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Annual Reader Survey {+ Giveaway}

It’s that time of year again! Here, at Dayton Moms Blog we try very hard to create resources and connect you with information and local businesses we feel you would be most interested in. We would greatly appreciate it if you would take a minute out of your busy lives to help us with that […]

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January Dayton Dozen: Guide to Family-Friendly Events {2018)

  It’s cold out and your kids haven’t been off school long enough to be fighting ALREADY, have they? The best way to keep your sanity is to get them out of the house, keep them busy and count the days until spring. We hope these ideas will help you do just that. Here are […]

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#GetToTheBC- The Best of Butler County Activities (1)

#GetToTheBC: The Best of Butler County Food

This post is part of a sponsored relationship, however, we are thrilled to be able to help spread the word about the amazing local businesses and destinations included in this post.My family and I recently had the privilege of traveling to Butler County and trying out some of the best that they have to offer. […]

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#GetToTheBC- The Best of Butler County Activities

#GetToTheBC: The Best of Butler County Activities

This post is part of a sponsored relationship, however, we are thrilled to be able to help spread the word about the amazing local businesses and destinations included in this post.On a recent trip to Butler County, my family had the pleasure of visiting three incredible places that had activities for the whole family!  Just […]

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Tales of a Traveling Mom: 5 Lessons I Learned About Traveling with Kids

I used to LOVE to travel. Trains, planes, automobiles, all of them. (Although I get car sick if I try to read in the car, so that is definitely my least favorite mode of traveling long distances.) I’ve always been able to sleep while traveling, and I love to experience new places and adventures. Then […]

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September Dayton Dozen: Family Friendly Events!

The kids are back to school now, and I think we are all trying to figure out where the summer went. Amiright?!?! It’s all good, Let it Go (the cold never bothered me anyway) and dive into these fun events that September is bringing our way! 1) Giant Scale Radio-Controlled Model Aircraft Show @ USAF […]

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School Lunches: Whole Foods Market Style

Here we are friends. The countdown to early morning wake up calls, arguing about which socks to wear, getting a healthy breakfast down their throats, and school bus stops. That’s right. School is right around the corner. This also means that all things lunch bag, lunch box, snack bag and lunch food will be discussed, […]

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A Dayton Mom’s Guide to Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm

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 […]

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May Dayton Dozen – 12 Family Friendly Events

    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 […]

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15 Lessons I Learned from our Battle with Infertility

The journey through infertility is one of the hardest, most exhausting, heart wrenching emotional rollercoasters one could find themselves on. I was 1:8. We were 1:8.   We were one of the couples that struggled through both male and female infertility. Infertility knows no race. No gender. It does not discriminate amongst religion, sexuality or economic […]

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