The Parenting Toolkit – A Valuable Developmental Resource

The Parenting Toolkit was produced by the NBC News Education Nation team as part of an education initiative to empower parents. Education Nation aims to engage citizens in a solutions-focused conversation about the state of education in the United States. The initiative was launched in the fall of 2010 and continues to be a key […]

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Back to School Breakfasts

It’s almost time to send our children back to school, preschool, playgroups or other activities. The days have begun to get shorter and soon the early morning wake-up times will be before the sunrise. My girls are not exactly what you would call “morning people”. They need their time to slowly wake-up, get dressed, complain […]

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Younique Online Party!

By now most of you have probably heard of Younique, but if you haven’t yet – I am excited to reveal to you the best mascara I have ever tried! I had seen it in my Facebook newsfeed a handful of times and was pretty intrigued by the pictures people were posting of what their […]

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Upcoming Weekend Events (August 29, 30, 31)

FRIDAY Madison Parks Moonlight Movie: Bugs Bunny Roadrunner Friday: 8:00 pm Location: Hiestand Park, 4302 Milwaukee Street Description: Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie is a compilation of classic Warner Brothers cartoon shorts with animated sequences, all hosted by Bugs Bunny himself. The movie will begin rolling promptly at 8:00 pm on an inflatable movie screen. Guests are encouraged to […]

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Back to School Weather Information

As summer winds down, moms are thinking about back to school. Of course, summer’s end also means a change in the weather here in Wisconsin. When dressing your kids for school or activities, where do you get your weather information? There are so many sources for weather these days – thankfully, the days of the […]

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The Glo Run – Madison!

The Glo Run is coming to Madison with black lights and lasers and unicorns… OH MY! Let the excitement begin! You will travel 3.1 miles (5k) through a Dreamworld of lights and sound. Dreamworld? Oh yeah… You will fluoresce through a giant one hundred foot long ‘Glo Worm’, an on course laser light show, a herd […]

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Making Travel Memorable

Last summer, I wrote about travel with my son. Here’s my next installment. He’s a year older and getting more fun to travel with. We started our summer with a two-week vacation to France which was memorable for all of us. Making travel memorable for a kid can be tough. As adults we take pictures, […]

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Summer Can Stay…

I am likely one of the few people making a bonfire with the 1000′s of back to school catalogs I have received and begging summer to stay.  I am going to come right out and say it… “I am not ready for back to school and I don’t want summer to end!” Whew, I feel better. I […]

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Upcoming Weekend Events {August 22, 23, 24}

Friday Geek.Kon Friday-Sunday: 8/22-8/24 Location: Marriott-West, 1313 John Q. Hammons Dr.. Middleton Description: Geek.Kon offers fans of many genres a fun, safe environment to enjoy, share, and indulge in their fandoms while learning about and participating in others easily. Geek.Kon offers large spaces for tabletop and video gaming, cosplay, panels, a dealer’s hall, a rock […]

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Try Something New!

Can you name one thing that you have done for the first time recently? This was a question that was proposed at our daily huddle at work and I was completely stumped. I couldn’t think of one thing that I had done for the first time in recent months. Let’s see… I gave birth, breastfed, […]

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