Author Archive | Alison Moore


Top 10 Things to Do in Wichita with Kids

Wichita is a small city with big fun for families with kids of all ages. We polled our contributors to create our Top 10 list of things to do in Wichita with kids, and regardless of age, season, or budget, it’s got something for everyone.  Families in the ICT or families visiting the ICT, this […]

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To My Wife on Mother’s Day

To the Mother of My Children, I struggled to find my direction with this Wichita mom’s blog post. I was going to write about my mother, which made sense to me at the time. I was going to go deep for inspirational words about mothers. I searched the internet for the history of Mothers’ Day. I was […]

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When You’re Not the Fun Parent

My husband had to work late tonight unexpectedly, and it threw off our entire evening. Mine, because instead of tag-teaming the full sprint that is feeding, bathing, lotioning, teeth-brushing, hair-combing, nursing, story-reading and putting three little ones to bed, I was going it alone. And my kids, because they know at dinner time (earlier if […]

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To The Family Dog

You didn’t used to be a family dog. You used to be just our dog, my husband’s and mine. We bought you a week after we bought our first house together, recently married, practically babies ourselves at the ages of 24 and 23. We didn’t even have dog food the night we took you home. […]

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A Veteran Mom’s Guide to the buybuy BABY Registry + Giveaway

Thank you to buybuy BABY for sponsoring this post and for bringing your store to Wichita so that our community of moms can have a quality registry experience! buy buy baby Wichita I’m not a stuff person when it comes to baby and kid gear. My mantra is quality over quantity, and anything that is multi-purpose gets bonus […]

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When Well Enough is All They Need

I never know how to answer when people say, “I don’t know how you do it!” seeing me with three little ones, car seats completely dominating the backseat of my SUV, and more hands than I can hold at once. It comes from friends who have witnessed my transition from working mama to work-at-home mama blessed with one, […]

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