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A Parent’s Guide for Volunteering at School

If you are active in your child’s school and are present, your children see that, they know you are interested in them and their day to day. You get the opportunity to spend a little extra time with your children, too! You have the opportunity to share with the classes, help out a teacher, and interact with other parents. My kids have always had awesome […]

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Sneaky Geeky: How I’m Trying to Raise the Next Generation of Nerds

Geek culture no longer exists only outside the mainstream, as witnessed by the huge success of movie franchises such as Lord of the Rings, the X-Men series, the Marvel movie franchise, the hugely profitable Star Trek movie series reboot, HBO’s Game of Thrones adaptation,  and the hotly anticipated Star Wars sequel. Add in the fact […]

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A Collection of Our Favorite Must Read Articles

Our Tampa Bay Moms Blog team photo by the ever talented Ashley Yvonne Photography. We are so fortunate to have an incredible team of writers at Tampa Bay Moms Blog. From stay-at-home-moms to teachers, photographers, authors, legal assistants, and everything in between, and with 55 kids collectively–from newborns to teenagers–our wide range of skills and […]

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How the Children’s Cancer Center is Making a Difference

It is an honor to spotlight the Children’s Cancer Center, a local non-profit organization dedicated to serving Tampa Bay families of children with cancer or chronic blood disorders. “When a child is diagnosed, the whole family is diagnosed,” explains Children’s Cancer Center C.O.O., Patty O’Leary. “Our mission is to provide these children and their families […]

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FREE: Adorable Back-to-School Signs for 2015!

In Pinellas, Pasco, and Hernando Counties, students go back to school on Monday, August 24. In Hillsborough County, school starts on Tuesday, August 25. Adorable first day of school pictures are such a great keepsake and can be fast and easy if you are prepared. To help make this easier, use our FREE Back-to-School Printables (for PreK, […]

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When Parents Live in Fear of Their Children (I’m Looking At You)

I’m not talking about Children of the Corn here (hopefully), but I think it’s safe to say that all parents live in fear of their kids to some degree. Yes, we all worry about them getting hurt or having their hearts broken; I’m not talking about that either. Sure, they’re cute and silly and funny and we […]

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