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Round Up at the Panera Bread Register

Round Up at the Panera Bread Register in Support of Flying Horse Farms

This post is part of a sponsored relationship, however, we are excited for the opportunity to help spread the word about the fundraising efforts of this organization and the local camp they are working to support.Giddy up, Dayton moms! During the month of September, Panera Bread locations across Dayton are inviting you to participate in […]

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Surving the Snack Attack

Surviving the Snack Attack

It’s the dreaded “s” word moms don’t want their child to say. No, it’s not a profanity. It’s the word, “snack”. Kids will ask for it at all hours of the day, but particularly in the evening, right before bed (at least in my house). My personal favorite is after taking as minimal bites as […]

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Kids Eat Free (& Cheap) in Dayton

Eating together as a family is nothing short of a miracle - it takes time, prep, and let's not mention the clean up! The alternative to getting everyone around the table, is taking the family out to eat. Sounds like 'fun' until you think about the small fortune you may spend. Especially with little ones who don't eat half their [...]
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Dayton Area guide to Farmers Markets {2018}

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 […]

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Toddler Tips: Trying New Foods

March is National Nutrition Month, and it has me seriously contemplating how I can do a better job with food – for my toddler. Mealtime had become painful at our household. We would cook healthy meals with vegetables and our 19-month old would turn his head, refuse to try things, and dump food on the floor. […]

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Corned Beef and Cabbage: The St. Patrick’s Day Staple

St. Patrick’s Day is coming up and it seems that most holidays are synonymous with food. Turkey dominates Thanksgiving, ham is usually served on Easter, and St. Patrick’s Day conjures up visions of deliciously seasoned corned beef and boiled cabbage. Some also equate “kegs and eggs” with St. Patrick’s Day fare, especially if you are […]

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