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Getting Festive in Boston :: Holiday Tree Lightings and Strolls

It’s hard to believe Halloween was just a few weeks ago, and Thanksgiving is nearly upon us — which means the December holidays are just around the corner, too! Boston’s festivities get underway in just a few days. If your kids are amazed by beautiful light shows, and if you all love to partake in […]

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Celebrating Halloween Early :: 12 Boston-Area Bashes

Pumpkins, ghosts, bats, and witches, oh my! Halloween is just around the corner! Halloween landing on a Monday this year might pose a tricky situation for the littles who are used to being tucked into bed around the same time prime trick-or-treating takes place — I know this will be the case in my house this year, […]

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Favorite Fall Traditions in New England

Favorite Fall Traditions in New England

This summer has been amazing — a classic summer featuring heat, humidity, and sunshine for days. But now that we’ve turned the corner into September, it’s hard to hide my excitement for the quintessential, magical New England fall and all that’s in store. It’s my favorite time of year, with gorgeous foliage, glorious crisp days, an ambiance of coziness, […]

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on being a bridesmaid post kids - Boston Moms Blog

On Being a Bridesmaid Post-Kids

We’re in the midst of one of my favorite times of the year — wedding season. And as someone who absolutely loves attending weddings, I’m beyond excited for three family members and friends who are getting hitched this year! Over the past year of celebrating with engagement parties, showers, bachelorette parties, and the actual weddings themselves, I’ve come […]

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The New ‘Sesame Street’

Prior to the premiere of the newest season of “Sesame Street” — which moved from PBS to HBO in a way that rattled many a devotee, including myself — I was very curious to see how it would come to life. I read reviews that discussed how gentrified the HBO version of “Sesame Street” would be, […]

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Soaking Up Thanksgiving History in New England

Roasted turkey, cranberries, and pumpkin pie — all are delicious emblems of Thanksgiving. Today, Thanksgiving is synonymous with family gatherings, football, delicious food, a segue into the December holiday season, and, most of all, a reminder to be thankful. One element of this American holiday — its history — is particularly rich and meaningful here […]

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