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Soccer Mom Status – Approved {Sponsored by Post Consumer Brands}

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Post Consumer Brands, but as always, all thoughts expressed are 100% my own. I recently finished my daughter Kaialani’s (2) first season of soccer; and I can honestly say I am very excited to begin to instill in her an enthusiasm for soccer and sports! The health benefits from staying […]

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Bloom 2018 Recap :: An Event For New and Expecting Moms

  Once again this year, San Diego Moms Blog with City Moms Network hosted Bloom at Gymboree.  Upon entrance our guests had the opportunity to visit our SDMB photobooth with props, pick through a basket of extra swag and grab a bottle of water.  At check-in, our well deserving mama's and mama's to be received [...]
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Every Mother Counts – Honoring Mother’s Day

This post is sponsored by Every Mother Counts In honor of Mother’s Day, join us Saturday May 12th at 9:30am for a Champagne Brunch hosted by San Diego mom and Every Mother Counts supporter, Annie Murray, and partnered with the Postpartum Health Alliance of San Diego. Every Mother Counts is an organization dedicated to making pregnancy and child […]

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Your Guide to May Events San Diego 2018

  Who is ready for May? There are some exciting things happening around San Diego this month. We have listed below some events to help you plan your outings. If we are missing any, please let us know in the comments below! We strive to bring you a comprehensive resource of events every month so […]

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K Sandwiches: A Vietnamese Food Gem

After moving to San Diego about 11 years ago, I found myself on the hunt for Vietnamese foods.  I know you are thinking about pho (Vietnamese noodle soup), but I’m talking about snacks and sandwiches that many do not know about. I’ve tried many places, but they didn’t meet my expectations. Then I came across […]

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