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15 Reasons Why You Should Go Grocery Shopping with Kids

Communication, greater awareness, and even compassion are some of the small lessons that children can learn at the grocery store. The grocery store is the perfect opportunity to spend some great time bonding with children while teaching them great life lessons. I’ve also written a post talking about how I have managed shopping with multiplesRead More

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A Review of Yoga Up in Dallas

A Review of Yoga Up in Dallas

The Happiest Place in Dallas: When I found Yoga Up, I found the happiest place in Dallas. Yoga Up Kids! You see it’s so often that I find myself getting stuck into the mundanity of life trying to keep my house in order, work, mind the kids and all the repetitive busy-ness that entails. IRead More

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OHIO to be more efficient with your time

OHIO to be more efficient with your time

I don’t have many “hates” but something that I do hate is wasted time!!! I’m always trying to be the most efficient with my time spent; trying to declutter, organize and save time. Therefore, as an extremely busy person, I’m always looking for ways to take away clutter and better organize my world in orderRead More

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Easy Superfood Snack That Kids Can Enjoy

Easy Superfood Snack That Kids Can Enjoy

Getting kids to eat healthy can sometimes be a challenge. I’m always trying to find easy, simple, healthy food for my kids to snack on. I especially like providing food that they can prepare themselves, or introduce a variety of food experience. Well,here is an easy superfood snack that kids can prepare, eat and enjoy!Read More

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Cheese Fondue Recipe

Cheese Fondue Recipe

It’s a wisemommies’s tradition to do fondue for New Year’s Eve. Stemming from a European tradition, where many have Raclette or Fondue for New Year’s Eve, we thought to also fondue into the new year, every year. Click here for that post!  How to make cheese fondue? The following recipe is also what the restaurantsRead More

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Trick-or-Treating, Kids and Food Allergies

Trick-or-Treating, Kids and Food Allergies

Have you heard of the Teal Pumpkin Project? It is a movement through FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education) to make trick-or-treating more enjoyable and safer for kids with food allergies, since most candy contains nuts, dairy and other ingredients which are red flags to kids with allergies. Instead of passing out candy, you passRead More

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Pumpkin Spice Latte Muffins

Pumpkin Spice Latte Muffins

Through trial and error of other recipes for pumpkin spice muffins, here is what I have created:A sort of pioneer woman, meets food network, and voilà my own recipe created from my impatience with following recipes. Oh, and I added the “latte” because I think that word makes everything sound better; I love coffee latteRead More

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Best Tip to Make Shopping with Kids Easier and Enjoyable

Best Tip to Make Shopping with Kids Easier and Enjoyable

Months ago, I published a post about shopping with multiples and what it looked like shopping with three kids two and under and how shopping and errand running with them had evolved over the years. The post was to help other twin moms but then I received a flood of questions and feedback from momsRead More

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Thoughts are Real

Thoughts are Real

Today is a wonderful guest post from Brandy McDonald, a friend and wise mother of two. Brandy is sharing about toxic thoughts; Thoughts are real. What you think about on a daily basis affects and shapes your reality. Your thought life also affects your emotional and physical well-being. There are good thoughts and there areRead More

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Teal Pumpkin Project

Teal Pumpkin Project

Have you heard of the Teal Pumpkin Project? It is a movement through FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education) to make trick-or-treating more enjoyable and safer for kids with allergies, since most candy contains nuts, dairy and other ingredients which are red flags to kids with allergies. Instead of passing out candy, you pass outRead More

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