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Spring has sprung! The warm weather is finally upon us, and April is a fantastic month to get OUT in Boston!  Need some ideas to get out and explore? Boston Moms has compiled a few of our favorite events happening...
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May flowers are in full bloom, and the weather here in Beantown is gorgeous! It is the perfect time to get OUT in Greater Boston! Need some ideas to get out and explore? Boston Moms has compiled a few of...
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These two small-ish projects actually took me several days to finish. And by finish, I mean get everything back in their places so I could once again walk into my boys' room or actually use the linen closet without things falling on me. I love the idea of being organized and tidy, I really do. I just don't think I have what it takes to Marie Kondo my entire house. (Well, my 1,300-square-foot condo.)
Now, we hike often as a family. Family hikes are a fabulous way to communicate with our kids about important things in an emotionally safe way. But most importantly, hiking has been a way for us to bond and have fun and be physically active together in the midst of the daily distractions and chaos and carpools.
Boston-area families won't be able to attend our typical Easter egg hunts this year, but with a little help from our local communities, we can go on an Easter egg hunt while still practicing social distancing! Similar to the "bear hunts" and "chalk walks" we’ve seen happening in neighborhoods all over America, our egg hunt works best if lots of neighbors (young and old) participate.
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