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Boston Moms is the premier online destination for parents and families living in or visiting Boston. We provide a variety of lifestyle resources tailored to meet the needs and interests of the modern family. From thought-provoking articles and blogs written by local moms to a robust events calendar, Boston Moms offers valuable insights and information on navigating family life in our bustling city.

The website prides itself on fostering a tight-knit community spirit, offering a supportive space where parents can share experiences, advice, and tips on everything from childcare and education to weekend activities and local businesses. Whether you’re searching for the best parks for a family picnic, navigating the local school system, or looking for family-friendly events happening around the city, BostonMoms.com is your go-to guide.

In addition to practical advice, BostonMoms.com also serves as a platform for highlighting local businesses and services that cater to families, including Boston’s Best Kid Friendly Outdoor Dining Spots, best spots for soup in the winter months and cool places in Boston to bond with your kids. With its comprehensive and user-friendly interface, Boston Moms ensures that families have immediate access to events, articles, and resources that are relevant and beneficial to their daily lives.

Boston Moms is more than just a website; it’s a lifestyle resource that truly understands the dynamics of parenting in the city. We aim to speak to hearts of moms looking for support, community, and information, making it an indispensable part of the Boston family experience. Whether you’re a long-time resident or new to the area, Boston Moms welcomes you into its community with open arms, ready to help you make the most of family life in Boston.

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Usually these days if you hear conversation about texting, it's all bad. You'll hear how texting is impersonal and cold and how too many people are texting and have lost the ability to have conversations or even spell words...
We recently got a story for my daughter called "Giraffes Can't Dance." Gerald the Giraffe loves music, but at the big jungle dance he just feels awkward and doesn't fit in. He meanders off sadly to find space to...
Do you helicopter or are you more "free range" when at the park with your little ones? Do you follow little Mary around the playground to make sure she's playing nice with others and not inflicting bodily harm? Or...
Dear C and B, It's hard to imagine you two will be anything other than the tiny curious, cuddly, little babies you are now. But if I have learned anything during my time as a mother, it's that life moves pretty...
As a personal trainer and group fitness instructor, I work with women who are focusing on their goals and hopes for their bodies. I've seen how maintaining a healthy lifestyle can be a struggle, and that challenge becomes even...
Don't Fear a Big Baby - Boston Moms Blog

Don’t Fear a Big Baby

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When I became pregnant with my second child, I was 5'3" and weighed 118 pounds. Growing up, I was always the shortest kid in class and was prominently featured in the front row of all group photos. I do...
This post is sponsored. However, we would not promote or work with a business we did not believe to be reputable or relevant to our readers. With warmer weather just around the corner, I jumped at the chance to try out...
I keep debating whether or not to skip our family vacation this year. My sons will be 2 and 4 this summer. Last year we took them camping on the lake for the first time. It was perfection. My 2-year-old is swimming...
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