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CMBN Reader Survey!

Hello Orlando Moms Blog readers! We’re wondering if we could trouble you for a favor? The City Moms Blog Network (the larger network to which Orlando Moms Blog belongs) blogs are conducting a reader survey. We want to know what YOU think of the work we do here. Would you kindly take a moment to […]

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{Giveaway} See’s Candies

Looking for the perfect last minute teacher gift or stocking stuffer? Look no further than See’s Candies! For more than 90 years See’s Candies has been dedicated to making the highest quality candy, using only the finest, freshest ingredients. American made and with no preservatives or high fructose corn syrup, See’s Candies are the perfect […]

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{Recipe Collection} Prep-Ahead Chicken Enchiladas

My afternoons are probably a lot like yours, a constant wave of motion that seem to be marked with a dozen or so components ranging from soccer practice to fussy babies to math fact memorization. As if the busy-ness isn’t enough, these little people (and their parents) must eat, which means we mommas have to […]

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{Giveaway} Nutcracker Family Series

Watching The Nutcracker ballet is an annual family tradition for so many during the holidays. Following Clara’s adventures as she battles the giant Rat King and transforms her Nutcracker doll into a Prince. Watching as they visit a magical land of dancing snowflakes, a Sugar Plum Fairy, and a celebration that takes her around the […]

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My love-hate relationship with the month of December

I absolutely adore the Christmas season and its traditions of faith and family. The tree glowing in our front room at night, trimmed with ornaments that were handed down through generations and others handmade by my kids in preschool. The nativity and manger hand-crafted by my late father-in-law. Christmas Eve Mass when Luke 2:1-14 and […]

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Festival decor and signage was designed to capture the "family" theme. Center pieces included quotes about children, family and friends.

Unconventional

Unconventional is the word I often use to describe my fertility and pregnancy journey. Having been told on more than one occasion that I would never conceive naturally, I was quite surprised when eight pregnancy tests proclaimed me pregnant in March 2012, and it took me the next nine months to come to terms with […]

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