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WCMB Bloom 2017 {Recap}

Thank you so much to our amazing sponsors for making Bloom: An Event for New and Expecting Moms possible! On Tuesday, May 9th, the Westchester County Moms Blog team, along with our title sponsor, Baby+Mom Fit, had the pleasure of hosting 50 new and expecting moms and their guests at the Budarz Theatre for Bloom. […]

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The Westchester Mom’s Guide to June

June is a busy time for families!  There are lots of end-of-school events and preparations for camp and family vacations.  Hopefully, you can fit in time for some of these family events occurring in Westchester County and the surrounding areas!  For more community events, please be sure to visit our events calendar on the Westchester County Mom’s […]

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Breastfeeding Is Hard (At Least It Is For Me).

There are a couple of myths about childbirth and child-rearing that I’ve found to be, well, myths. For example—I always thought my water was supposed to break in a torrent while dining at a restaurant, and would facilitate the need for my husband to shove his way through bystanders and run hollering into the ER […]

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Spotlight on Westchester: Rye

Nestled on the Sound, near the border of Greenwich, Connecticut, is the beautiful city of Rye.  Rye is a wonderful place to visit, but I may be biased.  I grew up in Rye and currently live within minutes of the city.  However, bias aside, Rye offers an elegance and charm that is second to none. […]

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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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