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{You’re Invited!} Carnival Extravaganza Opening Night Event for Seussical!

We are THRILLED to partner with the Columbia Children’s Theatre again to bring you a carnival extravaganza opening night family event for the production of Seussical! Join the Columbia SC Moms Blog at The Columbia Children’s Theatre and experience the highly entertaining and family-friendly productions both parents and kids in the Midlands have been raving about! Known […]

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Beyond the Easter Basket :: 7 Ways to Celebrate the True Meaning of Easter

Heads up, mamas! Easter Sunday is coming up soon! Not that you could miss it, since a plethora of themed products already crowds the shelves of every retail establishment across town! These days Easter, once a sacred holiday, has been taken over by bunnies and candy and all things pastel. I really love giving my […]

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{Event Recap!} Magical Opening Night Family Event for Elephant & Piggie

Disclosure :: Our magical opening night event would not have been possible without our amazing team of community sponsors :: Columbia Children’s Theatre | Andrea Wood Photography | The Magic of John Tudor | My Gym | Youthful Cotton | PDQ | TnT Sweets | On February 19, Columbia SC Moms Blog joined Columbia Children’s Theatre for a magical opening night family-friendly event […]

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{You’re Invited!} Magical Opening Night Family Event for Elephant & Piggie

We are THRILLED to partner with the Columbia Children’s Theatre again to bring you a magical opening night family event for the production of Elephant & Piggie! Join the Columbia SC Moms Blog at The Columbia Children’s Theatre and experience the highly entertaining and family-friendly productions both parents and kids in the Midlands have been raving […]

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The BEST of Columbia SC Moms Blog :: Top 10 Blog Posts of 2015

2015 was truly an incredible second year for the Columbia SC Moms Blog! We are so thankful to all you, our readers, who were right there with us as we shared stories about our families, highlighted all the fun things to do in this city we live in and encouraged each other in the equally […]

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Weekend Events for Kids in Columbia {January 1-3, 2016}

— Friday, January 1, 2016 — Snowville Children can climb Mount EdVerest, explore an ice cave, and even tube down Sled Hill, a 25 ft. long slippery slope sure to give thrills to all. Along the way, children will learn about the science behind the snow in a fun and exciting environment. Your ticket to Snowville is […]

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Teaching Your Child the Art of Thankfulness this Christmas - Columbia SC Moms Blog

Teaching Your Child the Art of Thankfulness This Christmas

Christmas is right around the corner, and I can’t help but think about my 3-year-old’s growing awareness of the world around her. What piqued my interest was my husband’s recent trip to the store to pick up some groceries and other odds and ends. He told me that they were in line waiting to check-out […]

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Weekend Events for Kids {December 18, 19, 20}

Friday, December 18 Snowville Children can climb Mount EdVerest, explore an ice cave, and even tube down Sled Hill, a 25 ft. long slippery slope sure to give thrills to all. Along the way, children will learn about the science behind the snow in a fun and exciting environment. Your ticket to Snowville is free with museum […]

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3 Hanukkah Crafts for Kids

Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, begins at sundown on Sunday, December 6 and lasts until sundown Monday, December 14. A great way to teach children about the traditions and story of Hanukkah is through play and crafts. Here are three kid-friendly crafts to share the joy of Hanukkah with your children. Classic Handprint Menorah Make a handprint […]

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Weekend Events for Kids {November 27, 28, 29}

Friday, November 27 Snowville Children can climb Mount EdVerest, explore an ice cave, and even tube down Sled Hill, a 25 ft. long slippery slope sure to give thrills to all. Along the way, children will learn about the science behind the snow in a fun and exciting environment. Your ticket to Snowville is free with museum […]

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