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Read January :: SDMB Book Club 2017 Updates

Hello everyone! By now, you may or may not have heard about our San Diego Moms Blog Book Club 2017! So, what exactly are we hoping to accomplish with this book club, and what are you expected to do? Background: Collectively dreamed up by two of the SDMB team members, plus myself, the SDMB book club was […]

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Happy Black Friday From San Diego Moms Blog!

  Happy Black Friday From San Diego Moms Blog! Black Friday. Oh, man. Those two words get me excited and scared all at the same time.  It’s the one day that gets everyone hyped up for the best deals possible for the holiday season.  Typically, it starts with that early morning midnight group gathering in long […]

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SDMB Whole30 Challenge Coming Soon: Let’s Make 2017 A Healthy One!

The holidays are fast approaching!  I can’t believe Thanksgiving is already here, and soon Christmas!  With my wee one just celebrating his first birthday, I’m so excited to be able to get a bit more festive this year since he’s more alert and just in awe of every single light we’ve come across while shopping.  […]

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Co-Parenting During the Holidays: Survive and Celebrate!

  Co-parenting is tough, but even more so during the holidays. Both parents want to have the kids on the “big” holidays, which means that someone ends up feeling short-changed. Who gets the kids for Thanksgiving? Who gets to wake up with the kids on Christmas morning to see what Santa brought for everyone? The co-parenting […]

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15 Date Ideas Under $15 :: San Diego Edition

Sometimes, you just need to get out and do something outside of your normal routine. After being with someone for awhile, my best advice is to try to learn something new about each other. It might help to set some off limit discussion topics on your date. Leave out talk about work, money and the kids to […]

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Having a Baby at 41 :: Beyond my Child Bearing Years

Having Children Early VS Having Children Later In recent news, celebrities and tv hosts are celebrating having children well beyond child bearing years. Take for example Janet Jackson, she is 50…yes FIFTY…and having a baby! Savannah Guthrie of the Today Show is 44 and having her second child! Even the beautiful Halle Berry had a […]

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Cold and Flu Season is HERE! Are you Ready to Battle the Bugs?

This is a sponsored post that contains affiliate links. It’s that time of year again! Cold & Flu Season is Upon Us! Everyone around you is sneezing and coughing, and eventually your little one catches the bug. Many parents don’t want to give their school-age kids overly potent cold/flu medicines. Infant/toddler parents have even fewer […]

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Postpartum Sex – Looking at Myself Through His Eyes

If you’re a mama, you know doctors recommend you abstain from sex for 6-8 weeks after you’ve just given birth. Question: Does everyone really wait? Four weeks post postpartum, I felt my sexiest. As a result, I had a voluminous bosom, a smaller waist and the new mama glow. How can anyone wait to have […]

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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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Honoring the Memory of Children Lost on Our “Forever Loved” Wall

This weeks marks Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day, on October 15th. Twenty five percent of pregnancies do not go full-term. We feel the loss of our babies, whether it’s marked on the calendar or not, but often it can feel as if you’re the only one remembering. Those little lives, however brief, made an impact. […]

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