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Plan Your Week | March 30 – April 5

Monday Madison Swim Academy – 9am – 11am Otter Babies Open Swim & Play Madison Public Library, Hawthorne Branch – 9:30am – 10:15am and 10:30am – 11:15am Toddler Time Verona Public Library – 10:30am Preschool Storytime  Verona Public Library – 9:30 Everybody Storytime Madison School and Community Recreation – 9:30am – 11am Parent/Child Playtime Sun […]

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1st Annual Spring Eggstravaganza | Re-cap

We celebrated our 1st Annual Spring Eggstravaganza on Saturday, March 21st at The Princeton Club on the west side of Madison! We had an amazing turnout of local families who came out for a morning of family-friendly fun. The event was sponsored by Madison Moms Blog, Crestwood Auto Clinic and Liberty Mutual Insurance and offered up healthy snacks, coffee & […]

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Kids Express :: Summer on the Farm | Sponsored

Kids Express Learning Center is now registering for “Summer on the Farm” 2015! Summer on the Farm is a wonderful time for children of all ages (starting at just 6 weeks old!). Kids Express Learning Center’s campus offers several shady playgrounds, a tennis court, golf green, and ten acres of grass just waiting to welcome children for loads […]

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Sandwich Sushi

The Sandwich…an important part of American cuisine. So many possibilities and yet they can get a little mundane and repetitive. How about sprucing that sandwich up by turning it into sushi?!  My kids love sandwich sushi – I can almost put anything in it and they’ll think its amazing. Maybe it’s the round, bite sized […]

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National Walking Day

National Walking Day is April 1st and the American Heart Association wants you to get up and get moving. On this day, Wisconsinites are encouraged to lace up their sneakers and take 30 minutes out of their day to get up and walk. Adults need 30 minutes of exercise, five days per week and kids […]

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Our Domestic Adoption Journey – Part 1

I wish I would have seen more stories and heard more advice before we started our adoption journey in September, 2009. While it doesn’t define me, or the relationships I have with my kids, it is how God chose to make me a Mom and one I’m thankful for everyday.  And honestly, even after all of […]

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Tips on Road Tripping With a Toddler

As spring break and summer is thankfully getting closer (wahoo!!) some of you may be starting to think about family vacations.  We are heading to Florida in a couple of weeks and for multiple reasons we are driving there which can be daunting to think about it.  But just last year we had done a […]

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Plan Your Week | March 23 – 29

Monday Madison Swim Academy – 9am – 11am Otter Babies Open Swim & Play Madison Public Library, Hawthorne Branch – 9:30am – 10:15am and 10:30am – 11:15am Toddler Time Verona Public Library – 10:30am Preschool Storytime  Verona Public Library – 9:30 Everybody Storytime KEVA Sports Center – 9:30am – 1pm Open Play Madison School and […]

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Winter waterparking

In Wisconsin, February is the worst month. In November and December, holiday cheer can temper the snow and frigid temperatures. January rides on the coattails of those months. But February gives the promise of spring with the dreary weather of winter. Kids and parents alike get squirrely. Cabin fever peaks. Enter my newfound solution – […]

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Kids’ Healthcare: 6 Lessons I’ve Learned

When my first son was six months old, he was diagnosed with multiple serious food allergies. You’d think I would have been devastated by the news, knowing that we were suddenly looking at (potentially) a lifetime of food alternatives and allergy response plans and Epi-pens. But mostly, I remember feeling one thing: relief. Relief to […]

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Carrot Cake Breakfast Muffins

  This recipe is so easy it’s almost unfair how delicious it tastes. Carrot cake that has only a few ingredients, is crazy-healthy and makes the perfect breakfast. A yummy way to eat veggies for breakfast. Bonus, kid’s love helping make this recipe! Carrot Cake Breakfast Muffins Ingredients: 1 large Carrot, washed and pealed 1 1/2 […]

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