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The Productive Struggle

As my middle schooler progresses through life, I am learning as much about graceful failures as he is. One thing, as parents, that we have to embrace is the beauty of the productive struggle. The post...

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Why Some Moms Choose to Homeschool

Rarely is it just one issue that causes parents to consider to homeschool their children. Often it is a combination of reasons. Schooling at home (or anywhere for that matter) is an extremely personal...

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To My Daughter’s Grandmother

This is for the Mom that might not know that. This is for my daughter’s other grandmother. The woman who is a mom to me while knowing me enough to know that I’m my own mom’s girl through and through....

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Noon Year’s Eve with Swimtastic Swim School

Splash into the New Year with Omaha Moms Blog and Swimtastic Swim School! Are you looking for a fun way to celebrate the New Year with your family and friends? The post Noon Year’s Eve with Swimtastic...

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Teacher Gift Giving Guide

You know they’re not making millions, but you want them to know you appreciate what they do. How do you find a good, meaningful teacher gift? The post Teacher Gift Giving Guide appeared first on Omaha...

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A Christmas Budgeting Carol

The ghosts show Scrooge his mistakes and what his future could be like if he continues in his terrible ways. While I cannot perfectly predict what your financial future will look like, I do want to...

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Holiday Traditions with Friends

Over the years, as we have grown into “adulthood” (wow- that word makes us sound old) we have started our own holiday traditions with each other. The post Holiday Traditions with Friends appeared...

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Surviving with a Sick Toddler and a Side of Comic Relief

It’s never a good time when you have a sick toddler. While you’re surviving, the days begin to blur into one another. Even the hours seem to just pass you by and at times you may feel so...

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10 Days of Simple: Helping Your Family Have a Less Materialistic Christmas

Since my own heart bends toward MORE, MORE, MORE I decided to ask around and glean some ideas from others and share my own on how to have a less materialistic Christmas. The post 10 Days of Simple:...

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Being a Holiday Mom Without My Holiday Mom

December 12th, 2014 is a date I will remember just as much as I remember her birthday. It is the day my Mom’s worldly journey ended. Just a couple weeks before Christmas. The post Being a Holiday Mom...

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Organizing the Chaos

I’m a bit of a neat freak. I enjoy organizing. Not just having a home for everything and knowing where it is, but the color coordinated, super pretty (super time-intensive) organizing The post...

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Remember the Magic: Happy Holidays

Magic of the holidays, for many, can be a stress filled time. Life is messy, busy, never goes as planned, and can feel overwhelming during the hustle and bustle. The post Remember the Magic: Happy...

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Finding Time…

It’s beginning to look  at lot like….the holidays. For me, it starts the minute October 1st rolls around, there’s a sort of magic that begins and just builds momentum until January 1st. The post...

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Top 10 Road Trip Tips with Kids {+Giveaway}

This post is sponsored by Clean Fuels Omaha. We only partner with sponsors that we feel will bring the most value to our audience.Together we bring you our Top 10 Road Trip Tips. We surveyed our team...

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10 Things That Turn Toddlers Into Bloodhounds

Toddlers are wonderful, snugly, loving little people. They are cute and cuddly, like teddy bears. However, there are some things that turn them into bloodhounds.  They pick up the scent and begin...

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How to Beat the Isolation of Food Allergies During the Holidays

You see, we often skip events or cannot participate because of our food allergies.According to Food Allergy Research and Education, up to 15 million people in the United States have food allergies,...

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Top 10 OMB Posts of 2017

We are excited to share our top posts of this year! Our team is a group of local moms just like our readers. We have loved sharing our ups and downs of motherhood, our parenting tricks, Omaha loves,...

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New Year’s Resolutions for the Whole Family

I know there is a stigma behind setting New Year’s resolutions. People set lofty goals that are unattainable, dreaming of becoming someone far from themselves. My family looks at the resolutions we...

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My 2018 New Year’s Resolution: Writing Reviews

New Year’s resolutions are looming and I’ve been thinking a lot about realistic and not too time intensive habits I could begin. I wanted to focus on an act of kindness or good deed-a sort of pay it...

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My resolution: To have no resolution

So, this year, I am not setting a resolution. I am not setting myself up for disappointment. I am, instead, going to focus on the small victories. I am going to realize that I cannot do it all at once....

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