The Teal Pumpkin Project Halloween is filled with candy, scares, and orange pumpkins. Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE) wants everyone to know about another color for pumpkins, teal! The Teal Pumpkin Project was created to allow all children and young...
“Do you have any questions?” Well….ummmm…no…yes…maybe????? The problem with that question is I don’t know what I don’t know. Therefore, I don’t know what questions to ask about what I don’t know but should know. Ya know?!?! Well, there...
Did you know that October is designated as Fire Safety month in the U.S? October 7-13th is the designated fire prevention week. According to the National Fire Protection Association, "U.S. fire departments responded to an average of 358,500 home...
Please know that I see the worried look on your face when you realize your child and mine are in the same class. I know what you are thinking even if the thought hasn't fully formed in your head....
The moment my kids came into my life, a mama bear instinct awoke with a fierce and protective growl. I intuitively knew the fragility of that tiny baby, and wore with great weight the responsibility of protecting my child....
My fellow moms, I need to ask you an important question. Do you believe "It Takes a Village?" If so, can we just lift each other up? Can we rise above it all and help each other out? Can we...
Summer is upon us and fun activities like swimming, beaching, and playing outside may already be filling your days! As such, we think this is a great time to share some reminders about how to keep your children safe...
Living in Tampa Bay, I feel blessed to be surrounded by water. I love that I can raise my kids somewhere where they can swim and enjoy the pool, lake and ocean year-round. As a girl who grew up in...
Hurricane season started on June 1. Taking just a few simple steps now will help you prepare for a hurricane and ensure you're not caught off-guard if a storm does come our way. Lessons From Irma Flashback to September, 2017. Hurricane...
Spring cleaning is here! One of the least desirable and dirtiest items to clean is a child's car seat. Images of disinfecting wipes and hazmat suits appear when I plan to attempt this hurdle but in all truth, gentle...

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TBM's guide to patriotic parties all across the bay This Monday, fireworks, barbeques, and sticky, sugary, blue and red covered kids will be popping up...

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