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Work-at-Home Mom: The Worst of Both Worlds

Of course, there are a million reasons why being home with your kids is so rewarding. But if you’re a work-at-home mom, that comes with it’s own curve balls.  What work-at-home moms don’t share is all the guilt we feel, too. Often, everyone thinks working from home means that we can drop anything for our children […]

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Transitioning to Kindergarten–Are YOU Ready?

Are you ready for kindergarten? I have heard this question countless times in the past year. I’ve started answering honestly–NO! I try not to be too emphatic in my answer. I joke, “I’m not ready, but she is!” But it’s the truth. My daughter is ready. She’s excited to play on the kindergarten playground, make […]

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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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Celebrate Summer Playdate

Need to get the kids OUT of the house this summer? Looking to meet some other moms? Want your kids to receive a goody bag while you get a chance to win a giveaway? Then come out and Celebrate Summer with Sarasota Moms Blog! Who :: All Sarasota and surrounding area mamas and their families What […]

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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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