How Can You Bring a Child Into This World?

How Can You Bring a Child Into This World?

We live in a very scary world.  Terrorism. Poisoned water. Mass shootings. Hate crimes. Infectious disease outbreaks. Every time we turn on the television or click into social media, we’re bombarded with reasons to be afraid. Good reasons. Reasons for hiding in our homes, under the covers in our bed. Except that our beds are […]

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Surviving the Toddler Bed Transition

Sleep.  Since we first bought him home from the hospital, sleep has been our greatest challenge as parents. Three years in, and in the midst of transitioning to a toddler bed, and little has changed. If the NSA is snooping on our Google searches right now, the most popular search they will find is “Toddler […]

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Holiday Traditions at Union Station and Crown Center

We have lived in Kansas City for almost 10 years now, but it wasn’t until three years ago when our daughter was a toddler that we really explored the city during the holiday season. We quickly fell in love with the holiday atmosphere at Union Station and Crown Center and have established holiday traditions of annual visits during […]

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#GivingTuesday Harvesters

Giving Tuesday: Support Harvesters Community Food Network

Kansas City Moms Blog is thrilled to partner with Harvesters to highlight their work in supporting those in need of food assistance in our community.Pre-Black Friday prices. Black Friday. Cyber Weekend. Cyber Monday. This week was all about BUY, BUY, BUY. My mission each holiday season though is to combat the materialism and the clutter of the season […]

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Noon Year's Eve | Kansas City Moms Blog

Ring in 2017 … Before Nap Time!

Ring in the new year with the whole family – and be done before nap time!   Kansas City Moms Blog, together with Pinstripes of Overland Park, Prairiefire and Pediatric Partners, P.A., are hosting an end-of-the-year event for the entire family.   Included in your ticket for this annual sold-out event: Bowling (choose a 30-minute session) Horse and wagon [...]
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Revolving House Playgroup

Five boys happily, yet crazily run around my house. Around and around. Tromping upstairs. Turn around! Back downstairs. Hurry! They disappear into the back yard. They’re all clad in turtle shells and capes holding Nerf guns, weapons and anything else they can use for strict super hero communication purposes.  I love their noises. Their screams. […]

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Winter Car Seat Safety Reminders

Hi, mama! Winter is coming, and this is a great time to chat about some car seat safety reminders. We have all seen the sanctimommy who just can’t keep herself from dispensing unsolicited advice. I promise it won’t be like that! I am not a CPST (Child Passenger Safety Technician), but I am mom to a one-year-old and […]

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#CostcoMomHour

Costco Mom Hour {Kansas City} Recap

This post is sponsored by Costco in conjunction with our national Costco Mom Hour event.On Friday, November 4th, more than 800 attendees (along with 40,000+ at warehouses across the country) joined Kansas City Moms Blog at the Midtown and Overland Park Costco locations for #CostcoMomHour. KCMB was excited to partner with City Moms Blog Network and Costco […]

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Top Misconceptions About Conception

We have partnered with Olathe Medical Center to bring relevant and important information to KCMB readers through this sponsored post.We’ve all heard at least one old wives’ tale about how to get pregnant. Elevate your hips for 20 minutes after intercourse, maintain a certain position during intercourse, use a lubricant to help the sperm swim […]

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Meet Dr. Jean Pallotto, Neonatologist at Children’s Mercy

Kansas City Moms Blog is thrilled to partner with Children’s Mercy on a six-part series featuring working moms at Children’s Mercy.Dr. Jean Pallotto is a neonatologist who delivers and treats babies in a variety of high-risk situations. She is the Medical Director of the Children’s Mercy Intensive Care Nursery and also serves as a professor […]

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