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The Day The School Lost My Son.

As a parent, I have always been lead to believe that you are supposed to trust those whose sole responsibility is to take care of your children and keep them safe.  However, there are things that can occur that force you to lose faith and result in you being constantly terrified.  On Halloween of 2017, […]

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Children’s Learning Adventure Sneak Peek!

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Children’s Learning Adventure. Although Indy Moms Blog received compensation for this post, all opinions are the author’s. Have you ever driven by Children’s Learning Adventure and wondered what goes on inside?! Us, too. So when we heard about the Children’s Learning Adventure Sneak Peek, we got excited to share […]

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The Orchard School Summer Camp!

Disclosure: Indy Moms Blog received product or payment in exchange for featuring this post. The Orchard School Summer Camp invites your camper to its 28th year of quality camp experience! With offerings for children as young as 3 all the way up to 8th graders in academics, sports, arts, outdoor adventure, and more, there is […]

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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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Where Do We Go From Here? Teaching Our Kids About Hate, Race, and Their Futures

Alton Sterling has died. Alton Sterling was shot by a police man, while on the ground. Alton Sterling was Black. I am a multiracial mom raising three kids just outside of Indianapolis. I easily pass for white, or at least racially ambiguous, and have my whole life. My racial identity always straddles two worlds: caught […]

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The Voice of a Teacher Mom

I’m going to be honest–I never thought about this day coming.  Really, I didn’t.  I knew my son would eventually head off to Kindergarten but woah, that was fast.  And now I’m having to deal with all the emotions that go along with it.  I mean the Kindergarten informational meeting was enough for me to […]

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