Tag: "parenting"

DaddysHome2

DaddysHome2

November 10, 2017 | Comments (0)

Dusty ( Mark Wahlberg ) and  Brad ( Will Ferrell ) are back as co-dads in this funny holiday feature. The crazy family dynamics continue, but this Christmas Season they are joined by their own dads, John Lithgow and Mel Gibson! Sean Anders directs the team again as they cover Daddy issues, co-parenting children and […]

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#RealPeabodyMoms

#RealPeabodyMoms

July 20, 2017 | Comments (0)

 Although I gave birth 21 years ago, my body has never returned to the frame it once was. I used to blame my son, telling him it was his fault my belly hung to the floor. I also blamed manufacturers for the strange way they cut clothes, I blamed food for blowing up our bodies […]

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Dyson V6 Slim Cord-free

Dyson V6 Slim Cord-free

May 31, 2016 | Comments (0)

Dyson has once again simplified life. Dyson’s famous suction power now comes without the hassle of a cord. Sleek and lightweight, the V6 is exclusive to Dyson.com and Walmart. The price of $299 does not hurt the pocket and it comes with so many attachments and practicality that you will not regret your decision. The […]

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The adventure begins long before the passport is issued

The adventure begins long before the passport is issued

January 22, 2016 | Comments (0)

The item showed up on Facebook feeds before we saw it on the news. It said that Illinois driver’s licenses and state IDs were no longer federally compliant for airline travel. This meant that TSA could require additional security measures before allowing Illinois residents to board an airplane. The measures could range from additional identification to a […]

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My Green Fills!

My Green Fills!

July 9, 2015 | Comments (0)

It is simple and it is smart to use non-toxic products and have them delivered when you need them. As parents, we are always seeking ways to be efficient, frugal and conscious about the impact we are having on the planet. MyGreenFills.com shares our desires and have created “the LAST LAUNDRY JUG YOU WILL EVER […]

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Summer camps to keep your kids engaged this summer

Summer camps to keep your kids engaged this summer

June 1, 2015 | Comments (0)

We always look at summer as a time to add depth to our daughters’ education. No matter how hard teachers try, there is always something parents wish their children would experience that just won’t fit into the lesson plans. Here are some ideas to jump start your summer plans. Community College Camps Our local community […]

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Crushing their dreams one activity at a time

Crushing their dreams one activity at a time

February 1, 2015 | Comments (0)

Our girls are nearing middle school, which means their extracurricular activities selection will explode. As if to get ready for this, they have been asking to research more and more local classes. Recently they spent a lot of time looking at different activities. It didn’t take long for them to come up with a list […]

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It’s time to stop complaining about Common Core

It’s time to stop complaining about Common Core

September 17, 2014 | Comments (0)

During our recent parent orientation, our daughters’ teachers explained that they would not have math books this year. The fifth grade students would receive math worksheets as the school decided to test Eureka Math. Apparently Eureka Math doesn’t come with a textbook. Now we get to spend our evenings doing online research so we can […]

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Moms' Night Out and My Interview with Sarah Drew

Moms’ Night Out and My Interview with Sarah Drew

May 13, 2014 | Comments (0)

MOMS’ NIGHT OUT – a comedy about the chaos of motherhood and life – will be in theaters starting May 9, just in time for Mother’s Day. I had the opportunity to sit down with the Sarah Drew (who portrays Allyson in the movie) and is also a regular cast member on the popular ABC […]

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Aligned Modern Health

Aligned Modern Health

December 9, 2013 | Comments (0)

Living in today’s world is a busy and often harried experience. In order to stay at your best, you must have support in place. We here at The Chicago Moms will compliment that support. It is up to us, and those who care about us, to make sure we take great care of ourselves. Our […]

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Happy Dog Box a good treat for your favorite pet

Happy Dog Box a good treat for your favorite pet

November 21, 2013 | Comments (0)

We adopted Holly, our Great Pyrenees/Lab mix puppy, Labor Day weekend from a wonderful local rescue group called Magnificent Mutts. Her foster mom let us know she loves all kinds of treats, but when I walk through the pet stores, I feel like it’s the same old stuff that I see in all stores. I was […]

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National Nanny Recognition Week

National Nanny Recognition Week

September 21, 2013 | Comments (0)

The Chicago Moms knows how important all of our families’ needs are, so when TCM friend and supporter Erin Krex, of First Class Care invited us to join in the festivities of National Nanny Recognition Week, we could not wait to introduce Erin to you! TCM:Tell us about First Class Care, Inc. Erin:First Class Care […]

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