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Easter Activities for the Last Minute Mom

Easter Activities for Last Minute Moms

I can’t be the only one who always has grand plans of holiday themed activities and crafts for my kids and then, whoops, the holiday has passed and it never happened. I don’t know if it’s the former preschool teacher in me or what, but from the time my first daughter was born I felt […]

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No Housework Day

No Housework Day (It’s a Thing!)

Thanks to social media, my life is just one constant celebration. That’s because apparently there is a day for everything. Do you love coffee? International Coffee Day is for you. How about ice cream? You’re in luck, because International Ice Cream Day has been around since President Reagan made it a thing in 1984. And if, like me, you have […]

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Swim Team in Wichita

Take the Plunge! Summer Swim Team in Wichita

It might be Spring but it’s not too early to start planning for Summer! For the last ten years, our summers have centered on summer swim teams, and I look forward to the start of the season all year long. Are your kids considering a summer swim team this year? Here are a few tips […]

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Egg Hunt Wichita Boostable

Spring Family Egg Hunt Event Invitation

We are beyond thrilled to announce our third family event, a Spring Family Egg Hunt event brought to you by Smith Orthodontics and Primrose School of Wichita East and West.  This family-friendly event will feature food, fun activities and lots of free goodies! Don't miss the ULTIMATE egg hunt in the ICT.  EVENT DATE :: Saturday, April [...]
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Spring Break Activities Wichita 2017

Spring Break Activities & Camps in Wichita 2017

Spring Break 2017 is right around the corner! For those of you staycationing in Wichita, here are some ideas of things you can do to make memories with your kids while enjoying yourself at the same time. Added bonus?  Your house will stay clean during the day because no one will be there! You might also feel less […]

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Love Yourself :: Celebrating Valentine's Day Solo

Love Yourself :: Celebrating Valentine’s Day Solo

Who says Valentine’s Day is solely meant to celebrate romantic relationships? I say it’s a perfect opportunity to go and love yourself first. As mothers, we focus so much physical energy, time, and emotional anguish vying for “perfect parenthood” (WHATEVER THAT MEANS). We are conditioned to love God (if this belief applies), our children, our […]

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The Hair Fairy, from Brave Bald & Beautiful, helps children fight cancer in Wichita.

Fight for Wichita’s Littlest Heroes on World Cancer Day

“A drop of hope starts an overflowing cup.” – Brianne Banning, Founder of Brave Bald & Beautiful In honor of World Cancer Day, let’s take a moment to recognize some of Wichita’s most brave little fighters. Because cancer isn’t something that only happens to someone else’s child in some other state. While it might not be […]

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MomsVersionGroundhogDay

A Mom’s Version Of Groundhog Day

The groundhog. This furry little creature has reached surprising celebrity status due to the annual February 2 Groundhog Day celebration. According to legend, if it is cloudy when the groundhog emerges from his burrow, spring will arrive early. If it is sunny when the groundhog emerges and he sees his shadow, the groundhog supposedly retreats […]

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MakeItASweetValentinesWithoutSugar

Valentine’s Day Without Sugar

As the Valentine holiday approaches, our children frolic down aisles at the store to choose the perfect treats to gift one another. After thirty-two years of consuming every sugary treat imaginable, my toddler son has taught me to accept change. High amounts of sugar are tough on his digestive system, so our recently adjusted eating habits require little to no […]

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Martin Luther King Quotes

3 Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes I Hope Will Inspire My Children

Everybody knows that Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream that one day, the children of slaves and the children of slave-owners would be able to live in a world of brotherhood and equal opportunity. Recently I’ve set out to read more of his writings, and along the way I’ve picked up nuggets of wisdom I find […]

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Detoxing After the Holidays: 5 Tips to Survive the Crash

The trendiness of “detoxing” kicks off again on January 1st. The carb loading holiday season is over. Hail to pumpkin pies and green bean casseroles, the delicious cakes and cookies, the offices filled with the overflow from recreating our grandmother’s favorite sweet things; halt fast food and eating out binges because “who has time for that” […]

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