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A Madison Mom’s Guide to October 2016

If you are looking for a guide to keep you and your family entertained, we have got you covered! We’ve started a monthly events guide to be sure you don’t miss a thing happening around Madison. Here are the September “need to know” activities. Further happenings, such as library events, open play/jump/swim, and ongoing Madison Children’s […]

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A Madison Mom’s Guide to September 2016

If you are looking for a guide to keep you and your family entertained, we have got you covered! We’ve started a monthly events guide to be sure you don’t miss a thing happening around Madison. Here are the September “need to know” activities. Further happenings, such as library events, open play/jump/swim, and ongoing Madison Children’s […]

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To My Son as He Starts Middle School

  To My Son, You may only be ten years old, but in a few short weeks you will begin middle school. You are so excited and for that I am grateful. I feel like maybe I should be more scared, but instead I am just overcome with pride at what an amazing boy you have […]

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Celebrating National Beef Month

**This is a sponsored post. All opinions are our own. We are excited to team up with the Beef Council in honor of National Beef Month! Beef cattle production is one of the strongest agricultural industries within the United States and throughout the world. Beef has 8 times more vitamin B12, 6 times more zinc and 2.5 times […]

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A Madison Mom’s Guide to May 2016

If you are looking for a guide to keep you and your family entertained, we have got you covered! We’ve started a monthly events guide to be sure you don’t miss a thing happening around Madison. Here are May’s “need to know” activities. Further happenings, such as library story times, open play/jump/swim, and ongoing Madison […]

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In Defense of the Silly Kid

When kids are very small they typically spend a lot of time acting silly. We see it as a good thing, a marker of a happy child. We laugh when they make silly faces, giggle as they screech while chasing around their friends, and love telling them just how silly they are. Then one day […]

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