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GIVEAWAY! FREE Botox Treatment Dr. Gross | Primera Plastic Surgery

Has the stress of the Back to School season given you wrinkles? Do you feel that you’re wearing all of the excess stress on your face these days? We’re here with a solution for one lucky mom! Dr. Gross of Primera Plastic Surgery is offering a Free BOTOX® Cosmetic treatment (valued up to $300) for 1 one […]

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Waxing the City :: Contributors Event {Re-cap}

We are super excited for one of our newest Orlando Mompreneurs, Katie Gibbs! Katie is a mama of three who recently opened our one and only Central Florida Waxing the City franchise, in the Dr. Phillips shopping complex! Katie and her fabulous entourage of cerologists invited Orlando Moms Blog owner Kristi Corley and our entire contributing team, […]

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Flatbread – It’s What’s for Dinner

This is “the Summer of Flatbreads” in my kitchen. I’ve rediscovered the simplicity and diversity of flatbreads for dinner. Here’s my most recent flatbread creation. I started by spreading jarred bruschetta sauce over the flatbread. Next I sautéed finely chopped Vidalia onions, sliced portobello mushrooms, and chopped tricolor peppers in olive oil, adding the mixture over the […]

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From Mainstream to Crunchy: Seeking Out Holistic Options for Infertility, Pregnancy and Newborn Care

I always thought I’d be that mainstream Mama, up on the latest baby trends, and who loves a good Pottery Barn Kids catalog and adorable preppy baby clothes. However when it came to trying to conceive and then choosing birth providers, I was disappointed when that mainstream approach failed me. So I turned to alternative, more natural treatments…I needed to […]

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Yep, Kids Can Have High Cholesterol, Too

Brought to you by Nemours CareConnect If your child has a cold or strep throat, it’s pretty obvious to see and diagnose. But what happens if there’s something going on in their little bodies that we can’t see, something like high cholesterol? You hear the word “cholesterol” and a child doesn’t exactly come to mind […]

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Five common myths about lice and the truth behind them

LICE. (That got your attention, didn’t it?!) Today, Nemours CareConnect debunks five common myths about lice and the truth behind them. Every few months, some kind of infection sweeps through classrooms, camps and daycare centers — chickenpox, colds, pink eye and ear infections — each taking their turn infecting children. One occurrence, though, seems to send […]

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Carb-ing Out Time to Think About Food {plus recipe!}

OK, so some of you know that I had bariatric surgery (or sleeve gastrectomy, to use the technical term) about a month and a half ago. My main goal is to get my diabetes under control through eating right and weight management. Weight loss is a big part of that process. To be perfectly honest, […]

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Dinner Delivered: HelloFresh vs. Blue Apron vs. Farm-Haus

You are busy. Your kids are busy. Even your pets are busy. And you are hungry. You are ALL hungry…all the time. Even more than before kids, most of my thoughts revolve around food…what will we have for breakfast, do I have enough healthy snack options, will the kids eat dinner if I make it, […]

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Why WIC Works

Hunger is real. In a country like the USA, an economically developed country, how is it that 49 million Americans struggle to put food on the table? 49 million. Let that sink in. 16 million kids, that’s 1 in 5, come from homes that do not have the means to have access to food. Ask […]

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Trader Joe’s = Dinner Planning Made Easy – Part 2

Last November I wrote about several items from Trader Joe’s that have really helped me to speed up and simplify cooking dinner on work nights. Blog readers and friends told me that they found my suggestions helpful, so I decided to write a follow-up post. If you’re new to shopping at Trader Joe’s, I’d suggest leaving the kids at […]

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