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Tuesday, April 24: Kid’s Cafe with Young Living Essential Oils We are making Aromatherapy Moon Sand with Young Living Essential Oils that will help your child feel calm while they play! We have several colors to choose from and several scents that be customized! The kids craft will be $4. We will also be making…

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Caffeine = Mom Juice

I drink a lot of caffeine in different ways. After all, I am a little human chaser. Personally, I have a Dr. Pepper problem. To be specific? About four (plus) cans a day. Kicking the green cans (pure cane sugar) cold turkey is hard! I have tried a few dozen times. My efforts of kicking…

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Saving Smarts

For the responsible adult who thinks about being prepared for the future, savings are a fixed expense that is built into the monthly budget just like car payments and insurance. For most people, though, this habit does not come naturally. It needs to be acquired and practiced. Teach your kids those saving smarts now when…

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Tuesday, April 17: Kid’s Cafe with KFDX Weatherman Kevin Selle & Tornado Bottles at Frank & Joe’s (10 – noon) Kevin Selle, Chief Meteorologist, will be teaching the kids about weather, storms, tornados and clouds! He has some exciting interactive things planned! We will also be recreating our Sensory Jars on a larger scale! Please…

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  I recently had the opportunity to sit down with my colleague, Julie Foster, Secondary Principal of Wichita Christian School, and get some feedback on issues facing parents and students in high school. According to her, “One of the biggest hurdles a junior or senior high school student will face is completing scholarships for college.”…

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Remember Mom

Your birthday is a special day! Cake, presents, everyone telling you how awesome you are just for making it through another year. As a child, it is something you look forward to all year long. It’s right up there with Christmas morning! I love my kids’ birthdays probably as much as they do. I love…

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Grocery shopping is an inevitable part of life. It can also be one of the easiest ways to blow your budget. Whether you choose to do your shopping at the corner store, Aldi or your local Walmart, remembering what you need and trying to stick to your budget can be a hassle. That’s the goal…

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Cereal For Every Meal

Benjamin, our 2 ½ year old prefers and often demands “cer-re-real” for breakfast and dinner.  He will eat regular food at lunch while at daycare, but even on the weekends, his request for sugary goodness is heard loud and clear at noon.  So when I took him for his wellness check-up last week, the pediatrician,…

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I’m excited to share I was contacted by the wonderful people at Cirque Italia, and they offered tickets for one of our bloggers (Lauren Bush will be attending and reporting back!) as WELL as one of our readers and their family! (The prize package is for two adults and two kids.) How To Win: Comment…

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