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Prevent Burns with The Urgency Room | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Don’t Get Burned! Take it From Me: Busy Parents Are a Hotbed of Risk

{Disclosure: Our partners at The Urgency Room treat many injuries with one of the most common being burns. As a mom herself, Dr. Carolyn McClain, Medical Director of The Urgency Room, has some tips on how to prevent common household burns and how to keep your family and home safe.} As parents, we’re pretty good at […]

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Speak Beautful with Dove | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Join Dove and Learn to #SpeakBeautiful- Only at Target

{Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Mirum Shopper. Opinions are 100% my own.} Leadership, inspiring, for the love of basketball. Just a few things that come to mind when we got the opportunity to attend the Minnesota Lynx game and participate in the We Are Women event sponsored by Dove. Even though I have three young […]

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Back to School: How We Handle Three Kids in Special Education

Our journey with education has been overwhelming to say the least these past few years.  All of our kids have had delayed expressed language.  At first, no one thought anything of it because they grew up in a trilingual environment (English, Laotian and Vietnamese). We started our oldest at a local Montessori school after the twins […]

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Three Surprising Benefits of Reading to Your Children

{Disclosure: We are thrilled to partner with Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota to share helpful information about early childhood development for children ages zero to three. A host of additional early childhood resources are available on the Children’s website.} My first-born child was a preschool prodigy. Ok maybe not. But thanks to my diligent employment […]

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5 Things I Wish I Had Known About Child Development

{Disclosure: We are thrilled to partner with Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota to share helpful information about early childhood development for children ages zero to three. A host of additional early childhood resources are available on the Children’s website.} I flashed the black and white printables in front of my new baby’s face. Back and forth I waved […]

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Overcoming Book Rut

{Disclosure: We are thrilled to partner with Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota to share helpful information about early childhood development for children ages zero to three. A host of additional early childhood resources are available on the Children’s website.} Nope. I actually can’t read you Good Night Moon one more time. I just can’t. Why? Well for starters, […]

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The Learning Power of Play in Nature

{Disclosure: We are thrilled to partner with Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota to share helpful information about early childhood development for children ages zero to three. A host of additional early childhood resources are available on the Children’s website.} My kids are their absolute best selves when they are outside. In the woods, at the […]

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