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Summer Movies

Jacksonville Moms Blog’s Summer Family Movie Preview!

The hot summer movie season is right around the corner, so we’ve put together a list of the top family movies you won’t want to miss! Please note the MPAA ratings because some of these are exclusively for your tween/teen set and the rest will be an all-family affair. The summer fun includes everything from […]

Tri Swim Finish

“Tri”ing Something New: Florida’s Summer Sport

When you hear the word triathlete you probably think of the elite athletes that train for hours every day, endure miles of running, swim in the open ocean and own those really expensive bikes. Well, you’re right. Triathlons are an extreme sport for the super fit endurance athlete but they can also be for the beginner […]


Join us for the #CMBNFavThings Twitter Party for a chance to win our favorite things!

Awesome brands. Loads of giveaways. Lots of chitchat. A Moms Night Out from the comfort of your couch. Do we have your attention yet?! You’re invited to join City Moms Blog Network and our 35+ Sister Sites for a fun Twitter party where we’ll chat about 20+ of our network’s favorite products. After hearing about each of the products, […]

Naturally Smart

Smart People Eat Dessert {Naturally Smart Review and Giveaway}

Dessert might as well be my middle name. I know, I know. I am a fitness instructor so people have their doubts about my sweet tooth, but those that know me well can vouch it is legit. I will admit that when I indulge, I try to find something with nutritional value…like eating a handful […]

Classroom Differentiation

My Child’s Teacher Doesn’t “Get” My Gifted Student

The biggest misconception about gifted children is that they are always a joy to teach and are typically successful in the classroom. This is untrue. Gifted children can be obstinate, confusing, too emotional, too energetic, and too talkative. They oftentimes do not find success in the classroom because of boredom, lack of follow through, slow […]


What I Am Learning From My Strong-Willed Child

I have a strong-willed daughter. I often joke that she came out fighting (see previous posts about her condition at birth), and she never stopped. My daughter and I share many interests, but our personalities I admit are rather different. Where I was the child that aimed to please… my daughter has no qualms about demanding things […]