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2017 Twin Cities Moms Blog Reader Survey

We hope all of our readers know that feedback from local Twin Cities moms is extremely important to us. We work around the clock to bring the moms in the Twin Cities resources, guides, giveaways, mom groups, events and information to make your lives easier and hopefully more fun. We love to hear what you like [...]
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Chiropractic Care in Pregnancy

{Disclosure: We have partnered with Seasons Family Chiropractic to talk to you about both the benefits of seeing a prenatal chiropractor during pregnancy and the benefits for infants and children seeing a pediatric chiropractor. Some of the top prenatal and pediatric chiropractic clinics in the metro can be found here.} 41 weeks and 3 days pregnant. As […]

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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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I Am A Twin Cities Mom: Carissa Carroll

Continuing our I Am A Twin Cities Mom series, we’re welcoming Carissa Carroll, Founder and Executive Director of a non profit organization called Jack’s Basket. Carissa was born and raised in southwestern Minnesota and received her undergraduate degree from Bethel University and a Master’s of Education from the University of Minnesota in Applied Kinesiology. She has […]

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Do One Thing Every Day That Scares You

Or so says the magnet on the side of the file cabinet in my office (that’s filled with snacks and shoes, but that’s neither here nor there). At my core, I’m an adventurer, a change-lover, someone who looks at that magnet and thinks, “Well…of course!” But let’s be honest – motherhood can be the opposite of […]

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