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Apple Picking in Wichita

Wichita Orchards (Apple, Peach & Pear Picking)

YOU-PICK ORCHARDS IN WICHITA apple picking :: peach picking :: pear picking One our favorite fall family bucket list activities is apple picking in Wichita (and the surrounding areas)! We've compiled a list of You-Pick orchards in Wichita (and a few that offer pre-picked produce) for fruit lovers of all ages. Depending on the season, you [...]
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6 Instagram Features That Will Make Your Life Easier

#1 – Multiple User Accounts  Instagram now offers multiple users! You can create as many personal or business accounts as you want, and easily flip back and forth between all of them! Setting up separate accounts with different security settings allows you to gain full use of all Instagram has to offer while controlling your privacy. You […]

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10 Things I Couldn’t Thank My Dad for Until I Became A Mom

Dear Dad, Have I said “thank you” enough times in the last 35 years? Maybe for the obvious stuff…birthday gifts, famiy dinners, free babysitting…but I don’t remember thanking you for these 10 things that ended up being really important: thank my dad #1 – Thank you for making us drive everywhere on vacations. One of life’s earliest lessons in […]

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To Our New Pledge Class on Your First Mother’s Day

Dear Pledges, CONGRATULATIONS on surviving the recruitment process! For some of you, this was an incredibly arduous journey – miscarriage, adoption, IVF, surrogacy – and you fought hard for your spot here at Mu Omicron Mu (MOM). You accepted your bids gladly, and we are excited to have you! For others, the shock may not […]

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hospital vs. home birth

If You Can’t Tell the Difference, Why Should I?

Most of us start making plans the moment we find out we’re pregnant. We scare the snot out of our hormonal selves searching for the birth experience, sleep method and feeding philosophies that are least likely to ruin our child. Hospital vs. home birth? Breast or bottle? Attachment Parenting or Babywise? Everyone guarantees that their method […]

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Death to Daylight Saving Time

You’ve spent the last few months implementing every sleep training strategy you could find in books and on the internet. You’ve bribed your kids to go to bed and purchased special alarm clocks that indicate the exact moment they can get break out of their Pottery Barn prisons overflowing with toys, coordinated bedding, and educational books. But now looming […]

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Fuller House, Fuller Hearts :: Why We Can't NOT Watch | Wichita Moms Blog

Fuller House, Fuller Hearts :: Why We Can’t NOT Watch

“Whatever happened to predictability? The milkman, the paperboy, evening TV? You miss your old familiar friends waiting just around the bend…” We didn’t understand as elementary school students in the 80s and 90s, but it makes perfect sense to us now. The milkman, the paperboy, and evening TV? They’ve morphed into organic almond milk, online news […]

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Guide to Kid-Friendly Spring Break Activities in Wichita

Are you ready for Spring Break? We know your kids are! Whether you need a week-long camp to keep them busy or just a few fun family activities to keep you sane, this list will tell you where to go. From art and nature to sports and movies, there are tons of kid-friendly Spring Break activities […]

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Where to Get A Sugar High in Wichita :: Top 10 Favorite Sweet Spots

Somewhere along the line, flowers and chocolate became the token gifts of love. Birthdays, anniversaries, Valentine’s Day – even “just because” – there’s always a good reason to give the gift of of sugar! Sure, you can pick it up at any big box retailer or corner drug store, but if you want to give your sweetie […]

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5 books for foodies

5 {Non-Cookbook} Books for Foodies

“Foodies” adore everything related to eating and drinking: Talking about it. Writing about it. Reading about it. We love looking at photographs, hearing stories, and uncovering delicious new recipes. We plan our vacations around restaurants and vineyards, skipping souvenirs and splurging on our tastebuds – and we use food to celebrate success, grieve loss, and […]

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The “Rude” Behavior I’m Teaching My Kids {Sexual Abuse Prevention}

My kids are being raised in an extremely affectionate family. We exchange hugs and kisses 24/7; we have secret family handshakes and our own family vernacular. But my babies are growing up, and they’ve reached an age that necessitates difficult conversations about how not every touch from an adult or a “friend” is always innocent. They don’t […]

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