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Omaha Moms Blog Reader Survey

Thank you for being a part of our community!  We value our readers and we want to get to know you better. We are so excited that OMB is one year old! As we are gearing up for year two, we want feedback from local Omaha area moms. Your feedback is VERY important to us! […]

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Omaha Moms Blog :: Introducing Jaimee

Omaha I am a born and raised Omahan and proud of it!  To equate that mathematically, I have lived here for nearly 31 years and am still discovering new things about the city daily.  I grew up in Ralston, a small suburb of Omaha, which gave me that small town taste in a big city […]

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Omaha Moms Blog :: Introducing Bridget

Omaha I was born and raised in Omaha. I attended Mary Our Queen for grade school and Skutt for high school. I ventured west for college and attended the University of Nebraska at Kearney where I earned my degree in middle school and high school Language Arts. After my husband and I were married, we […]

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Omaha Moms Blog :: Introducing Audra

Omaha I’ve lived in Omaha (Papillion) for almost one year. I love that Omaha is big enough that there are plenty of festivals, shopping, restaurants, playgrounds, and parks to choose from, but it’s still small enough that the people are friendly and community-minded. Our family has fallen into place fairly easily, finding a church we […]

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Celebrating Mom Year-Round

A few weeks ago, my husband asked me why my laundry pile was always five times bigger than everyone else in our family. I had no answer. I had never thought about it. He joked that maybe I just wear more clothes than everyone else. If you know me, you would laugh because I am […]

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Top 10 Things to Know About a Large Family

Someone asked me recently if I had always wanted a big family. I quickly answered, “Yes!” I wasn’t raised in a large family, but growing up, I baby-sat for several families with four or more kids. All the neighborhood kids would come over to play and it was utter chaos. I can remember setting out […]

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Money Smart Tips from National Experts

April is National Financial Literacy Month. A month to educate and celebrate spending wisely, thinking through purchases, paying off debt, budgeting, and all things related to money. It so important to celebrate this month and to work with our children to make better financial decisions. Research suggests that children have low levels of financial literacy and […]

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Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

Last month, beloved fans and National Public Television celebrated 50 years of Mister Rogers Neighborhood.  I don’t know about you, but I grew up watching Mr. Rogers and found comfort in his quiet demeanor and the imaginative Neighborhood of Make Believe.  There was this sense that everything had its correct place, daily tasks could be […]

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ISO: Casual Mom Friend

I felt like taking out an ad that read:  I want to live more fully and explore the world of motherhood with a few close friends—any takers? Because motherhood can be lonely, I decided to write a letter instead. Hi Nolan’s mom and dad… Scratch that too hetero-normative-you know better, Becka. Maybe it is two […]

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