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Say Spaaaahhh – Because Moms Need TLC Too

*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.  I awoke the morning of my first visit to the Burke Williams spa in San Francisco eagerly anticipating a leisurely few hours of relaxation and pampering. I […]

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Quarterback Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks holds the Vince Lombardi Trophy following victory over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 48 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, on February 2, 2014. Seattle's Russell Wilson threw for two touchdowns and the Seahawks' ferocious defense overwhelmed Denver's record-setting offense, forcing three turnovers on the way to a stunning 43-8 victory in Super Bowl 48.   AFP PHOTO /   Timothy  A. CLARY        (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)

The Super-Mom’s SF Guide to Super Bowl 50

Whether you hail from a family of football fanatics, or you’re simply a mom looking for something new and unique to do with your little ones, there are a number of kid-friendly events taking place throughout the Bay Area in the run-up to Super Bowl 50 on February 7, 2016. We’ve compiled a list of […]

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San Francisco’s Chinese New Year Events

I love Chinese New Year in San Francisco!  2016 is the Year of the Monkey, and San Francisco Moms Blog has all the information you need to celebrate with your family in our city!   The Southwest Airline Mini-Procession and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, January 30th 10:30am Grant Ave. from California to Pacific Ave.  FREE.  This […]

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Things are getting out of control in here!

Say Yes to the Mess (at least sometimes!)

It was a Saturday morning in early December. My husband was out of town and my mom had volunteered to babysit so I could squeeze in a workout before diving into a typically frenetic day with two active toddlers. I arrived home to find a kitchen in chaos: a floor blanketed in sprinkles; countertops covered […]

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You Can’t Rewind, So Be Kind

As a Mental Health professional in the Bay Area, I see children and teens with a wide array of issues, however one disturbing trend is how malicious kids are to each other. Every week, I meet with school age kids being teased, a tween with insomnia because she worries all night about how peers will […]

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Rainy Days Activities for Toddlers at Home and Around San Francisco

Be honest. You’re a little disappointed it’s an El Niño year, aren’t you? Even though we really, really need the rain, being stuck inside with toddlers for more than one day takes the stamina and patience of an Ironman, an Ironmom , if you will. I’m certainly out of training. The drought brought beautiful weather […]

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