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Your Guide to Viewing the Solar Eclipse from the First Coast

Did you hear? It’s the celestial event of the century on Monday, August 21st! A total solar eclipse like this hasn’t been visible from the United States since 1979. Don’t know much about it? That’s okay — I’ve got you covered. Read on for all your eclipse-viewing needs! So, what exactly is a solar eclipse? A […]

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summer

10 Sanity Savers for Every Mom this Summer

One thing I look forward to all school year is summer. But five minutes into it, I’m ready for school to start back. I long for the structure and honestly – my sanity. Something about the relentless heat and lack of schedule sends my kids into a terrifying tornado of antsy, restless, wrestling (ok, fighting) […]

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St. Augustine

Top 5 Things to Do in St. Augustine During the Month of June

Summertime . . . you either love it or dread it when you have kids. And, it’s not always easy finding things to do to keep the kids busy. Here’s a list of the top five things to do in St. Augustine during the month of June. St. Augustine Moms Blog Park Hop June 22, […]

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Screen Free Week

Diary from a Screen Free Week 

Did you hear about this crazy social experiment called Screen Free Week!?? In case you missed it, it was May 1-7, 2017. I’m sure it will be back next year, so don’t worry you can ignore it then as well. My daughter’s school participated and I decided we would too, after all, it’s easier to try something […]

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Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs

Putting Pinterest to the Test {Easter Egg Edition}

What is your Pinterest experience? Mine usually goes something like this: I want to make something with or for my kids, I have an idea, but need a little inspiration. Current example: Easter eggs. As a kid, we grabbed crayons, and store-bought dye had a blast coloring and dunking, and we were done. Of course, I have […]

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