Park Adventures

Park Adventures

Who doesn’t love a great adventure that is FREE and open almost every day of the year? Well, my family certainly does especially when it is outside Cox Arboretum is an amazing FREE resource in our backyard. A few of our favorite spots to visit is the Butterfly House, the Bell Children’s Maze, and the(…)

Where is my brain?

Where is my brain?

It might be an old wives tale or myth, but there are days I believe it.  It seems I’ve only had partial brain function ever since my daughter was born.  Before kids, I functioned perfectly fine, and I got sleep.  Now, with a daughter at age 12, I don’t function well, or so it seems,(…)

Fred Garbo Inflatable Theater – An Interview

Fred Garbo Inflatable Theater – An Interview

Fred Garbo is heading to Dayton, so we caught up with him via e-mail and had junior blogger Hannah A. ask some kid-tastic questions.  If you’ve not seen this fantastic show before, now is your chance.  If you have seen it before, it’s always changing, so head over to the Victoria on November 3 or(…)

Mommy Blogger Monday Part II

Mommy Blogger Monday Part II

Bloggers know bloggers – it’s the circle we socialize with online (and in person)!  Here are a few of our favorite posts from our friends in the Mommy Blogging Community.  Check them out and let them know that you found them because of Mom-Spot.com.  After all, they are moms and they need love too! Death(…)

How to Continue Seeing Updates in Facebook

Facebook has made a few changes, and you’re no longer seeing all of your fan page updates in your newsfeed. We want to make sure you are keeping up with all of the amazing posts at Mom-Spot.com Follow the steps below to never miss an update! 1. Log into your personal Facebook account. (This does(…)

A Phone Call No One Wants

A Phone Call No One Wants

Guest post by Tabitha, Life Unadulterated “Hello, Mrs. Merry, I’m Mrs. Nurse calling from the elementary school. I just wanted to let you know that SchoolGirl was absent today and you didn’t call in her absence, just wanted to make sure she’s alright.” It’s a seemingly innocent message, meant to ensure that the attendance is(…)