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Cuddle Bugs Consignment Boutique is probably my favorite place to shop locally, I always find great deals in great condition for all of the kids (and I swear I have the best shopping mojo for finding Hanna Andersson and Lily […]
not pictured, fifth child who was too young and wobbly to pose on dock
Every so often, one of the kids asks me “Who is your favorite?”, or they’ll accuse me of having a favorite over them (usually happens when I […]
To raise kind children you have to show them kindness, and teach them kindness. I believe this can be done through little things, as well as big things, and also by reminding them what the kind thing to do would […]
Lots of firsts this weekend: Talley on the longboard, Finn at rugby, first time it was chilly sweater weather, and yes, I brought out ALL of my pumpkin decor. All of it. I’m ready.
Mermaid fever has taken hold of our house and there is no end in sight. Ever since we introduced the two year old to the Little Mermaid she has become mermaid OBSESSED and luckily for us there is so much […]
Mini City has you covered. Click the photo to see the Weekend Stuff to Do!
Fridays always feel easier because of two simple things: 1st, I don’t have to pack lunches because the kids get pizza and 2nd, we always make cinnamon buns for breakfast so we sleep a little late and sometimes snuggle a […]
The upcoming issue of Mamatoga Magazine is going to be a special edition focused on those lovable and cute (and sometimes crazy and wild) toddlers and preschoolers! Have a preschool program or toddler class you’d like to see featured in […]
Pottery Barn Kids is basically a staple in our lives. From backpacks to furniture, bedding and accessories, PBK has a ton of options and I love their style. And now, Mamatoga has teamed up with Pottery Barn Kids Crossgates to […]
The other day at ballet I went inside with Levy to chat with another ballet mom about carpooling, and as we were waiting there was a distinct…rumbling…from inside the baby’s little size one diaper. I knew what was coming, no […]