Author Archive | Tara Limoco

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When I Can’t Be Everywhere: Kate’s Plate

This post is part of a sponsored relationship, however, all opinions expressed are genuine. We are thrilled to be able to support this growing local small business.I was finally taking my dog on a much-needed Sunday afternoon walk around the neighborhood. As we enjoyed the fresh air and quiet, I began to mentally scroll through […]

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Homeschool to High School: What We Learned

When my oldest finished fifth grade, we decided to homeschool. I was frustrated with a long list of issues at school, and homeschooling offered so many perks. I was excited about having more time with my kids, customizing curriculum to their needs, moving at our own pace, and having more freedom in our days. Homeschooling […]

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An Old-Fashioned Summer

I looooooooove vacation. More to the point, I love travel. Ocean breezes soothe my stressed out mind. Exploring a new city lifts up my spirit. A long drive laid out on a road ahead of me makes me practically giddy with anticipation. Unfortunately, between scheduling conflicts with the kids’ activities and some unexpected bumps in […]

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Free and Cheap Summer Movies in Cincinnati 2018

Summer in Cincinnati offers an endless array of outdoor fun–pools and splash pads, playgrounds and parks, amusement parks and our amazing zoo. But what happens when it’s rainy or you are just too hot and tired to enjoy more fun in the sun? Well, Cincinnati has a huge selection of cheap and FREE summer movie programs […]

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A First Period Kit for My Daughter

As you read this, my daughter is T-minus one month from turning eleven. Which is ONE SHORT YEAR from twelve, which is the average age for a girl to experience menarche, more commonly known as GETTING HER FIRST PERIOD. ACKKKK!!! Panic much? Who, me? Never. You can review my completely calm and non-panicked thought about […]

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You Can’t Make Me!

“YOU CAN’T MAKE ME!” It isn’t just something over-stimulated three-year-olds scream at their beleaguered mothers. If you’ve ever heard those words, or just experienced the dawning realization that your child has adopted this attitude, you know how frustrating it can be. The worst part? He’s right. You can’t make him. Before he could even talk, […]

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