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12 Days of Giveaways 2017 Holiday Gift Guide

Thank you to our sponsors for making this holiday gift guide possible. Here at Seacoast Moms Blog, we hope to inspire you to shop local this holiday season. This year, we chose these businesses based on our readers’ raves and our own team’s personal experiences. We've created a locally-curated and mom-approved gift guide specifically sourced [...]
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Seacoast-Area Photographer Guide Roundtable

Don't miss our Guide to Seacoast-Area Photographers Ashley Shea Photography What style(s) do you specialize in? What types of shoots do you do? I specialize in lifestyle family and child portrait sessions. I offer family, newborn, child portraits, senior portraits, head shots, and small business promotion. What kind of gear do you use? I use a [...]
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When Disaster Strikes- Items That Should Be In Every Seacoast Mom’s Emergency Kit

You’re a mom. You’re prepared for all kinds of emergencies; bee stings, diaper blowouts, lost mittens, broken arms, forgotten homework, and even best friend breakups. But are you prepared if a larger emergency occurs? Watching the recent hurricanes devastate parts our our country has me wondering: if a disaster (natural or otherwise) strikes the Seacoast, […]

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The Polar Express: Dos and Dont’s of Holiday-Themed Trains

The holiday season is a magical time for children everywhere. “The Polar Express” story, written by Chris Van Allsburg, turned this legendary Christmas railroad into a household name. The mystical holiday train is especially popular among people under four feet tall.  In New England, your family can take ride on the magical (and surprisingly authentic) […]

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Poppin’ Tags: Your Guide to Thrift and Consignment in the Seacoast

Let’s talk thrift. Any parent is well aware of how quickly children’s clothing turns over in the average household. If you have a child under the age of two, that cycle is even shorter. Whether it be a growth spurt, unrepairable tears, or excessive stains, some say that the fast-moving fashion industry took it’s cue […]

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Guide to a Stress-Free Professional Family Photo Shoot: Ashley Shea Photography

The post below is sponsored however all opinions (and enthusiasm) are our own. The first time we tried a professional family photo was less than ideal. We had in-laws in town and wanted to capture the moment. My then 3-year-old was not digging the concept. Standing still is BOR-ING! He chose to play peek-a-boo the […]

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