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All I Really Need to Know I Learned in ECFE

As my oldest is on the brink of kindergarten, I can’t help but reflect on these past five years of her early childhood education, while looking forward to the future years (although they could slow down a bit). One of the many reasons my husband and I decided to raise our family in Minnesota was the […]

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Bloom 2017 Event Recap

One of our passions at TCMB is to provide opportunities for moms to connect with each other, and this is one of the main reasons we love planning and providing events for the moms in our community! We were so honored and thrilled to have the opportunity to gather 250+ Twin Cities moms and moms-to-be a […]

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Supermom Has it All… Including Postpartum Depression

Looking at other parents’ Facebook or Instagram feeds may make it seem like they really have it all…  a wonderful marriage, a supportive spouse with a successful job, a beautiful house in the suburbs with a white-picket fence and a big yard for the dog, at least two children (including at least one boy and one girl), and fashionable […]

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{EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT} Breakfast in Bed // Moms’ Morning Out Event!

Think comfort and relaxation at this Moms’ Morning Out Event with Twin Cities Moms Blog and Natural Bed + Home on February 27th! Mimosas and breakfast refreshments courtesy of D’Amico Catering to make you feel like you are having breakfast in bed. Optional yoga and meditation session that comes with a pair of cozy slippers for you to keep. Continuing on the […]

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Top 10 Toddler and Preschooler Products

Congratulations! You did it! You survived that first year with your baby, and boy, did time fly by! Your once tiny newborn is now mobile, learning to talk, and growing, growing, growing! It’s time to pack away all the baby stuff that you no longer need–bassinet, jumper, bouncy seat, infant car seat, bottles, bibs, burb […]

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Your Grown Son Won’t Eat His Boogers (and Other Worries You Can Let Go)

Confession: When we left the hospital with our newborn son, I was convinced we were on the road to a royal mess up. How anyone thought we were capable of raising a baby – a living, breathing, completely-dependent-on-us-for-survival person – was insanity. There was so much we didn’t know. So much that could happen. What […]

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