This post is brought to you by Wolfson Children’s Hospital.When kids’ bones break, here’s what’s at stake Contrary to what some people think, children aren’t just little adults – especially when it comes to their developing bones. When an adult breaks an arm or leg, the bone simply snaps. In children, bones are more flexible […]
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This post is brought to you by the prenatal and postpartum experts at mumda. Giving birth and the oftentimes stressful period of postpartum afterward doesn’t have to be filled with uncertainty, anxiety and sheer terror — especially for first-time moms. Enter the birth specialists at Jacksonville’s mumda: A group of trained women whose mission is […]
Say goodbye to 2016 and ring in the New Year with a spectacular fireworks display over the St. Johns River. Make your way down to the waterfront with friends or family before midnight to snag a great seat for the festivities. This year fireworks will be launched from a barge on the St. Johns River between the Hyatt and Double Tree hotels and high above the St. Johns River from the Acosta Bridge. These locations are able to be viewed from both the North and South banks in Downtown Jacksonville in addition to viewing from Brooklyn and under the Fuller Warren Bridge where the Riverside Arts Market is held.
This post is sponsored by Everbalance Yoga Barre and Pilates Studio, but all opinions are 100% my own. Change your routine, change your life! This is Everbalance Studio’s motto and after trying a couple of classes, I am a believer. As a fitness professional myself, I hold studios and instructors to the highest standards. I’ve […]
Now that we’re a few weeks into summer are your kids struggling with boredom? Are you and your kids driving each other crazy? Are you wishing they were in camp, but don’t want to spend the money? Or do you have younger ones who aren’t eligible for camp yet? Are you having trouble getting organized […]
I love finding crafts on Pinterest to make with my kids, do it yourself (DIY) projects, unique gift ideas, inspiration for parties, and even recipes.
It was almost three years ago to the day that the talks about sending my first child to preschool began. He was only 15 months old at the time, and as a stay at home mom this was something that had never even crossed my mind. I soon realized there was immense pressure to send […]
As a follow up to my post last week about Easy DIY Valentines for students, I’d also like to share a few simple ideas for teachers. They have the important role of educating our little ones during their most impressionable years. Teachers offer a secure, supportive and engaging environment for them to learn and grow. […]
Let’s face it: many guys just aren’t the best gift-givers. Granted, some gems like my brother-in-law get really cute and creative, coming up with gifts straight out of the best chick flick, but I think a lot of men are probably like my husband–who once gave me a shotgun-shell belt, protective eyewear, and camo pants […]
The Warehouse Sale Jacksonville has “boutique brands at playground prices.” All the items are brand NEW (clothes have tags on them) designer and trunk show children’s clothing at liquidation prices (under $35.00). They will have 12 designers at the sale this fall. While WSJ will of course carry the smocked and monogrammable pieces that the sale was […]
Started by mompreneur Erica Bean, PrintMyPictureOnline.com is your local photos to canvas store, and now offers BEAN Framed designer frames! As a Jax Moms Blog sponsor, Erica wants our readers to have first dibs on her new, gorgeous Storyboard Frames! This one holds three 4×6 photos and is in the BEAN Sassy shape and Cowboy Boots color (if […]
When I was contacted about Jax Boat Club, I recognized their logo from having dinner at Marker 32, but I had no idea exactly what it was. As I soon discovered, they provide an alternative to boat ownership through a members-only club. Since we’ve been married, Mike has gone through a couple of boats, and […]