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Emotionally Resilient Children

How to Raise Emotionally Resilient Children

Raising emotionally resilient children in a time of helicopter parenting is seriously divergent from the overbearing norm we’ve become accustomed to. You know the parents – they move along the ground under the monkey bars for fear their little one could fall. They apologize on behalf of their child. Or worse, demand apologies from others […]

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The Perfect Pit Stop: 30 Places to Break with Kids in Downtown Portsmouth

I love taking my kids into downtown Portsmouth.  Although, these kinds of excursions take planning; street savvy if you will.  Especially when it comes to food, restrooms, and activities — or as I like to call it, mama’s pit stop essentials.  You see, taking my two toddlers into any public space these days is like herding […]

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Happy Birthday! Seacoast Moms Blog: One Year In Review

It’s our 1st birthday and we can’t believe it! What we can believe is that our content is the heart of who we are and what we aim to provide to you. To celebrate, enjoy our 10 most popular blog posts that were published since we launched. We hope you enjoy re-visiting them as much as […]

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Disney World’s Free Dining Plan: 2017 Details from Our Mickey Travels Agent

This post is written by one of our beloved sponsors. Enjoy and we hope you find it helpful! Seacoast Moms Blog is excited to welcome guest blogger and Mickey Travels Agent, Genevieve Buck! We’ve partnered with Genevieve to share this latest promotion from Disney! Eating Free at Disney? Last week, Disney released their most popular […]

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Thanks a Latte: Five Ways to (Really) Show Gratitude Towards Your Child’s Teacher

Teacher Appreciation Day is upon us.  So, there’s no better time to get creative with your kid(s) and craft the ultimate expression of gratitude for your favorite educator.  Now I’m not talking about raiding your Pinterest boards and rushing to scrap something together in the eleventh hour (although, let’s be honest, we’ve all been there).  I’m talking […]

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