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Spending Less to Live More

It was right around our daughter’s first birthday that we realized we needed to start creating a budget. Diapers, formula, tons of cute teeny tiny baby clothes, and (of course) several weekly trips to Starbucks were starting to ravage our pocketbooks. We knew we had to do something quick. We enrolled in Dave Ramsey’s Financial […]

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4 Ways to Support Your Husband as a First-Time Dad

My first four months as a mom were beyond survival mode—more like complete panic. I was so focused on my baby that I couldn’t meet my own physical and emotional needs. My dear husband fell through the cracks of my emotional exhaustion. I couldn’t see through the fog of my own needs to recognize how […]

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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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4 Pre-Parenting Stages

{Photo credit: Mortenson Photography} Parenting is a journey. But when does your journey really begin? We experience many important stages in life that bring us subtly closer to our future children. You may have experienced some of these stages in your own way too. And, I think we can all agree that our journey begins early on, […]

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Feel Better, Do Better: A Health & Wellness Pep-Talk For Moms

We are thrilled to kick off a series with our partners at Harrington & Associates Plastic Surgery! Dr. Jennifer Harrington is here to discuss topics surrounding women’s health and wellness. In her introductory post, she reminds us that it’s ok to take time for ourselves and how caring for ourselves can benefit our overall well-being. […]

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Aldi: Great For You and Your Budget (especially if you’re a food lover!)

It’s no secret that I love food. Cooking and baking are extremely therapeutic for me, and making meals together is something my family really enjoys doing. But over the years, as we’ve added family members and grown in our food interests, so has the amount of money we spend on it. Truth be told, how much […]

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Coming to The Science Museum of Minnesota: The Science Behind Pixar

Our partners at the Science Museum of Minnesota gave a few members of our team the opportunity to experience their latest exhibit, The Science Behind Pixar! Hear all about our experience and how you and your family can learn about the science behind some of your most loved animated movies! Looking for a fun place […]

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Make Dinner Easy with ‘To The Table’ Fresh Meal Kits from CobornsDelivers

Our partners at CobornsDelivers have expanded their offerings of their ‘To The Table’ Fresh Meal Kits! To show us how delicious and easy their meal kits are, CobornsDelivers invited our contributor Melanie to try one out. Read below about her experience and what sets Coborns meal kits apart! I don’t know about you, but it […]

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Early Introduction to Peanuts May Prevent Allergy

Allergy specialists from our partners at Fairview Health Services are here to share advice on new peanut guidelines. This guideline has recently changed and they are here to inform you of how this change impacts your children. Peanut allergies can be severe, even life threatening, and require life-long vigilance to avoid exposure. However, new recommendations […]

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Best Audiobooks for a Silent Road Trip

Last year I shared My Secret to a Silent Car with Young Kids. In case you missed it, my secret is those glorious listening gems known as audiobooks. My love for audiobooks is pretty intense. I recommend them constantly and for just about anything that’s ailing you in motherhood. Kid talks all the time? Audiobooks. […]

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