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Can Your Child Dial 911 Using a Smart Phone? {FREE PRINTABLE & APPS!}

Can my children dial 911 if I needed them to? I realized the answer was no and I had no back-up plan. I was pregnant with my third child and I stayed at home with my then 4 and 2 year old. My husband worked outside the home and traveled consistently and we had no […]

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Twin Cities: Your Guide to January/February

  There’s plenty to do this winter in the Twin Cities – don’t miss out just because it’s cold.  We’ll update with new additions as they come.  Don’t forget to check out our list of Indoor Activities, and add a few of our “Winter Survival” posts to your reading list: 10 Twin Cities Winter Activities […]

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Healthy Food on a Budget: Whole Foods Store Tours

Do you pack your kids’ lunches?  It can feel hard to pack a healthy lunch every day.  I’m a new school mom ,first year with a Kindergartner, and though we’ll let our daughter eat school lunch sometimes, I’m not overly impressed with the school lunch choices and how not-so-healthy the options seem to be, but […]

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The Little Gym and the Role of Mother {Sponsored Post}

{Twin Cities Moms Blog has partnered with The Little Gym for this sponsored post.  We love this business and all that it offers to moms and kiddos!  Read on for more info} We have entered into a fun age-stage in our house hold.  Picnic lunches, bikes in the driveway, neighbor play dates and hours at […]

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When Mom Goes Back to School: Five Things to Consider

Considering going back to school? Not sure if you’d be able to balance relationships, parenting, work and taking care of yourself? Worried you might sacrifice your family for the sake of your studies? It isn’t alway easy, but there is a way to go through school in a peaceful, balanced and enjoyable way! Hopefully my story […]

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