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How to Prevent & Handle Choking | Twin Cities Moms Blog

How to Prevent and Handle Choking Incidents

It’s an exciting milestone—your baby is eating real food! It’s also a scary transition since so many parents fear their child will choke. Now is a critical time to learn how to handle a choking incident. Carolyn McClain, MD, Medical Director of The Urgency Room has helped us put together a list of top tips […]

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Kid-Friendly, Mom-Approved Hidden Vegetable Smoothies

If you’re anything like me, then you’re always looking for new ways to get your kids to eat more fruits and vegetables. The reality is that most of our kids don’t get excited to eat a big plate of kale salad or roasted vegetables. Fruit is usually more acceptable but I still have clients tell me their kids don’t eat […]

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Ultimate Guide to Summer in the Twin Cities

Summer in Minnesota has arrived and this is your Ultimate Guide to Summer in the Twin Cities. Our Park Finder has nearly 150 local parks, including a Waterplay Guide with over 85 spots to cool off, summer projects to do with your kids, area outings, guides to area lakes, local restaurant guides and so much more. Pin [...]
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Surprising Gifts from Children | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Surprising Gifts from Children

Our partners at Kinderberry Hill are here to share about the unexpected gifts our children give to us, just by being themselves. Sara Reichstadt, an Education Coordinator and mom herself, gives her personal insight on how we can learn a lot about time, compassion, and humility through our children each day.During the Week of the […]

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Identity Crisis: On the 5th Anniversary of Becoming “Mom”

{Photo credit: Sarah Elizabeth Photography} In just a few days, we will celebrate my daughter’s fifth birthday while I will silently be celebrating the fifth anniversary of becoming “Mom.” This name has not just become a title, it has become my identity. I am a completely different person than I was five years ago. I look […]

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Crepes with the Easter Bunny Event Details {SOLD OUT}

This event is officially sold out. We hope to see you at one of our future events! We are thrilled to announce our first ever spring family event – Twin Cities Moms Blog’s Crepes with the Easter Bunny! Please read all the details below so you are prepared to purchase your tickets right at 8:30pm […]

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Baby Sign is for Everyone!

“Ice cream. More. Please,” my toddler sleepily communicates to me in baby sign at 6 am. She hasn’t been awake for long, but she knows exactly what she wants. In fact, I almost titled this post, “More Ice Cream! And Other Demands Made Possible By Baby Sign.” Although it’s early, my daughter’s tiny signing is adorable! The message comes […]

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