For years it seemed I was drowning in diapers, but somehow—when I wasn’t looking—we slipped into a new stage. The stage where you rarely have to help anyone get dressed, and more often than not, everyone sleeps through the night. I felt as if the winds of change were suddenly blowing around my family, leaving me with a sense of urgency to focus on my children for the short time they would be in my care.
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Considering adding some action and adventure to your movie-going experience this weekend? Here are the Mormon Moviegoers reviews of 'Ready Player One' and 'Pacific Rim: Uprising' to help you decide if either of these films is right for your family fun.
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