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Valentine's Day - Boston Moms Blog

Fun Ways to Share the Love With Your Kids This Valentine’s Day

While many of us associate Valentine’s Day with romantic gestures like fancy dinners out and long-stemmed roses, it’s really just a simple day to tell people you love them — and who better to show love to than your kids?! Here are a few fun activities to plan with your little ones this February to […]

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St. Patrick's Day - Boston Moms Blog

Creative Crafts for St. Patrick’s Day

While the days of hitting up Faneuil Hall to drink ourselves into a green-beer-induced stupor may be long behind us, we can still get in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit with these adorable crafts to adorn our homes! And the best part? No hangover the next day! Pot-o-Gold Slime Channel your inner leprechaun and create this sparkly […]

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Valentine's Day - Boston Moms Blog

Valentine’s Day Art Projects

Valentine’s Day is approaching! You could go out and buy your cards, of course. But why not make your own this year? So much more heartfelt and fun!  Being a mom and art teacher means every season has an opportunity to create homemade masterpieces. Join me! Jim Dine hearts Jim Dine loves hearts — what a perfect inspiration this […]

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Stress-Free Summer Crafts - Boston Moms Blog

Stress-Free Summer Crafts

Summer means a LOT of free time with the kids at home. If you’re anything like me, you love the idea of your child using some of that crazy summer energy to get creative while they’re on a break from school (especially on those inevitable rainy days). The biggest crafting challenge for me, however, is the stress of planning […]

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Valentine's Day Crafts for Kids - Boston Moms Blog

Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids

Love is in the air, mamas! While the days of roses and chocolate may be behind us (hopefully not!), it’s a great time of year to spread the love by making crafts with your little ones. Whether these go up on the refrigerator, are given to a teacher, or are sent to family, you and your crew are […]

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