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Toddler

Cincinnati Toddler’s Blog: If Toddlers Could Read & Write

Yo, toddler! Are you between the ages of 12 to 36 months, living in the greater-Cincinnati area, looking for a trusted, local resource for all things toddler? Time for you to get informed by something other than the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Enter stage left — Cincinnati’s Toddler’s Blog.    Fake news alert! My toddler twins can’t read or […]

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CMB Faces of Cincinnati

Faces of Cincinnati: What to Wear with OUT + OUTFIT

Here at Cincinnati Moms Blog, we are huge fans of our city…and the lovely people who also call it home.  Our “Faces of Cincinnati” series will introduce you to some of these people! Since 2013, Katie, an NKY-native turned Buckeye resident, has been blogging about her social and fashion adventures around town online via her […]

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CMB A -Convenient- Meal

A “Convenient” Meal

I mean really convenient, like convenience-store, convenient.   I’m running home late from work, picked up the kids from preschool minutes before it closed, and my husband phones me to say he’s stuck in traffic and he’s been scanning the console for abandoned Goldfish crackers to eat in desperation. A chorus of grumbling stomachs crescendo in unison and you have absolutely nothing […]

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Cincinnati Moms Blog – Abroad in Sweden

Meet Abby, a CMB friend and Cincinnati native currently living outside of Malmo, Sweden with her husband, Mark and toddler, Bea (2). Read on as Abby talks about her family’s experience living abroad, including Swedish housing, bicycles, candy stores, naps, and food (not just meatballs!). Travelin’ Fam We (my husband, two year old and I) […]

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wild-fire-relief

Wildfire Relief – How to Help Locally

Raging wildfires in Eastern Tennessee earlier this week have consumed an estimated 15,000 acres in the Great Smoky Mountains and displaced more than 14,000 residents in the surrounding county. Many evacuees were forced to flee their homes without warning, unsure what they might return to, if anything. The news of the devastating fires instantly brought […]

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