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‘Tis the Season…for Accidents

‘Tis the season…for accidents. If your holidays are anything like mine, you’ll agree that this time of year is an accident waiting to happen! Ladders are pulled from storage to hang twinkling lights, tempting breakable ornaments are hung from trees just inches away from our inquisitive toddlers, and a plethora of flickering candles scented of cinnamon apple permeates […]

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Holiday Survival Guide 2016

I love turkey dinner with all the fixings, tinsel, Home Alone, fake snow and holiday music as much as the next person, but unfortunately life doesn’t always imitate art. For many people, especially families with school aged or younger children, the holidays can resemble more National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation than It’s a Wonderful Life. This […]

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Top 10 Christmas Songs to Deck the Halls To

It’s that time of the year. We’ve eaten all of the Reese’s Cups within a 3 miles radius. There has been controversy regarding the design of the Starbucks cup. Black Friday ads have taken over our mail, radio, and TV. Turkey, stuffing, squash, and nogs of all sorts have taken over the grocery store aisles. Ladies, we […]

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OMB Celebrate’s National Marshmallow Roasting Day!

Share using #OMBRoastYourMallow! We LOVE national holidays over at Orlando Moms Blog! With the OMB End of Summer Beach Bash coming up, we couldn’t think of a better national holiday to celebrate this week than the annual August 30th, National Marshmallow Roasting Day! Toasting those ooey-gooey treats on a bonfire near the beach is a favorite past time for many! […]

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Fellow Holiday Procrastinators, we’re breaking up

  While out looking for Christmas décor two weeks before Christmas, I walked by an aisle of décor for Valentine’s Day. And a children’s clothing store? Hardly any Christmas attire left, but all the Valentine’s outfits were on full display. O.M.G. It’s TWO MONTHS before that holiday. I visited three stores two weeks before Thanksgiving […]

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Three Easy Ornament Crafts: Toddler Approved

Whether you’re a SAHM or a working mama, these Christmas tree ornament crafts will be sure to keep your toddler busy and happy! Grab some glue, popsicle sticks, felt, some mini pompoms and some googly eyes, you’ll be all set. First up, little characters – have your toddler pick his/her favorite(s) and get started! Rudolph, Santa, […]

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Dear Momma Trying to Make Christmas Perfect

Please stop. I know your stress. It’s deep. It’s binding—the chaining of emotions to unattainable perfection. I used to be you. My young married years were spent attempting to be Martha Stewart. I’d spend endless hours crafting homemade gifts, baking delicious desserts, and decorating every nook and cranny of my home with properly themed colors. […]

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Official Holiday Guide to Teacher Gifts

This is an “Official Holiday Guide to Teacher Gifts” because I polled ACTUAL TEACHERS.  What you are about to read is a compilation of the favorite and least favorite gifts of seven pre-school and grade school teachers who collectively have taught for over 165 years. Here’s the question that I posted on Facebook: Tagging all my teacher friends […]

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An Introvert’s Guide to the Holidays

Few people are immune from the holiday trinity of overspending, overindulging, and over scheduling. But for introverts who get their energy by spending quiet time alone, the pace of the holiday season can be exceedingly draining. Introverts are not anti social. In fact, you would probably be surprised to learn that some of your most outgoing friends are introverts. Like me. I found […]

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