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Guide to Orlando Businesses 2016-2017

The Orlando Moms Blog Guide is a one-stop, online guide to local businesses throughout the Orlando area. We hope that this guide will be helpful as you make choices about local businesses in and around Orlando! CHILDCARE Dance and Extracurricular Activities Everything Birthday Fitness Healthcare Home-Based Businesses Photography Pregnancy and Postpartum Professional Services Shop Local   […]

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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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What is an “Invitation to Play” and How the Heck Do I Do It?

Now that I have a big-girl two year old, I have really started to rethink my approach to her toys and her play. Of course I want her to build her imagination, experience new situations, and learn about the world around her through creativity, but I also don’t want to spend my life hot gluing […]

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Steve Songs Concert at the Orlando Public Library {Re-cap}

Thank you so much to all of the families who attended the amazing PBS Kids Steve Songs Concert with us at the Orlando Public Library! We hope you had super fun time singing and dancing along with Steve Songs and the team at the Orlando Public Library! Upon arriving, attendees lined up for a photo in […]

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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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Birth Order and Personality: What if She’s the Oldest, Middle AND Younger Sister?

I never know how to describe one of my daughters when asked where she “falls”. She is the first born of twin girls and she has an older sister. So is she a middle daughter? Older twin?  Younger sister? Yes. All of the above. Right or wrong, I usually say she’s our middle daughter, but […]

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The All-Kid Guide to the Orange County Library

Is it still nerdy to love the library if you have one as cool as the Orange County Library? I have always loved visiting libraries, and I have lots of memories wasting away long summer days in some corner with a stack of books next to me. Now I take my toddler and, yes, we check out books, […]

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Is your preschooler ready for kindergarten?

We went straight to the source to find out what is on a teacher’s checklist to determine if your preschooler is ready for kindergarten. We asked preschool and kindergarten teachers what parents can do to prepare our children for kindergarten. Here is what they told us. Let your child cut with scissors. Encourage her to […]

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Keepsake Stocking Stuffer – Bright Eyed Baby

The holidays are officially here (at least in our household); we don’t necessarily skip right to Christmas but I am a firm believer that Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years go hand-in-hand. Holiday music is playing, gift shopping has slowly begun, and with that comes stocking stuffer ideas. I have had the honor of reviewing some […]

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