Tina Sreniawski

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Tina is a Downriver Mom! She has a hard working husband, Lou, and four energetic children under age 7. She is on a leave of absence from her teaching job and is soaking up her SAHM time. When she’s not changing diapers, homework helping, meal prepping, or folding laundry, she enjoys running, playing volleyball, and most of all, reading. Tina believes that Moms are superheroes, and that love can make anything possible.

Stop and Smell the Desitin

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If you've been a mom for more than 10 minutes, you've probably heard (and reacted to) the well-intended phrase, "Enjoy it! You're going to miss this!" If you're like me, you smile at whoever...

Where to Find Downriver’s Little Free Libraries

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Have you noticed Little Free Libraries are popping up all over the area? These adorable libraries, usually near public spaces, originated in Wisconsin in 2009 as a way to share books within communities. The...

Tips for a Smooth September

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September is one of the toughest months of the year for our family. My kids spend the first part of the month trying to recover from a summer filled with bickering and snacks...oops, I...

The Peanut Butter Sandwich That Made Me Cry

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This summer my kids and I stumbled across the show Kids Baking Championship. If you haven’t seen it, it is a baking competition where kids are the contestants and adults are the judges. We...

What Moms REALLY Want for Christmas

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Sorry folks, but it’s not an InstaPot or a Roomba that’s on our lists this year. If you’ve clicked on this article, I have to assume that it’s because you’re not sure what to...

When the Struggle is Real

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You know those days when you know the stars have aligned perfectly for you? The super productive days where you just seem to hit the ground running? The ones where you feel energized, centered,...

In Case of Emergency: Ways to Prep for an (Unlikely) ER Visit

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Logan, my three year old, has some tricky health issues. Earlier this year, we had been managing his pneumonia symptoms at home for nearly two weeks. Out of nowhere though, he spiked a 103-degree...

A Realistic Mom’s Baby Book

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My first child, Michael, has three baby books. Well, four if you include the pregnancy journal I filled out, complete with pictures that I printed out and glued to its pages. My two daughters...

Turning Cruel Kids into Cool Kids: Tips for Raising Inclusive Families

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 “What’s wrong with her eyes?” the girl asked, pointing at Chloe, my 1-year-old. We were at a friend’s child’s birthday party when another guest, a girl who may have been five or six years...

Introducing Tina Sreniawski, a Flat Rock Mom

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My Background If you’ve ever seen an episode of The Brady Bunch, then you’ve got a good idea of what my childhood looked like. I grew up as #5 out of 6 kids in our...