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Oatmeal Bites

There are a million things you can make with bananas but this is probably my new favorite. These oatmeal bites are quick, easy and perfect for on-the-go snacks. These are also gluten-free, nut-free, and toddler and husband approved. My once-a-good-eater is now two and has extreme opinions about food. Every week, and let’s be honest, […]

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Westchester County Moms Blog, Gift Guide to Holiday Gifting Parties

A Westchester Mom’s Guide to Holiday Gifting Parties

Bring on the merrymaking, decorations, music, parties, and shopping! Fa, la, la, – wait, shopping?! Strolling, latte in hand, casually ogling wonderfully curated holiday displays enjoying the festive music in the background to select gifts I secretly want too. Consequently, managing two businesses plus my family leaves little to no time for the type of […]

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Be a Thrifty Food Shopper

You are not alone when it seems like you spend a small fortune with every trip to the supermarket. Good food for you and your family is a good investment towards good health. By eating well today and teaching your family to make good food choices, will keep everyone healthier. Making lists, checking store flyers […]

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The Worst Four Letter Word: LICE

One Mom’s Harrowing Journey To A Bug Free Head A few months ago I sat watching a Disney film for the millionth time with my daughters and noticed my little one scratching a lot.  “Dry scalp,” I thought.  More scratching. “Man, she needs a shower.” More scratching.  Little did I know that the scratching was […]

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After The Loss: Some Game Pointers On Reassuring From The Sidelines

  When the buzzer sounds to indicate the game is over, parents finish their conversations in the bleachers, slowly rising to greet their child on the court. “Great playing. Good game” come the chants from the winning side. And from the defeated team, parents encouragingly say, “You’ll get ‘em next time. Don’t worry about it.” […]

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