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Torticollis

Torticollis: To helmet or not helmet; that is the question

At our daughter’s 2-month check up, our doctor told us, “Your daughter has Torticollis.”  “Torti-what????” What is this unpronounceable medical term and why have I never heard of it before. What is Torticollis? I don’t live under a rock. I’m well informed. I read mommy blogs. And none of those “you’re having a baby” books […]

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Summer Reading

Summer Reading Programs that Will Get Your Kid to Read

I have two daughters. One daughter loves to read. She can read for hours and never get bored. She takes after her mom. I have to beg my other daughter to read. Much like her dad, she just doesn’t seem interested in reading.  Summer Reading Programs were started for kids just like her. They encourage […]

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high school graduate

Reflections on a High School Graduate and the Journey Ahead

Adorned in cap and gown, the small blonde kid we’ve grown into a man walks across the stage and into the next steps towards adulthood next week. He will toss his cap in the air and officially be a high school graduate. One long chapter filled with lessons, tests, homework, and school projects on giant […]

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Confessions of an Accidental Homeroom Mom_ _ What Are You Saying Yes To_ (1)

Confessions of an Accidental Homeroom Mom: What Are You Saying Yes To?

I made sure we arrived ridiculously early during open house for my son’s kindergarten. This was partially because I was nervous but also because we had a lot to do. We set about putting all the supplies where the teacher wanted them. Then, did a mountain of paperwork. Followed by our wonderful teacher speaking to […]

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Tampa Bay Moms Blog Celebrate National Library Week

Beyond Books: Celebrating National Library Week in Tampa Bay

It’s National Library Week! Did you know that was a thing? Neither did I, but now that we know, let’s write the book on National Library Week in Tampa Bay! “Libraries Lead” National Library Week marks its 60th anniversary April 8-14, 2018, with the theme “Libraries Lead.” Seems like a fitting tribute to a place […]

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