6 Tips in Dealing with Picky Eaters

6 Tips in Dealing with Picky Eaters

Picky eating can be one of the hardest hurdles to jump with kids.  Either they are truly picky or on a food jag, eating the same food over and over with little or nothing else.  Eating is one of the few things humans can control – when a child refuses a food, s/he is expressing(…)

Gift Basket and $25 Kroger Gift Card Giveaway

We’ve got a few important questions for you.  Email your answers to contact@mom-spot.com to be entered to win a gift basket from Children’s Medical Center Gift Shop and a $25 Kroger Gift Card.  We need your entry by Thursday, January 17th at 5pm. When purchasing diapers, what do you prefer? Pampers Huggies Generic or store(…)

Thunder Nationals Monster Jam

Thunder Nationals Monster Jam

    We’ve got a family 4 pack of tickets for the show on Friday, February 1st at 7:30pm.  to this amazing show. Comment below with the name of your favorite truck for an entry.  Want to double your chances of winning?  Send us an email at contact@mom-spot.com with the subject, I want to see(…)

Kickin’ It with Mommy Zee:  Sucktastic and Awesome at the Same Time

Kickin’ It with Mommy Zee: Sucktastic and Awesome at the Same Time

a.k.a. Week 4 of Back to School with Sifu Jeremy and Mile High Karate Sooooo, the last couple of weeks were both sucktastic and awesome at the same time. If you’ve been following then you know about the uterine shanking and god-awful migraine that gave me a rough couple of weeks. But in the midst(…)

Does a Contract Need To Be in Writing?

Does a Contract Need To Be in Writing?

Guest blog post by Alma Sove, The Law Offices of Sove and Sove   I’ve often heard clients and friends wonder if an agreement they had with someone—a construction contractor, for instance—was enforceable if it “wasn’t in writing.”  So is it always necessary for a contract to be in writing to be valid?   The(…)

Introducing Pay It Forward Family 2013

Introducing Pay It Forward Family 2013

Today at Dayton.Mom-Spot.com we are embarking on a series of projects that we hope will encourage and inspire many families, not only in Dayton, but across the country. Last year, I was surfing the net when I came across Teaching to Give, a blog written by a mom to document her year of giving with(…)