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A Twin Cities Mom’s Guide to July 2018

  There’s always something to do in the Twin Cities! We've worked to help you keep your sanity by bringing these July activities all together in one easy guide so you don’t miss a thing! We’ll update with new additions as they come. July 1-8July 9-15July 16-22July 23-31Fun RunsSpecial NeedsOngoing EventsTwin Cities Moms Blog EventsJuly [...]
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A Twin Cities Mom’s Guide to May 2018

There’s always something to do in the Twin Cities! We've worked to help you keep your sanity by bringing these May activities all together in one easy guide so you don’t miss a thing! We’ll update with new additions as they come. May 1-5May 6-12May 13-19May 20-31Fun RunsMother's DayKids Consignment SalesTwin Cities Moms Blog EventsSpecial [...]
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A Twin Cities Mom's Guide to April 2018 | Twin Cities Moms Blog

A Twin Cities Mom’s Guide to April 2018

There’s always something to do in the Twin Cities! We've worked to help you keep your sanity by bringing these April activities all together in one easy guide so you don’t miss a thing! We’ll update with new additions as they come. April 1-7April 8-14April 15-21April 22-30Fun RunsEarth Day EventsEaster EventsKids Consignment SalesTwin Cities Moms [...]
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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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Young Children’s Apps

In this day and age, we all see those families at the restaurant who are all on their phone or tablet and don’t seem to look up for anything other than ordering. I always promised myself I would never be ‘that’ family. However, when I found myself in a restaurant with a screaming one-year old, […]

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A Lesson on Perspective

When a child enters this world prematurely, life is turned upside down. Plans are thrown out the window, and uncertainty becomes the new norm. That is especially true when your child is born on the edge of viability. When it takes months until you spend more time at home with your child instead of in […]

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Target’s Sensory-Friendly Clothing Line

As if Target’s own Cat & Jack line couldn’t get any better, they are releasing a limited selection of sensory-friendly pieces for children with special needs. The pieces are based on the already cute and stylish line, but add a tagless design and flat seams that will feel comfy against kids’ skin. This is known […]

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How I Coped with My Child’s Unexpected Diagnosis

When my youngest son Ronin was born almost three years ago, we were thrilled to be adding a third boy to our crew!  Our 20-week ultrasound came back clear and healthy, and due to my age and previous typical pregnancies, the other tests were optional.  To my husband and me, the tests were just tests, […]

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