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Let's Talk Food with CommonGround | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Finding CommonGround: Let’s Talk Food Together

We would love to introduce you to our partners at CommonGround! This group of women farmers share information and answer questions about food and farming from a wide variety of perspectives. Read as CommonGround’s Kristie Swenson gives her personal story about how farming has impacted her and her family’s lives and how CommonGround can answer […]

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How to Help a Struggling Reader

I had the privilege of sitting down with our local Children’s Librarian, Miss Margaret, to learn how libraries can help kids and families. I thought I was pretty library-savvy before, but I learned so much! Here are some things she shared that are helpful not only for those mamas with struggling or disinterested readers, but […]

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Seeking Help, Finding Hope: {A Resource Guide for Issues Related to Abuse}

We want to connect moms who are seeking help to resources within our community that can provide hope. Here are several organizations that can help with issues related to abuse. NorthEastSouthWestMinneapolisSt. PaulNorth Alexandra House | 10065 3rd St NE, Blaine, MN 55434 | 24 Hour Hotline: 763.780.2330 Domestic and sexual violence services to women, men, youth and [...]
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Twin Cities Sledding Hills | Twin Cities Moms Blog

2017 Guide to Twin Cities Sledding Hills

Bundle up and hit the slopes! Find your location below and check out all the sledding hills in your area! NorthEastSouthWestMinneapolisSt. PaulNorth Brooklyn Center Lion's Park: 5501 Russell Ave N, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430 Brooklyn Park Central Park: 8440 Regent Ave N, Brooklyn Park, MN 55443 Columbia Heights Keyes Park: 4500 Reservoir Blvd, Columbia Heights, Minnesota 55421 [...]
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Starting Our New Year on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

This year our family New Year’s Resolution was to become more civic minded and focus on service in our community. Admittedly, two weeks later, we are off to a slow start. Fortunately, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is an ideal opportunity to regroup, get inspired, and get started. Here is our plan for the day. […]

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‘Tis the Season to Volunteer: Resources for the Whole Family

We are right in the middle of the holiday season. The season is likely filled with holiday movies, baking cookies, figuring out where to move your mischievous Elf, trips to see Santa, shopping for the perfect present and lots of Christmas music. You probably have a whole list of family traditions to carry on this […]

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