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The 5 Stages

The 5 Stages of Posting on a Neighborhood Facebook Page

As far as I can tell, neighborhood Facebook pages are all the rage right now. Searching Facebook, there are endless combinations for south metro Denver, where we live – including the one I belong to, which has over 23,000 members. There’s also the Nextdoor app, which is popular now, as well – but there are […]

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Wearable Tracker

What Happened When We Got Our Son A Wearable Tracker

With three boys spanning 14 years, it’s not hard to believe our youngest thinks he’s older than his actual years. And truth be told, in many ways, that’s true. Not older, like his big brother who is an old soul, but a strong-willed, independent guy. A guy who wants to ride his bike and be […]

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Tips on Keeping Kids Safe Online

A Social Media Pro’s Tips on Keeping Kids Safe Online

I am a mom of five kids ranging in age from 3 to 17. I am a foster mom, a homeschooling mom, a stay-at-home mom, a work from home mom, a mommy blogger. Lots of mom titles. It makes me tired just thinking about all of my mom duties sometimes. And we’re ALL busy! I […]

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Help Your Child Succeed in School with this Technique

We are so thankful for our sponsors at IXL for providing this great information so that we are able to help our children grow and succeed in school! What matters more when it comes to achieving success? Being naturally good at something, or believing that you can succeed? It may just be the latter. “Growth mindset” is the […]

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IXL online learning program

How To Make Learning FUN!

We are so thankful for our sponsors at IXL for providing this great opportunity to experience and review their online learning program! Ah, homework, how I’ve missed you. NOT! I don’t know about you mommas, but homework is my least favorite thing about school starting back up. Getting my kiddos to do something brain stimulating after they have […]

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Summer Camp Guide 2016 | Denver Metro Moms Blog

A Mom’s Guide to Denver Summer Camps 2016

Does summer both excite and terrify you?  You’ve spent the last 9-months mastering the art of getting your kids to school “on time” (nothing happens in the first 10 minutes anyway!) and now the year is winding down and you’re about to embark on 3-months of seemingly endless down time.  Cue the ominous music.  I’m a SAHM […]

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Smart-Phone Photography Tips for On-the-Go Moms

Except for a few holdouts, it seems that just about everybody has a smart phone these days.  I’m an extremely loyal iPhone user.  I love all that it can do!  Outside of the mapping applications, which are a lifesaver for someone like myself, my favorite feature is the camera.  Even though I’m a professional photographer, […]

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5 Unexpected things at the library

Five Unexpected Things We Discovered at the Library

My son and I have spent many an hour at the local library over the last several years. We mainly visited Arapahoe Library District branches, and in the process of searching for every book ever written about science and critters, we stumbled across some great resources. In honor of National Library week “Unlimited possibilities @ […]

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