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You Know You’re a Vermont Toddler Mama If…

Are you a mom? Do you have babies or toddlers? Do you live in Vermont, especially in the Chittenden County area? Then, chances are that you can relate to one or all of these statements. You know you’re a Vermont toddler mama if… Your kids’ first words are mama, dada, Ben, and Jerry. You’ve found […]

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3rd Annual Kids Adventure Games sponsored by CLIF Kid

{Dislaimer: We are working with CLIF Kid to bring you this information.} The 3rd Annual Kids Adventure Games will be returning to Stowe, VT July 29th to the 31st. The Kids Adventure Games features a kid-sized adventure race where teams of two will navigate a ’natural terrain’ inspired obstacle course. Kids can expect mountain biking, hiking, […]

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The Vermont History Expo

{Disclaimer: We are working with the Vermont Historical Society to bring you this information.} We’re excited to be sponsoring the Vermont History Expo! The Vermont History Expo is down-home fun whether you are 8 or 88! The Tunbridge World’s Fairgrounds will come alive as a celebration of Vermont’s history with fun for the entire family. […]

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Why Vermont Moms Love Jay {GIVEAWAY!}

{Disclaimer: We are working with Jay Peak to bring you this information. However, all opinions are our own!} We’ve told you before about how much we love Jay Peak Resort for an amazing local getaway. (Seriously, we can talk all day about it, especially with a margarita in hand.) This time, we thought it would […]

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Weekend Wednesdays: November 6th to 8th

Here are some of our favorite happenings taking place this fall weekend… Saturday, November 7, 2015 7th Annual Autumn Wine & Food Festival @ Shelburne Vineyard A benefit for the Chittenden County Emergency Food Shelf. Join Shelburne Vineyard from 11 am to 5 pm. Free Admission with a non-persihable item for the food shelf. There […]

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Family Friendly Halloween Happenings in and around Burlington, VT

Ever since I was a little girl I have LOVED Halloween. Even now, I love decorating the house, carving pumpkins, coming up with creative costumes for the whole family, and giving out candy on Halloween. What I love most about Burlington is Halloween goes beyond trick-or-treating on October 31st. There are a ton of family […]

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Pumpkin Picking and Corn Maze Round Up!

Autumn in Vermont is, by far, my season. The shift from hot and humid summer days to cool and crisp autumn days leads our family to slow our rhythms and turn our attention inward preparing for the long winter to come. We always look forward to several autumn traditions, one being pumpkin picking and wandering […]

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Weekend Wednesdays: September 18th to 20th

Saturday, September 19, 2015 Shelburne Farms 37th Annual Harvest Festival Come celebrate Vermont farm and forestry traditions through connections with food, agriculture, and community! This day-long festival features music, storytelling, hands-on activities for children, traditional craft demonstrations, educational exhibits on Vermont’s agricultural, environmental, and energy future. Throughout the day, families can participate in hands-on activities […]

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Vermont’s Best Spots for Leaf Peeping and Autumn Eating

Right around Labor Day weekend a little awakening begins in the back of my head. It starts with a longing for cinnamon-scented baked goods and hearty slow-cooked suppers. It grows stronger with each crisp evening and practically sings with the first crunch of leaves under my feet. Fall offers sweet rewards to Vermonters, in exchange for letting go of our short […]

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Our Favorite Places to Go Apple Picking in Vermont

Apple picking in Vermont is just about as good as it gets! There is something about the chilly fall air, the waft of apple cider donuts, and the crisp of newly fallen leaves underfoot that warms the soul. You can take pretty much any side road to find a local farm that lets you pick […]

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