Reasons Why You Need to Hire a Wedding Planner

If you’ve been thinking of tackling your wedding on your own, give it another thought. While it might seem like the more cost effective choice to make, there are many progressive parts involved in designing a wedding. From the venue to the cake, to the dress, invitations, and so much more — the last thing you need is […]

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Yours, Mine and Ours: Home Decorating Tips for Newlyweds

You’re finally married — yay! For many couples across the country, that means finally blending your lives as one and moving in together. But while you’ve already considered everything prior to the move, it’s time to take the ultimate plunge and decorate your home with the aid of your spouse. Now here comes the tricky […]

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5 Gift Ideas for the Expectant Mom

When a woman finds out she’s pregnant, the people in her life often get just as excited as mom-to-be. This excitement often translates to loved ones and friends buying presents and things for the baby, even before or after the baby shower. Celebrating the new baby is a wonderful thing, but it’s also important to […]

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