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A Mom’s Guide to Summer Allergies in Paradise, Alias Sarasota

While allergies are usually associated with spring, summer allergies are really common. And, Sarasota, our paradise, is no exception. An allergy is a reaction of the body’s immune system when it has become too sensitive to a substance. There are many types of allergies: food, skin (eczema, dermatitis), pet, eye (conjunctivitis), mold, latex, and cockroach […]

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Big Cat Habitat

Hidden Gem Series: Big Cat Habitat

Big Cat Habitat 7101 Palmer Blvd  Sarasota, FL 34240 Open Wednesday through Sunday 12:00 – 4:00pm Adult Admission: $18 Child Admission: $8 (under 3 are free) Time spent at the park: 2-3 hours depending on how many shows you watch. Level of toddler satisfaction: B+ The Main Attraction: Big Cat Habitat is a large-animal rescue sanctuary that puts […]

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RAINY DAY GUIDE

Your Rainy Day Guide to Free or Cheap Indoor Fun in Sarasota/Bradenton

Rain. There’s nothing a Florida mom hates more. Except maybe multiple days of rain. Where you’re stuck between the four walls of your house. And the kids ask for a snack every 15 minutes. And your efforts to give them something healthy like fruit are promptly rejected. And whines for lollipops and cookies quickly escalate to full-blown, kicking […]

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BLOOM: Mother’s Day Event 2017 Recap

Our events would not be possible without our amazing community sponsors. A huge thank you to Sarasota YMCA for hosting us. Thank you to Enzymedica for sponsoring our event. Thank you to Sprouts in Sarasota for providing delicious pastries and fruit, Clever Cup for amazing coffee, and to all our table sponsors listed below. We […]

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Suitcases for an Easier Journey Home for Foster Care Children in the Sarasota Area

We have been inspired to make it an easier journey home for foster care children in Sarasota. We know our Sarasota Moms Blog readers will be inspired too. May was National Foster Care Awareness Month, and during that month, we learned about struggles that foster children face — and how we could help. Recently, we came across […]

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