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Why We Write: Tampa Bay Moms Blog Contributors

Writing is different for each person. We each have reasons for why we write. We would like to share a few of those reasons with you here.  My life is currently all about the ABCs and potty training. While I wouldn’t have it any other way, I enjoy having something that’s mine. Being able to […]

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Mom Penalty

The Mom Penalty: When Opportunity Knocks and You Can’t Answer

When Opportunity Knocks and You Can’t Answer Opportunity knocks. Unexpectedly. Excitement, fear and anxiety rise up from deep within my belly. Decisions, life-changing ones, must be made, quickly. My brain is like a tug-of-war. One side, the career woman pulls hard on the rope. “Opportunity doesn’t happen often. Think of the career growth.” The other […]

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How the #MeToo Movement Hits Home for Tampa Bay Moms

How #MeToo Hits Home for Tampa Bay Moms

As a resource for Tampa Bay Moms, we at TBMB felt that it was important to address an issue that’s been magnified recently, sexual harassment. While Hollywood has given a voice to the epidemic with the #MeToo movement, #TimesUp campaign and now the #ThatsHarassment initiative, we know that these issues aren’t exclusive to celebrities. We recently […]

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The Big Hug in St. Petersburg on Global Big Hug Day

The Big Hug in St. Petersburg on Global Big Hug Day

With all the recent natural disasters and bad things making news, a group of kids from Tampa Bay want to give the world a big hug. After all, hugs make you feel better! The group of 1st – 6th graders are going after the world record for the largest group hug tomorrow, National Hugging Day. […]

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Tips for Keeping Children Safe During the Holiday Season

This article is brought to us by our partners at The Children’s Board of Hillsborough County. Learn tips to prevent the top three causes of preventable child deaths in Tampa Bay and share them with family and caregivers. By Kelley Parris, Executive Director, The Children’s Board of Hillsborough County In the Tampa Bay area, nearly 200 children […]

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