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Digital tools for the first few months of parenting

Everyone tells you that having a new baby at home is hard, but I did not understand what they meant until ours arrived. The sleep deprivation. The constant nursing. The endless laundry. Did I mention the sleep deprivation? No matter how cute the baby’s dimples or squeezable his thighs, keeping the little creature alive and […]

Continue Reading growing by tapping community of crafters

The Craftsy studios on the outskirts of Denver were hopping. Beth Ferrier had flown in from Saginaw, Mich., to shoot a class on appliqués, and Amy Herzog of Somerville, Mass., was in another studio laying down some insights on knitting. In a third studio, Gwen Bortner of Le Grande, Calif., was ready to tape a […]

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Denver Deal: Yogurtland, Garbanzo's, & Aeropostale

I have recently discovered The site gives me a full week’s menu (along with side dishes) and the shopping list. I love the fact that I don’t have to think so hard about what do make for dinner – and my kids are getting more to eat than the four things that I was […]

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New Year, New You! Mile High Mamas' Healthy Living Giveaways

  • 22 Jan, 2013
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**CONTEST CLOSED. CONGRATULATIONS TO WINNER KEVIN C.!** This year, we’re helping you stay on track of your healthy living resolutions. Enter below to win some great items that will help you feel refreshed, recharged and renewed! The Ballet Physique DVD Collection Retail Value: $34.95 If you want the body of a dancer without actually having […]

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Mom goes viral with son's phone code of conduct

Janell Burley Hofmann honored her 13-year-old son’s “maturity and growth” at Christmas with his first iPhone, but it came with strings attached. Eighteen strings, to be exact, in a written code of conduct that placed the mommy blogger at the center of the debate over how parents should handle technology in the hands of their […]

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