Bloom is a partnership with several local businesses, designed to empower and educate new and expecting moms. We are so grateful for their partnership in this endeavor.No matter if you are having baby #1 or baby #8, all moms need resources and support! Bloom is an event designed to provide just that!
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A few weeks ago our family went to Miami University to see my sweet niece run in a track meet. The day started off stormy and by the afternoon, it was gorgeous and sunny. We decided on lunch and as we were walking the campus, my 3 year old saw with is curious little eyes […]
Warm summer nights outside with the family are pretty close to perfection. Take advantage of some of the great local options to head out under the starry sky for a one-of-a-kind family movie night! Community Movie Night at Central Park June 2nd Enjoy free kids activities, including popcorn, a bounce house, face painting and more […]
This summer promises to be much different for my family. Last summer we had a newborn and didn’t get to do a whole lot. This summer, we’ll have a one-year-old and are looking forward to explore all that Dayton has to offer! This is our Dayton summer bucket list. I challenge you to join me […]
This post is part of a sponsored relationship, but we are excited to let our readers know about this amazing local destination! Have you been to Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm?! The Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm is one of those local treasures that makes Dayton a beautiful and unique place to live. It was founded […]
Spring has sprung in Dayton and it’s the nearly the season for leisurely mornings spent perusing our local farmers’ markets. The Ohio growing season runs roughly April-November and the Miami Valley is one of the best places to get fresh, Ohio-grown fruits, veggies, meat, eggs, honey and more! Check out our guide to find the […]
This month’s edition of the Dayton Dozen is sponsored by our friends at Goldfish Swim School in honor of National Water Safety Month. Goldfish Swim School is devoted to WATER Safety Awareness and work to keep families (especially toddlers) safe in and around the water. Specifically, instructors use integrity, compassion and trust to teach kids […]
This guide has been created for you with the support of the featured businesses below. We are grateful for their assistance in helping us provide this resource for Dayton families.Are you trying to find that perfect dentist for your kids? Let us help with our guide to Dayton area pediatric dentists!
The Easter countdown is on – so, when Whole Foods Market invited me to get a sneak peek of all things Easter – I put on my bunny ears and hopped right over! I started my journey at the entrance furthest from the bar (rookie mistake – one of the coolest things about Whole Foods […]
1.) I Can Cook Youth Series at Gerhardt Civic Center – Moraine, OH ***DMB Tip –You don’t need to preregister – just pop in as you are out and about! March 1st; 5-6:30pm Drop-in cooking class for ages 6-10 Participants will be able to experience new foods and techniques while becoming confident in the kitchen. […]
Ah February. Whether you love getting weather reports from a rodent or just binge eating chocolate hearts, this fabulous month is headed our way. There are many (oh, so many) equally fabulous options for fun all around us! Cinemark at The Greene– Beavercreek, OH ***DMB Tip- Get there with plenty of time for good seats. […]
We love helping moms connect with one another. If you’re new to the area, new to being a mom, or just want a way to connect with others close to where you live, join one of our Neighborhood Mom Groups! These are groups on Facebook that will help you learn about local happenings in your area […]
Disclosure: This post is part of a sponsored partnership between Dayton Moms Blog and Whole Foods. We are excited to endorse local businesses we feel bring value to our readers and all opinions expressed are authentic. I recently had the chance to step into Whole Foods Market in Centerville for the first time. I immediately fell […]