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Here’s the Scoop, it’s National Ice Cream Month

Did you know that July is National Ice Cream Month? An entire month focused on ...

Ready Or Not, Overnight Camp Is Here!

My first work-trip away from home when my baby was less than a year old was torture. As happy as I was to get a break from mommy-hood, and to get a full night’s sleep, I couldn’t relax because I was just SURE my baby needed me. Not her daddy. ME. When I got home from […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Freezer Cooking

I really don’t enjoy cooking.  I feel like maybe I should, but I don’t.  I’m a stay at home mom, but with four kids, homeschooling, and a new business, I really don’t have much time (or energy) to cook.  One of the ways that I save myself time and money in the kitchen is by […]

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A Father’s Story About His Daughter’s Battle With HPV Caused Cervical Cancer

We recently received a comment on the post an anonymous mom wrote titled Why My Children Will Receive the HPV Vaccine.  The comment was from Kirk Forbes: On June 1, 2008 our 23 year old daughter Kristen died of HPV caused cervical cancer. If she had been vaccinated for HPV, we would still have her […]

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Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease HELL

I remember the first time I saw the sign posted on the door of the daycare door when my daughter was 6 months old.  It said something like, “This classroom has been exposed to Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease.” I was used to signs on the door, but this one stopped me in my tracks.  […]

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Groundhog Day

It’s Not February 2nd, but Everyday Feels Like Groundhog Day

Do you ever feel like your life resembles the movie “Groundhog Day?” I’m kind of there. Don’t get me wrong, my life is good, but I feel like I do the same thing everyday. Yes, we go places and do things and have fun, but overall I feel like our days are a bit mundane. […]

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Bilateral Me: Struggling to Juggle a Career and Motherhood

I always thought I’d go places. I finished my undergraduate degree in three years and my graduate degree in two, all while working and paying my own way. At age 23 I was teaching university students older than me. By age 24, I’d married my college sweetheart, bought a house, and landed a great, well-paying […]

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Lumberwave Creations Giveaway

We’re on a roll with the RMB Giveaways this week! Up today is a company started by a recent UNR grad, Catie Gegan. Catie used to work at the preschool where site manager Lynnette Bellin’s daughter used to attend. When we saw the awesome home décor she and her boyfriend are creating at Lumberwave Creations, we […]

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DEMI LOVATO Concert Giveaway

  Grab your Tween, your Frozen soundtrack loving girlfriend, or take your hubby on a very interesting date night because…wait for it….we’re giving away 2 tickets to this weekend’s Demi Lovato concert. This Saturday, The Neon Lights Tour will make it’s way to the Reno Events Center. This  is the third headlining concert tour by […]

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RMB ‘s Best Beach Reads

sum·mer [suhm-er] Noun The warmest season of the year, and the perfect time to lounge on a breezy beach with an easy read. Ahhh, I can feel it now. Sand in my toes, book in my hand. Is there anything more relaxing? Today, Reno Moms Blog contributors are sharing some of their favorite beach reads. […]

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Mom Confession: Why My Children Will Get the HPV Vaccine

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Mom Confessions

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Mom ConfessionsThere has been a lot of controversy surrounding the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine.  Many parents think that vaccinating their children for a sexually transmitted disease (STD) is encouraging them to have sex.  I want to share with you today why I can say with […]

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How to Save Time and Money with Meal Planning

Making dinner has always been important to me. Making sure I have a freshly prepared and healthy meal for my family on the table every night is even more important to me. I have friends who are shocked that I cook every night. They think it must be really time consuming. Additionally, having a different […]

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Three Words That Changed My Marriage

Last week my husband and I celebrated our fourth wedding anniversary. We’re not breaking any record books yet, but in the last four years we have done a whole lot of living. Two houses. Two babies. New jobs and supporting two careers. A lot of change in a short amount of time. For the most […]

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