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HoneyBaked Ham Giveaway: Win a $50 Gift Card!

I was excited when I was contacted by HoneyBaked Ham to do a Mile High Mamas promotion. I haven’t had their succulent, juicy ham in years but the best part? Not only was I invited to throw a little soiree for my family but I also have a $50 gift card I’m giving away to […]

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Colorado schools, with help, are teaching students personal finance

School districts in Colorado have long had the discretion to include personal-finance topics in their curriculum, but many didn’t or only gave them minimal attention. The shortcomings of the state’s decentralized approach became painfully evident last decade, when Colorado led the nation in foreclosure activity for several months in 2006. Not only did families suffer, […]

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Denver Deal: Ski Season is HERE

Ski season is gearing up for the 2013-14 season in a big way. Some resorts have already opened for the season and more will opening in the coming weeks. By Thanksgiving everyone will be open. There are still deals on gear, lift tickets, lessons & lodging. Pick your resort – but I challenge everyone living […]

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My First Major Parenting Fail

I’ve had more than a few minor parenting fails so far:  I’ve put a diaper on backwards. I’ve stuck his foot in his own waste. I’ve poured milk into bottles with no bottoms, twice.  I’ve set our sleep training schedule back a few times because of either my need to hold him RIGHT NOW, or […]

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Giveaway: Healthy Snacking for Kids from Three Great Brands!

  • 01 Oct, 2013
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Little Duck Organics is just what we have been waiting for. Now we can be happy knowing we are giving our children healthy snacks, and they can be happy with how delicious they are. From Strawberry and Mango, to Blueberry and Apple, all these tiny snacks are 100% fruit, no added sugar, and tons of taste. […]

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Fun-Sized Season is No Fun for Peanut Allergic Kids

It’s not too early to start thinking about Halloween and Fall harvest parties. How do I know this? Because the stores told me. The moment the first bell rang on the first day of school, clerks everywhere sprang into action. Out with the lunch boxes and in with the treat buckets! If you don’t have […]

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