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ModaBox: My Favorite Online Stylists for Moms

Mom confession: During my first pregnancy, I gained seventy pounds, and, in my second pregnancy, I gained forty-five pounds. With rapid weight gain like that, depression didn’t wait until the postpartum phase to introduce itself to me. As I entered the second trimester of my first pregnancy, I felt depressed because gaining that much weight […]

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Must Haves :: Little Lotus Sleeping Bag

*This post is sponsored- but the thoughts and feelings are our own, and we only work with businesses we believe to be reputable and resourceful to our readers. As we all know, a sleepless baby means a sleepless mommy. This winter, we’ve had a lot of sleepless nights. One of the best recent additions to our […]

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Holiday Crafts to Make Your Home Merry and Bright

Reindeer and Christmas Tree Ornaments Supplies: Wooden Popsicle sticks Different colored pom pom balls Glue Googly eyes Ribbon Brown & yellow construction paper Brown & green markers or paint Directions: Paint or color the Popsicle sticks either green for a Christmas tree or brown for the reindeer. Glue 3 popsicle sticks together (either 3 green […]

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Gift Idea :: Bench Essential for the Sports Parent

*This post is sponsored – but the thoughts and feelings are our own, and we only work with businesses we believe to be reputable and resourceful to our readers. Some of us are soccer moms, basketball moms or a mom of all sports trades depending on our children’s activity level.  I am a dedicated baseball/softball […]

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SFMB and My New Red Shoes :: Holiday Shoe Drive

San Francisco Moms Blog is proud to partner with My New Red Shoes, a Bay Area non-profit providing shoes and clothing to homeless and low-income children, this holiday season.  Over 150,000 children in the Bay Area live below the poverty line, and these children fear being seen as “different” among their peers at school.  My […]

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