Tag: holidays

Collectively Curated: Fall + Winter Recipes

As the weather turns cooler, I feel the age-old pull to cook and bake and savor the delicious smells that creep into the nooks...

Messenger Kids: Bringing Loved Ones (and Santa!) Closer this Holiday Season

Guess who is back at Messenger Kids this year? Santa! This is the neatest thing ever. Truly magical! Parents can once again opt-in to allow their...

Sister Site Spotlight: Holiday Edition, Part 2

City Mom Collective is proud of the work our Sister Sites are doing to connect moms in their communities nationwide, and this part of the year...

Mom Must-Reads :: Week of December 3rd

Want to know what other moms are reading about? We've pulled the top 5 posts from across our Sister Sites just for you! The Elf...

Celebrating Holiday Traditions :: Just Add Sprinkles – Episode 5

Join Stephanie and Morgan, owner of our Boston Moms Blog sister site, as they discuss holiday traditions and the various ways families celebrate the holidays.

A Simple Holiday :: Just Add Sprinkles – Episode 4

Join Stephanie and Jama, author of the post A Friendly Holiday Suggestion From a Mom with Too Much Stuff, which originally published on our sister site, Chattanooga Moms Blog, as they discuss everything that comes with being a mom during the holidays.

Mom Must-Reads :: Week of December 4

From crying in Target to non-mug teacher gift ideas, read our most popular posts from across the country this week!

Mom Must-Reads :: Week of November 20

From adoption stories to limiting the "stuff" this holiday season, check-out some of the most popular posts from our sister sites!

JW Marriott San Antonio Brings Holiday Cheer

JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa specializes in making happy memories for their guests, especially during the Holiday season.

Wrap It Up! {Creative Holiday Wrapping Tips}

We all know how the saying goes, don’t judge a book by it’s cover. While that’s a great rule to live by in general, when it comes to gift giving, I find myself focusing more on the presentation of the gift than the gift itself.