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It’s that time! Summer time! We’ve got a great list to keep you busy every day and night! What’s on your “must do” list for this Boston summer?
It’s time to beat the heat! We’ve rounded up some great local spots for water play. Here are our favorite Boston splash pads and pools!
Warm nights mean the start of a favorite annual tradition all over the city — free (or cheap) summer movies in Boston!
We all need a little support sometimes. I know both new and seasoned mommies like to feel they can do it all, but that is often what leads us to burnout and misery. For me, it’s the mundane tasks I would like to outsource — yard work, laundry, running errands with kids in tow, etc. It can […]
This post is sponsored by the Greenway Carousel — a can’t-miss Boston spot!
My husband suffers every time a holiday rolls around. I scour the gift guides all over the internet, but my husband isn’t into gadgets or tech. He buys all his own clothes whenever he needs them. Books get downloaded to his Kindle, and I have no idea what he’s reading. The barware I purchased years […]
Summer is just around the corner, which means it’s time to start thinking of beach days! Anyone who has taken young children to the beach knows the importance of finding a local spot that is both fun for the kids and sanity-saving for the parents. In the spirit of summer planning, here is a roundup […]
Summer is rounding the corner, and with that comes all the delicious summer food and events. Here is a roundup of local food festivals for the Boston foodie! June European Food Festival (Boston) June 1 Join the Belgian Honorary Consulate for this popular professional networking event featuring food, beer, wine, and spirits from Germany, France, […]
Thank you to all the sponsors who helped make our first Bloom event possible. We had an amazing time!On May 20, the Boston Moms Blog team and new and expectant moms from all over the Boston area gathered for our first-ever Bloom event.
At the end of March, my baby daughter caught that horrible cold that was going around. She had a fever and was so full of snot she could barely breathe through her nose. Nursing was tough for her, and she would stop after just a few minutes. My breasts felt full almost constantly, and in […]
Many things beckoned us to Boston two years ago when we left NYC. Shorter commutes, lower cost of living, family nearby, a larger apartment with a dishwasher and even a yard. But, to be honest, I thought we would be giving up some things too — like having anything and everything delivered. Sure, Amazon Prime […]