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Twin Cities Farmers' Market Guide | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Twin Cities Farmers’ Market Guide

Our Twin Cities Farmers’ Market Guide is brought to you by CommonGround. We are so grateful for their partnership and love how they are bringing women together to discuss food and farming. These women come from a wide variety of farming backgrounds and share multiple perspectives. Check out the “From Our Sponsors” tab for more […]

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Ultimate Guide to Summer in the Twin Cities

Summer in Minnesota has arrived and this is your Ultimate Guide to Summer in the Twin Cities. Our Park Finder has nearly 150 local parks, including a Waterplay Guide with over 85 spots to cool off, summer projects to do with your kids, area outings, guides to area lakes, local restaurant guides and so much more. Pin [...]
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2017 Minnesota Twins Wine, Women, & Baseball

Summer is just around the corner, and we are thrilled to partner with The Minnesota Twins, who know we should be taking full advantage of those warm nights (especially with your girlfriends)! Read on to find out more about their awesome Wine, Women and Baseball nights coming up! Warmer weather is approaching, you’ve been inside […]

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A Twin Cities Mom’s Guide to the Month of May 2017

It's spring! Hooray! We all survived another winter season and are probably suffering a bit from cabin fever. No worries! We've got you covered. We’re here to help you keep your sanity by bringing these fun Twin Cities activities all together in one easy guide so you don’t miss a thing! This is month #5! [...]
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Minnehaha Summer Camps | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Summer Camp: Choose Your Child’s Summer Adventure with Minnehaha Academy

Our partners at Minnehaha Academy are here to tell you all about their awesome summer camps! We know you can find the perfect fit for you and for your child with their wide variety of program options and flexible schedules. Read more how your child can learn and grow this summer while exploring their interests! […]

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10 Reasons Why Day Dates Are Better For Parents

“Let’s go on a date!” he said. “Ok!” she said. After finding a sitter and finally figuring out what they wanted to do, they were off. Off to feeling young and hip again. A nice dinner at 7 pm was perfect, but that wasn’t enough, they hadn’t been on a date like this for a […]

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How to De-Stress Your Easter Celebration

Sometimes when I get home from a vacation, I end up needing a vacation from my vacation. And holiday celebrations sometimes feel the same way. Preparing for house guests. Grocery shopping and trying to find odd ingredients. Cooking recipes I know my kids will never eat. Stuffing my kids into fancy clothes. Telling my kids […]

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A Twin Cities Mom’s Guide to the Month of April 2017

It's spring! Hooray! We all survived another winter season and are probably suffering a bit from cabin fever. No worries! We've got you covered. We’re here to help you keep your sanity by bringing these fun Twin Cities activities all together in one easy guide so you don’t miss a thing! This is month #4! [...]
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Experience the Summer of a Lifetime at WeHaKee Camp for Girls

Disclosure: We have partnered with WeHaKee Camp for Girls to tell you all about their incredible summer camp. Read about how the girls in your life can enjoy a unique experience they will never forget! Many organizations have a mission statement that may guide them as they make decisions impacting how that organization goes about doing its […]

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That Time I Tried a Tri(athlon)

Once upon a time, I signed up for an indoor triathlon – a swim in the pool, ride on a stationary bike and run around a track (times a million). Maybe I was sleep deprived. Maybe the cold, dark winter was getting to me. Or maybe I just needed to get out of my comfort […]

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