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National Fossil Day!: San Diego’s Most Unique/Popular Spots for Discovering Our Past

Mammoths, Dinos, and Shells – Oh My!    Happy National Fossil Day!  Oh, wait, did we miss it?!  Oh, the shame! It’s OK. Not a lot of people had this on their radar, (October 12th, 2016) and I don’t blame them.  Outside of an archaeologist, who really gets excited over fossils?  By the way, don’t […]

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Top 10 Halloween Books for Children

 The Halloween season is such a fun time of year for children and adults alike with visiting pumpkin patches, picking out costumes, and putting up decorations to celebrate the holiday. In our neighborhood, multiple neighbors have decorated their homes with great effort including spooky sound effects, spider webs, ghosts, graveyards, and more.   One of […]

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Spaghetti Tacos and 20 Ideas for a Carefree Childhood

Last night, my 10 year old ran into my bedroom to share an exciting idea. “Mom”, he began with anticipation, “I really want spaghetti tacos for dinner this week!” My initial thought was: Absolutely NOT! My second thought was: Where in the world did you get such an unhealthy idea?! Then, I remembered the awesome (crazy!) […]

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Christmas

Christmas In July! {Future Event Announcements for SDMB}

We have been working our tails off planning events for our readers, and are excited to announce what San Diego Moms Blog has in the works for the rest of the year!   The first event to unveil, will be our inagural MOM PROM! We are excited to announce that we are having it at an exclusive location […]

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The Right Way to DIY Tin Can Lanterns

The Right Way To DIY Tin Can Lanterns

  It’s almost the season of backyard bbqs, bonfires, and fireworks, so I thought it would be a perfect time to share! This little diy tin can lantern project was done for just that occasion! And hey, if you aren’t recycling them, you might as well reuse them, right?! I had done this project for my […]

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