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Visit Farm Babies at the Minnesota Zoo

Our partners at the Minnesota Zoo invited our contributor, Erica, to their Farm Babies exhibit! Read about her family’s experience and learn more about how you and your children can enjoy this exhibit this spring! Spring can be SO slow to arrive in Minnesota! But even though the weather was still quite chilly and there […]

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Play Along with The Lorax at Children’s Theatre Company!

Our partners at Children’s Theatre Company are here to share some fun activities you can do with your children related to their latest show – The Lorax – running April 15th through June 10th! Read on to find out how you can check out this performance with your family! Children’s Theatre Company and The Old […]

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Legos on a Whole New Level at the Science Museum of Minnesota

Our partners at the Science Museum of Minnesota invited our contributor, Amber, to visit their NEW Towers of Tomorrow exhibit! Read on for an inside peek into the exhibit and find out how you and your little Lego lovers can experience it for yourselves!I think one of the neatest things we as moms get to […]

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2018 Guide to Twin Cities Summer Camps

Summer will be here before we know it! Now is the time to find a summer camp your child can be part of during the summer months. The Twin Cities has a lot to offer your family, including academic camps, athletic camps, theater camps, special needs camps and so much more. We hope this guide [...]
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How my Child with Down syndrome will Change the World | Twin Cities Moms Blog

How My Child With Down Syndrome Will Change the World

Today is World Down syndrome Day! You or your child may be unknowingly participating in some events today and might be wondering what is going or what holiday it is. Many parents will go to their child’s class to read a story about Down syndrome, you will see a bunch of funky, mismatched socks on […]

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2018 Twin Cities Easter Events

The Twin Cities hosts a variety of egg hunts that vary from helicopter drops into large fields to a simple look around for colored "egg" rocks out on a nature hike. We've got all of your Easter activities covered, from dyeing eggs to egg hunts to posing with the big friendly bunny! We will continue to [...]
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Experience Corduroy at Children’s Theatre Company

Our partners at Children’s Theatre Company are here to share some fun activities you can do with your children related to their latest show – Corduroy – running NOW through May 20th! Read on to find out how you can check out this performance with your family! Children’s Theatre Company is proud to present Corduroy! This […]

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Get a Taste of Summer at Minnesota Zoo’s Tropical Beach Party

Our partners at the Minnesota Zoo invited our contributor, Shannon, to visit their NEW Tropical Beach Party exhibit! See how you and your family can enjoy the warmth of the tropics while staying indoors this winter!As winter continues to linger here in Minnesota, we’ve been feeling pretty cooped up. We decided to take a break […]

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3 Parenting Philosophies Perfected by Rural America

My folks grew up in rural America. Together they raised six kids and promptly booted them into independent adulthood upon graduation from high school. They parented us with an effortless and prescriptive touch that was practically paranormal. Their technique endures as elusive content for tales of folklore. Shortly after I became a mother, I found […]

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Dialing Ethiopia: The Day I Called My Daughter’s Birth Mother

I suppose the journey to be in contact with our child’s birth mother started even before we were matched with our daughter. It was in the early days when whispers of others’ falsified documents and inconsistencies lurked like shadows. I dismissed all ill feelings knowing that our agency was not corrupt and we were good […]

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Early Education Guide | Twin Cities Moms Blog

2018 Twin Cities Guide to Early Education

As parents, our child's education is something we place value on. We want them to receive a well-rounded educational experience that leaves them with a lifelong love of learning and exploring. We know that their educational experience goes beyond their schooling too - it can include child care, activities, and even what we teach our [...]
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