It’s time to learn about our 2nd annual Bloom: An Event for New and Expecting Moms! Resources, fun, education and tons of fun takeaways makes Bloom a one of a kind event for pregnant moms, moms with babies under a year old and those looking to grow their family in the near future.
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Looking for Easter Egg Hunts? Check that round up out HERE! Autism and All Special Needs Expo April 1 Sharonville Convention Center 11355 Chester Road, Sharonville, OH 45246 10am-4pm FREE More than 70 organizations with tables set up to hand out free information on autism and special needs. Free breakout sessions, free children’s activities. Family […]
Easter is almost here and there is no better way to celebrate the arrival of Spring than getting outside to hunt for eggs!
As parents of a preteen, my husband and I are well acquainted with middle school drama. We’ve seen enough tears shed without cause, inexplicable mood swings, and major meltdowns over minor issues to render us experts of sorts in the fine art of distinguishing a non-issue from a legitimate concern. So when our daughter began […]
I am part of two clubs that pregnant and new mothers don’t ever wish to join: the long-first-labor club and the postpartum depression club. My husband and I did 54 hours of labor, mostly alone. Afterward, I developed postpartum depression, which was also very isolating. During those challenging days and then subsequent challenging months, I know […]
I had a long exhausting day with my boys shopping for items for our new house. The boys weren’t necessarily behaving badly, but they were at the point of being done. They had been arguing with each other, they had been making a slight spectacle of themselves in the store, and they were just being loud. […]
This post is part of a sponsored partnership with Whole Foods Market, however we would not partner with a business we did not feel brought value to our readers. The Cincinnati Moms Blog team enjoys shopping at Whole Foods Market and loves sharing helpful ideas with our snack-loving readers. It is March and as a […]
We all know that kids have the tendency to speak their minds unfiltered. We call it that “childlike innocence.” However, when does it cross the line from honest observation into meanness? Most of the things we hear children “observe” is because they are learning that others look different from themselves or from their own […]
If you are one of the lucky ones with a Spring Break vacation booked, you can stop reading now. For the rest of us, Spring Break looms as long days with no school and few ideas. You and your family need a change of scenery after a long winter. Here are some “outside the box” […]
When it comes to parenting, there are so many things people just don’t agree on. But one universal truth is that time spent outdoors is vital to the health and development of children. In today’s modern world with shorter recess and more technology, it can be a challenge to raise a nature lover. That’s why […]