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Event Recap: Spring Eggstravaganza 2018

TBMB was ecstatic to bring in the spring season with our annual Spring Eggstravaganza 2018 at Westfield Citrus Park on Saturday, March 10th, 2018 from 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. Our event let families take pictures with the Easter Bunny while enjoying breakfast and some springtime crafts. Not to mention the Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt that was fun […]

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Photo Series: The Way We Are

In June 2017, I officially decided to became a stay at home mom. The month before we welcomed our second child into our family and in that short time frame I knew I wanted to spend more time with both my children. Whether it was making sandwiches, building blocks with my son, teaching my daughter […]

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FLVS: Tips for Online Learning

This article is brought to us by guest blogger Suzan Kurdak. Suzan is a published author, blogger, and communication specialist who joined Florida Virtual School in 2011. She is passionate about boosting and encouraging others to live life to their fullest potential. This post is sponsored by our partners at Florida Virtual School. Once you […]

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Kid-Friendly (and Kid-Free) Guide To New Year’s Eve in Tampa Bay

Happy 2018! While you polish those resolutions and get ready to make the most of the year ahead, let’s send the old year out with a bang! From kid-free to kid-friendly, here’s a look at things to do on New Year’s Eve in Tampa Bay. Date Night If your idea of New Year’s Eve is […]

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Event Recap: Holiday Bazaar 2017

TBMB was excited to bring in the holidays this year by hosting our 1st Annual Holiday Bazaar event at the Bob Sierra Family YMCA on Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. Our Holiday Bazaar let Tampa Bay families skip the mall lines and come out for a special one-on-one meet and greet with Santa–including photos […]

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FLVS Helping Florida Homeschool Students Succeed

This article is brought to us by guest blogger Suzan Kurdak. Susan is a published author, blogger, and communication specialist who joined Florida Virtual School in 2011. She is passionate about boosting and encouraging others to live life to their fullest potential. This post is sponsored by our partners at Florida Virtual School. It’s a […]

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2017 Holiday Light Displays and Tree Lightings

2017 Guide to Holiday Light Displays and Tree Lightings in Tampa Bay

Holiday Light Displays Wonderland of Lights | November 23rd – December 30 | 6-9pm or 6-10pm Check schedule for closings and specific times per night. Hillsborough County Fairgrounds, 215 Sydney Washer Road, Dover A 1-mile drive-through light show with more than 100 scenes. It ends with a walk to Santa’s Village including pony and camel rides, face […]

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2017 Guide to Holiday Events and Shows in Tampa Bay

2017 Guide to Holiday Events and Shows in Tampa Bay

Holiday Events Winter Village | November 17, 2017 – January 5, 2018 | Curtis Hixon Park, Downtown Tampa Go skating on a real ice rink, see holiday movies on the lawn on select Fridays and Saturdays, take holiday streetcar rides, visit the Winter Village Shops and Cafe at Winter Village, see the City of Tampa […]

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A Guide to Photos with Santa Claus in the Tampa Bay Area

A Guide to Photos with Santa Claus in the Tampa Bay Area

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Santa Claus travels to the Tampa Bay area to enjoy our beautiful weather and visit children. My son is finally at the age where he can truly appreciate this magical season. There are so many places to take pictures with Santa but don’t feel overwhelmed. If you […]

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Enter the Warrior Course- New Attractions Elevate Fun at Sky Zone Tampa

We don’t have to tell you that life can be hectic at times. Kids have to be out the door at 7 am and in the drop off line before 7:30 am. Work is an endless flow of meetings, reports, and metrics. Culminating in a seemingly endless commute home, homework of all types, dinner, and […]

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