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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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Emerge Dessert Dash 2016 | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Local MN Bakeries Support Emerge Mothers Academy’s “Dessert Dash”

{Disclosure: We have partnered with Emerge Mothers Academy to recap their “Dessert Dash” event. We are proud to support Emerge as they equip single mothers to emerge as confident women and caring moms through personal development, health and wellness, constructive parenting, and financial independence. Read more to hear how several local bakeries worked together to support Emerge’s latest event!} Don’t […]

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Sponsored Post: Five Ways to Talk to Children About Political Campaigns

{Disclaimer: We have partnered with The Goddard School to bring you some advice on talking to your children about the upcoming elections. Political campaigns can dominate the media at times, and occasionally the messages they broadcast can be mean-spirited. Dr. Craig Bach, Vice President of Education for The Goddard School and member of The Goddard School Educational Advisory […]

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Are Your Kids Good Neighbors?

When my kids were younger, they were fascinated with our neighbors. A dear couple of working professionals enthusiastically listened to my daughter’s chatter over the fence on a daily basis. An elderly couple behind us piled our kids with rhubarb, apples and other garden fare. A young playmate lived next door. And everyone’s favorite babysitter lived […]

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Guide to Twin Cities Farmers’ Markets

It’s that time of year again – the time of year that gets us all through those long winters.  Along with the beautiful weather comes the Farmers’ Markets and they’re not just in the city.  There a plenty around the metro and one in your area.  Check out our list to find one near you! […]

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