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Oh, The Places You’ll Go (With A MOSI Membership)

Last summer, I had the brilliant idea of purchasing a Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) Explorer Membership under the auspices of learning about science with my toddler. Truthfully, I got it to beat the heat on a 90+ degree day. Combine the hot weather with the need to get out with my then 3-year-old […]

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Make the Hospital Less Scary with the UnMonsters App

Sponsored By: St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital As an adult, going to the hospital can be a scary experience. But imagine being a child who is unfamiliar with a hospital setting – all you see are large machines and equipment, rooms full of people you don’t know, and doctors walking everywhere in masks. Sounds even scarier, doesn’t it? […]

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Crushing Chores with Landra

Stop the crazy cycle of complaints and frustration over chores with the Landra and Mothershp apps! Tampa Bay Moms Blog had the opportunity to participate in the review of a new set of family-centric apps from FamilyTech. Until last week, FamilyTech was the brains behind ChoreMonster, an app that allows families with children between the ages […]

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Why I am Okay With Screen-Time

We love the screens in our house – large, small, hand-held, whatever! We do have limits and boundaries – too much of anything is usually not good. But we also feel technology (TV’s, iPods, phones, computers, etc.) has it’s place in our home and in our family. It allows us to do something as a […]

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Tech Camps for Kids to Teens

Summer is a time for relaxation and exploration. Kids can get outdoors and play. For budding scientists, future game designers and math enthusiasts, there are many fun summer programs to nurture these passions. Even though summer is many months away, some camps are already taking registrations.   Do you have a future Einstein, Marie Curie, […]

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