As a mom and a physician, I frequently think about my family’s health and how I can continually improve it. By no means do I ensure that my toddler only eats ‘healthy’ foods. Between the goldfish and fruit snacks, I feel most accomplished when he at least gets some calories in him. However, I do […]
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Here are some things I’ve found as I’ve volunteered: I meet new friends. I grow and develop skills I didn’t even know I had. And I have fun – serving others takes the focus off my problems and allows me to see how I can help others in their struggles.
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Colorado Springs Moms Blog cares deeply about our community. To that end, we are running a monthly series called “COSMB Cares.” In these posts, we will highlight a national or international cause and one or more of the local organizations working to improve that situation. May is Foster Care Awareness Month. This fourth installment of […]
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One child is sick and in need of urgent care. The other is having an epic meltdown. So what do you do? Pack their things, load up the car, travel to the nearest ER and sit in a crowded waiting room with two cranky kiddos. We’ve all been there. Instead of dragging your children out […]
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It’s one of my family’s favorite things to do, hunting for little plastic eggs in a field of grass. We wouldn’t miss it for the world, so I’m really happy to share some options for Easter Activities here in the Springs and the surrounding areas. I did my best to come up with a thorough […]
Do you spend a lot of time driving around town? Have you (or the eager new reader hanging out in your backseat) read the names of road signs and wondered how they came to be? Over half of Colorado Springs’ residents were born somewhere else. That means you may not be aware of how our […]
I am a mom of five kids, aged 8-14. And I feel fortunate to live in a school choice state, where we can decide what is best for each child. Three of my children attend the nearby elementary school. I homeschool the other two. This is our first year exploring homeschooling. It has been a […]