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COVID-19 Community Guide

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2020 Spring Care Guide

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Come Together & Join Us for ‘Virtual Storytime’

Introducing our Virtual Storytime series, where kids and parents across the San Francisco Bay Area can enjoy a good read together in the comfort of your own homes! All Virtual Storytime videos will be available on our Facebook Page and Youtube Channel.   You can join in the fun too! Moms, dads, aunts, uncles, grandparents, teachers, kids […]

Our Debut as San Francisco Bay Area Moms!

Dear Moms, Welcome Home. Over 4 years ago, San Francisco Moms Blog was launched in order to create a community resource which would help connect moms in the city of San Francisco. 2 years after, we launched Mid-Peninsula Mom Blogs. Both sites have since experienced incredible growth and thanks to our incredible readers, we have […]

Join Us, Mama: Open Call for Contributors

We are looking for fresh and diverse voices to join a trust platform where ALL feel welcome. As we continue to grow and evolve, we are building upon our family and extending an invite to moms local to the San Francisco Bay Area! Become a Featured or Guest Writer Are you a San Francisco Bay […]

5 Tips for Supporting Your Students at Home

We are all looking for ways to adjust to distance learning. Whether it is balancing schedules, technology or mental well-being we need more help now than ever before.  Sarah Brown Wessling is a National Board Certified Teacher, 2010 National Teacher of the Year, and mother of three who teaches high school English Language Arts in Johnston, […]

My Baby’s Birth Injury

I had a difficult delivery, with more than 20 hours in labor before being rushed in for an emergency C-section because my baby had a bigger head size and wouldn’t engage for a normal landing. But oh my, when he arrived on Christmas afternoon it was a sight to behold. The rest of our four […]

Secret-cations and Four Other Things to Stop Shaming Ourselves

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Secret-cation. Are you taking one this year? Have you taken one? I came across the idea in a New York Times article that talked about how people were taking vacations in secret. They didn’t want to be scrutinized or criticized for taking a vacation while others don’t or can’t, so that means no sharing on […]

Remembering 9/11

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I had been married for one month on 9/11.  Here is what I remember: I was on my way to work when everything began to unravel. I spent the entire day in front of the office tv. I called my husband, who was teaching a class at the University of New Hampshire to ask if […]

Have You and Your Family Been Counted Yet?

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Did you know that the census, which occurs every 10 years, is mandated by the U.S. Constitution? It’s purpose is to count every resident of the United States and then use that data to determine not only representation in the House of Representatives but also where to direct billions of dollars in federal funding. April […]

2020 Fall Guide

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Flying During COVID-19

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Flying with a child is daunting at the best of times. Packing and planning involves military levels of precision, and the inevitable side-eye from a business traveler who absolutely does not want to be seated next to your infant is never fun. But despite the hassle, being able to fly is a huge luxury and […]

19 Best Toys and Gift ideas for 12 Year Old Boys

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17 Best Toys and Gift ideas for 10 Year Old Boys

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19 Best Toys and Gifts for 9 Year Old Boys

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