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The Bittersweet End of Summer in Minnesota

“I miss snow,” my son declared from the backseat. “Bite your tongue,” I thought to myself as we absorbed the hot summer day. It was only months ago that we were inside our house bunkering down because of the cold weather. Yet, here we were in the next seasonal change, I didn’t want to go […]

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4 Things to Focus On for Family Photos

September in Minnesota heralds the arrival of a new school year, football season and beautiful colors.  It’s also the time of year when many moms decide to corral everyone for an updated family photo.   And why not?  Minnesota is well known and loved for its distinctly separate and beautiful seasons. Minnesota in the fall […]

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Field to Fork Moms Night Out with CommonGround {Tickets on sale now!}

We are excited to announce our next event, Field to Fork Moms Night Out with CommonGround! Take a break from motherhood, grab a girlfriend, and join us for a unique evening of delicious food and drink, all while learning more about the fabulous women farmers in the state of Minnesota.  Title Sponsor Thank you to […]

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

There’s always something to do in the Twin Cities, and the fall months are no different! We’re here to help you keep your sanity by bringing these activities all together in one easy guide. In 2017, we’ve been providing you with monthly event guides so you don’t miss a thing! This is month #9, and it's packed with [...]
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Back To School Meal Prep Tips & Tricks | Twin Cities Moms Blog

My Secret to Back-to-School Sanity: Meal Prep Tips & Tricks

Our partners at Driscoll’s know the importance of feeding our families healthy and nutritious food, even during the busiest seasons of life. Read on for suggestions from our contributor Monica, in partnership with Driscoll’s, on how you can take the stress out of meal planning this fall by utilizing some tips and tricks in your […]

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#HomeschoolLife

I was homeschooled during those dreaded middle school years. I heard they were rough. I got to completely bypass them as I was homeschooled for three years during that whole timeframe of my life. I played sports at the local middle school and I remember one day, the popular girls came up to me and […]

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When Mom Goes Back to School: Lessons I’ve Learned

Do you know who hangs out at your local Starbucks at 5am on Saturday and Sunday mornings? Friendly retirees reading their papers, an overworked professional catching up on emails, a couple of nurses chatting after their night shift, and me…the working mom and student cramming a week’s worth of homework into a few precious early […]

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Target’s Sensory-Friendly Clothing Line

As if Target’s own Cat & Jack line couldn’t get any better, they are releasing a limited selection of sensory-friendly pieces for children with special needs. The pieces are based on the already cute and stylish line, but add a tagless design and flat seams that will feel comfy against kids’ skin. This is known […]

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Sneak Peeks at Children's Learning Adventure | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Plan for Back to School with Children’s Learning Adventure

Our partners at Children’s Learning Adventure would love to share about their two upcoming Sneak Peek events with you! These two events, in both July and August, will give you and your family the chance to tour their incredible facility, inquire about their programs, and enjoy tons of free family fun! Get the details below. […]

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How Not to Shop On Black Friday: Family-Friendly Events

Are you done trying to grab the best deal possible on Black Friday? A movement introduced by REI last year called #optoutside generated a lot of recognition for closing their doors and encouraging everyone to look at alternatives to shopping, focusing more on spending time outside enjoying nature and working off all that turkey eaten […]

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