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10 Birthday Party Ideas in and around Indianapolis

Whether you're looking for a venue or something fun to add to your birthday party, sometimes its hard to know where to start. Save the searching for us! Indianapolis Moms Blog has compiled our ten favorite birthday party ideas to help you find just what you are looking for to make your family's birthday celebration [...]
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The Physicality of Motherhood | A Great Contradiction

My entire body hurts tonight. Aches deep down to the bones. I am tired. I am sore. Even my skin hurts. I have just reminded my five-year-old daughter again to please not jump on mommy. Please don’t climb on mommy. And it is in this plea that I am reminded that I was not prepared […]

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Girls of the World: Let There Be No Room for Doubt

I struck out on my own in terms of business earlier this year. I had always done some design work on the side, but relocating cities and leaving my out-of-home job to work from home while raising my girls was the perfect recipe for me to jump all in and make my dream a reality. […]

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Just Between Friends: Indianapolis Consignment Sale

(Disclosure: Indianapolis Moms Blog received product or payment in exchange for this review; however, all opinions shared are those of the contributor who wrote them.) Kids are hard on clothes. And shoes. And toys. And pretty much everything. Between staining, outgrowing, and losing things, it’s hard to keep our 22-month-old clothed and entertained without breaking […]

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Guide to Preschools in and Around Indianapolis

Finding the preschool that is just right for your family can be stressful and many times we are unsure where to even start!  That's why Indianapolis Moms Blog has compiled a list of some of the amazing schools in and around Indianapolis to help guide your search. Children's Learning Adventure Children’s Learning Adventure (CLA) offers [...]
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Raising an Introverted Child {in an Extroverted World}

Last summer, my sister-in-law graduated high school, and family and friends came from near and far to congratulate and celebrate with her. As the party’s festivities unfurled, my then 10-month-old, became more and more distraught. I spent the majority of the weekend playing one-on-one in a separate room with him. We visited with the masses, […]

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