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That One Time We Took Our Kids Out for Dinner

I’ll admit that I am sharing this mostly so that I can remember what happens when going out to eat with two young kids.  Next time the urge strikes, I’ll come back and read this. Perhaps your family is going stir crazy on a Saturday afternoon after a morning full of cleaning and too much Mickey Mouse, Paw Patrol […]

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Top Toddler Travel Toys

We have the great blessing and great curse of family scattered across the east coast, west coast and everywhere in between. Our almost-two-year-old’s got some solid frequent flier – and road-trip – miles under her belt. Because traveling toddlers are basically squirmy ticking time bombs, we’ve learned a few things about how to keep her […]

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Britax B-Ready 2017 Review | Twin Cities Moms Blog

The Britax 2017 B-Ready Stroller: A Complete Review + STROLLER GIVEAWAY

{Disclosure: We recently partnered with Britax and City Moms Blog Network to learn more about their newest stroller. Britax graciously provided a few members of our team & several local bloggers with the 2017 B-Ready stroller at our #Ready4Anything event. All thoughts and opinions are 100% our own.} In the past three years, I’ve had two kids and […]

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Toddler Eats: Easy Meals

I remember feeling so excited right before my son was about to start eating solids. I couldn’t wait to start offering him ALLTHEFOODS. At first it was simple, but I quickly learned that feeding my baby solids wasn’t as intuitive as I would have thought. It required some effort to think about the timing of […]

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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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Cooking, Car Rides & Laundry: Three Ways I Connect with My Kids

{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 Minnesota website.} I’m a full-time working mama to two-year-old Stella and four-month-old Gus. During the week you’ll […]

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Every Mom Blog Says the Same Thing

In my quick lunchtime perusal of the mom-blogosphere, I skimmed a post lifting up working moms and another saluting stay-at-home moms. There was an ode to breastfeeding and a defense of formula. A post promising summertime structure and one vowing to throw it out the window. And you know what? Despite the conflicting headlines, they all […]

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Make the Most of Your Backyard with Loose Parts!

{Disclosure: We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Kinderberry Hill with this post – their Education Coordinator, a mom herself, is here to talk about loose parts and how they can spark your child’s imagination and creativity.} One of the best perks of summer is endless hours of outdoor play! I love to see children happily building, creating, […]

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