Bring On The Toys! The Biggest Day of Holiday Play Made Us Feel Like Kids Again #TBTBholiday

The holiday season was in full swing last Saturday at Manhattan’s Yotel in New York City. Bloggers and their families weathered the cold rainy day and came out to have a little fun at The Big Toy Book’s “The Biggest Day of Holiday Play” event. The party hosted by ToyInsiderMom Laurie Schacht had something for […]

December 12, 2012

Beauty, Blogging, Education, Entertainment, Parenting, Social Media, Toys

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Family Date Night Out Twitter Party RSVP #KidsLiveWell

The holidays  are approaching and you have less time and much more to do. To get the quality time you need, plan a  family date night out.  The Kids LiveWell program lets you relax knowing  you can easily find healthier choices when eating away from home. Join us on Thursday November 15 at 8pm ET with […]

November 7, 2012

Education, Entertainment, Food, Giveaways, Parenting

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Are Your Friends Worth Keeping?

Look at your Facebook page, do you have hundreds, maybe thousands of “friends”? What about Twitter, Instagram, BlogFrog, and all the other networks, how many total follows and friends do you have? Social media has opened a whole new world of friends. We constantly build relationships every day. Your mother used to tell you, “You […]

September 13, 2012

Blogging, Business, Education, Parenting, Relationship, Social Media

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Peanuts Deluxe Holiday Edition DVDs #Giveaway #WinWednesday

I can’t believe September is right around the corner. The holidays will be here before you know it. Many families have holiday traditions, some shop together, go to festivals together, and watch movies together, to name a few. We also have many traditions and watching holiday movies starts in October with Peanuts, It’s The Great […]

August 29, 2012

Entertainment, Fun Kid Stories, Giveaways

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Migraines – The Truth About Home Remedies and Medicines

I have been suffering with migraines since I was twenty five, I’m now forty three so you do the math. One migraine is too many if you ask me. A migraine takes away many hours and sometimes days out of your life. A migraine can come quickly and it basically feels like someone is stabbing […]

August 22, 2012

Beauty, Education, Food, Parenting

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Tips on Creating Your Own Family Game Night

The members in my family are natural born competitors. Whether it’s a board game or playing Wii against each other, no one wants to lose. But since we all can’t be winners, there is always some sort of debacle at our house on Family Game Night. This summer we have been trying  to have Family […]

August 10, 2012

Blogging, Entertainment, Parenting, Relationship

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At What Age Should You Begin to Make a Big Deal About Your Child’s Birthday?

  Back on July 19th, my daughter, Savannah turned two years old. Leading up to her birthday, both family and friends kept asking when and where we were having her birthday party. In addition, they asked what I would be having at the party – pony rides, moon bounce, face painting, etc. As I sat […]

August 6, 2012

Entertainment, Food, Parenting

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Fun, Safe, Inexpensive Tips For A Day At The Beach

Spending a day at the beach is a great fun activity for families. It’s cheap and there’s plenty to do all day. Follow these simple guidelines and your day will be memorable, cheap, and safe! Save money by packing a lunch– Make sandwiches at home and pack them in a cooler. Fruit is always refreshing […]

July 25, 2012

Entertainment, Finance, Parenting, Travel

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Why You Should Unplug

Social media has opened up many doors of opportunities for all of us. When moms make the choice to stay home, they now have a way to stay in the work force. College students can take their ideas from paper to the web without needing a ton of cash to start a business. If your […]

July 10, 2012

Blogging, Education, Parenting, Social Media

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David Arquette and EcoMom Fight Childhood Hunger #It’sAllGood Campaign

Did you know that David Arquette & Ecomom.com are partnering in a major way to help fight child hunger in the US?  Although most people associate hunger with 3rd world countries or the homeless, many working US families struggle knowing where their next meal will come from.  In many ways America is the land of plenty […]

June 5, 2012

Entertainment, Food, Parenting, Social Media

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