Sesame Place End of Summer Events + Ticket Giveaway #SesamePlace

August 19, 2014
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Welcome to Life Without Pink! You can subscribe to me via RSS feed or find me at Facebook and Twitter. Thanks for visiting!Tweet Summer is winding down but there’s still time to sneak in a few more fun adventures with the family. If you haven’t taken the kids to Sesame Place, now’s the time! They have a ton of fun events going on from now through the fall. Here’s a look at August/September events: Back to School Bash: One last hurrah before the start of school! Come for a day of dancing, singing, and a BBQ style meal. When: Saturday, August 23rd and Sunday, August 24th Where: Big Bird’s Riverside Pavilion Price:  Children (2-9) $17, Adults (10 and up) $27, and Children under 23 months […]

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Boy Mom Spotlight: Meet Leslie

August 15, 2014
Boy Mom Spotlight Meet Leslie Boys

Tweet If you are interested in being featured, please fill out this form. Remember you don’t have to be a mom of all boys just one. NOTE: there’s a waiting list and I will contact you about a week or two prior to your scheduled date. Happy Friday boy moms! Today meet Leslie, mom to one sweet boy named Dillion. I love when Leslie said, “He teaches me to slow down, the importance to always laugh, and how to be better person.” So true….children are precious gifts. Keeping reading to learn more about Leslie and her son! Age. Dillon born October 2008 Describe your son. Magical, sweet, loving, and so smart! He is my world, he is thoughtful, he wants to help the world! He will […]

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National Geographic Kids Almanac 2015 {Win!} #NGKInsider

August 13, 2014
Reading Create & Learn

Tweet I’ve always been fascinated with science and biology, except for the dissecting part….that just wasn’t for me. But I think my oldest is following in my footsteps. He is always asking me questions about Earth (he’s a bit partial since he was born on Earth day), the planets, and animals. Just the other day while we were in Target, he had me buy him a chart of our solar system and a map of the world so he could learn about the different places. I’m not one to say no when it comes to something educational. So as you can imagine, he was thrilled to check out the National Geographic Kids Almanac 2015. This book is geared for kids 8-12 years old. The pages […]

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5 Easy Steps to Create Toy Organization that Works for You

August 11, 2014
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Tweet Guest post by Julie Bowman from The Organized Details _______________________________ If you have children, I know you have a space in your home designated for the toys.  It’s probably the space in your home that is often a complete mess.   You keep telling yourself that you need to get it organized.  However, there is always something else more important to get done.  If you are honest with yourself, you don’t even know where to start.  Today is your day to start.  I’m here to help you with easy strategies to go from complete chaos to an organized toy system. Here are my 5 efficient steps to toy organization: Ignore the Mess and Develop a Plan I believe you can be successful in anything if […]

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Celebrating Shark Week!

August 9, 2014
Shark Week Ideas Boys

Tweet Sunday kicks off Shark Week! This is a big deal in my household. My boys LOVE watching Shark Week and it’s a great way for them to learn more about science and nature. I’ve put together a few ways to celebrate with the family and add to the fun!     1. Shark Backpack 2. Gummy Shark Candy 3. Shark Week Coloring Pages 4. Shark Socks 5. Discovery Shark Week Hoodie Shirt 6. Shark Fin Ice Tray 7. Shark Temporary Tattoos 8. Read Sharkopedia: The Complete Guide to Everything Shark If you are feeling brave enough, try carving a Watermelon Shark from the National Watermelon Promotion Board. Not only would it be fun to get the kids involved, but it’s also a healthy snack! […]

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Boy Mom Spotlight: Meet Kelly

August 8, 2014
Boy Mom Spotlight Meet Kelly Boys

Tweet If you are interested in being featured, please fill out this form. Remember you don’t have to be a mom of all boys just one. NOTE: there’s a waiting list and I will contact you about a week or two prior to your scheduled date. Meet this week’s boy mom, Kelly! She’s a mom of four adorable boys. I love how she said, “I always wanted sons and now I have four. Life is good.” Kelly shares a lot of fun facts about her family….so keep reading! Ages. Chase – July 2004, James – September 2006 James, Lincoln -  May 2010, and Isaiah – February 2014 Describe your sons. Oldest is outgoing, smart and loves to laugh. He also has severe peanut/tree-nut allergies and asthma. […]

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Chevrolet Malibu Review and Video #PHIDistrict

August 7, 2014
Chevrolet Malibu Review Products & Gear

Tweet It’s been a busy summer so far. We’ve done a ton of traveling….Virginia visiting family, Jamaica for a much needed vacation, New York to see friends, and most recently Hersheypark for the weekend. I shared some of the fun we had at Hersheypark plus tips for navigating the park with the family. As you know, when traveling with kids you need pretty much everything but the kitchen sink! We had the chance to test out a Chevrolet Malibu for the week and we took it with us on our road trip to Hershey, PA. Now I’ll admit, I was a little hesitate about the Malibu. I thought it was going to be a bit small for my family but I have to say that […]

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10 Ways My Boys Are Alike

August 4, 2014
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Tweet Guest post by Teresa from Embracing the Spectrum ___________________________ Sometimes my house seems like a war zone. Other times, complete peace falls upon the house and I wonder if my children are still alive; but, no, they actually do get along sometimes. You see, despite the fact that they have what some may consider a significant age gap (my oldest is 7 years old and my little one is 3 years old) and the fact that my oldest child has autism, my children share many of the same characteristics. You know what they say, though–sometimes people can have too much in common, and that causes a clash.  Other times, though, it creates a perfect harmony, where they play together magnificently. Let me demonstrate by telling […]

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Boy Mom Spotlight: Meet Jen

August 1, 2014
Boy Mom Spotlight Meet Jen Boys

Tweet If you are interested in being featured, please fill out this form. Remember you don’t have to be a mom of all boys just one. NOTE: there’s a waiting list and I will contact you about a week or two prior to your scheduled date. Wow, I can’t believe that my Boy Mom Spotlight segment is over a year old! It’s been so much fun featuring moms of boys, learning more about them and their sons, and celebrating motherhood! Today, meet Jen from After the Alter. She’s a mom of an adorable little boy, Christian, who is 3 years-old and will soon be welcoming a little girl. Congratulations to Jen and her family – we wish you the best of luck with your new arrival! […]

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