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    Calling Fellow Pizza Lovers! Have You Tried MOD Pizza?

    We’ve driven past MOD Pizza many times without stopping then we finally did. Guys, they’re doing pizza different and I’m 100% here for it!!!

    I have a confession: Pizza is my favorite food. I’m a New Yorker and have high expectations of pizza so I typically go with what I know around Atlanta. Today Mini and I ventured out and tried MOD Pizza in Decatur.

    We were originally heading out to grab something from the grocery store and to get our nails done. The line at my new favorite salon was a bit long so we decided to grab some food. Signs I’m raising mini right: pizza is also her favorite food.

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    The Atlanta Kids Obstacle Challenge

    I received compensation for this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

    After I had Mini, I became a runner. Like most new moms, I wanted to lose weight but I set the goal of running with the intention of weight loss being a by product. One of my favorite things to do was obstacle course races. In fact, I tried to ask my now husband out on a date to do one–he declined though now he’s completed 3 with me. I was so excited to see that the Kids Obstacle Challenge was coming to town so Mini could finally participate!

    The Kids Obstacle Challenge offers great family fun for those who are super athletic and those not so athletic! Check out a review of the one in Atlanta here and then get registered!

    See, Mini would come with me to all my races and sit on the sidelines with whomever I could get to watch her. I remember her telling me that she wanted to do one and I couldn’t wait for the day that she was old enough to register her. And now she is. I kept it a secret from her until the day before because i knew she would drive me crazy with her anticipation to run.

    The Kids Obstacle Challenge offers great family fun for those who are super athletic and those not so athletic! Check out a review of the one in Atlanta here and then get registered!

    Kids Obstacle Challenge

    We opted to do the non-competitive race only because we had ballet early the morning of the race. I had another surprise for Mini–her bestie, play sister and my bonus baby was going to be doing it with her! My best friend and I got the dads to do the race with them so we got to sit on the sidelines this time cheering.

    The Race

    I got the download of the race from Mini once she caught her breath from running. It was a total of 2 miles and the obstacles started out with the ball pit. She said it was pretty challenging to make it through the pit but they did it. There was lots of climbing but the most important thing was that she didn’t fall. It took them about 40 minutes to complete the race and they loved every bit of it–especially the mud pit that was waiting for them at the end.

    The Kids Obstacle Challenge offers great family fun for those who are super athletic and those not so athletic! Check out a review of the one in Atlanta here and then get registered! The Kids Obstacle Challenge offers great family fun for those who are super athletic and those not so athletic! Check out a review of the one in Atlanta here and then get registered! The Kids Obstacle Challenge offers great family fun for those who are super athletic and those not so athletic! Check out a review of the one in Atlanta here and then get registered!

    There was a really challenging hill at the end and they conquered that easily! Now I will say that Mini’s uncle David is in the Army and I could see how his coaching made the course doable for them. Either way, I was grateful that it wasn’t me getting muddy–this time.

    The Kids Obstacle Challenge offers great family fun for those who are super athletic and those not so athletic! Check out a review of the one in Atlanta here and then get registered! The Kids Obstacle Challenge offers great family fun for those who are super athletic and those not so athletic! Check out a review of the one in Atlanta here and then get registered! The Kids Obstacle Challenge offers great family fun for those who are super athletic and those not so athletic! Check out a review of the one in Atlanta here and then get registered!

    This was a lot of fun for the kids. It wore them out physically and made lots of memories for them. The sponsors were pretty great too. We got to try these new Lara bars that were pretty tasty. They weren’t dry or chalky like many protein bars. And Natalie’s Juice was there. When I tell you that their lemonade is exactly what you need on hot Atlanta days, i mean it! The biggest sponsor was Razor–my kids LOVE their scooters and I love how many options they have that are inclusive of their age range.
    The Kids Obstacle Challenge offers great family fun for those who are super athletic and those not so athletic! Check out a review of the one in Atlanta here and then get registered! The Kids Obstacle Challenge offers great family fun for those who are super athletic and those not so athletic! Check out a review of the one in Atlanta here and then get registered!The Kids Obstacle Challenge offers great family fun for those who are super athletic and those not so athletic! Check out a review of the one in Atlanta here and then get registered!

    Overall, this was a great day. I can’t wait for them to come back to Atlanta so I can do the run with them next time!

    Are you ready to have a family adventure with the Kids Obstacle Challenge?
    Check out their next stops here and get registered!

     

    Are You Coming? The 2018 Atlanta Baby & Child Expo

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    It’s that time of year again! That’s right–it’s baby time!

    The 2018 Atlanta Baby & Child Expo

    The 2018 Atlanta Baby & Child Expo is happening this weekend, April 21, 2018, and it’s the place to be for all the mamas and budding mamas in the Atlanta area. From 11am until 2pm in the Fox Theater Ballrooms, moms, babies, and kids will have the run of the place. If you’ve never been to one of these before, you’re in for a treat. The 2018 Atlanta Baby & Child Expo is the place to be for pregnancy preparation and parenting products.

    This event offers the following:

    • Sweet swag bags awarded randomly to celebrate our fabulous attendees!
    • Experts sharing their wisdom on all things baby!
    • Door prizes worth thousands of dollars (including car seats, strollers, and many of the products on display at the event!)
    • The opportunity to find out about new products you won’t see in the bigger stores!

    –From their website

    Why The Atlanta Baby & Child Expo?

    This event is put together by Desiree Miller of StressFreeBaby.com–a local to the Atlanta area. She’s been putting this expo on for the past 8 years. As a mom herself, she knows many of the things that pregnant and already moms need. The Atlanta Baby & Child Expo has also been recognized as “Atlanta’s Best of” for Event Planning for 2016, 2017, and 2018.

    It's here! The 2018 Atlanta Baby & Child Expo is happening this weekend and you'll want to be in the mix once you see the list of vendors that will be there! Check them out here and then grab your tickets.

    So Who’s Going To Be There?

    That’s the real question, right?

    WSB-TV is a media partner so they’ll be there. MumbelliBRITAX and BBox are sponsoring the event. The vendors list is pretty long but it includes the following:

    Oh, and of course I’ll be there!!!

    Fun piece of information: When I started my first mommy blog The Mommy Memoirs, it was pediped that gave me my first sponsored posting. I had no idea you could make money blogging until I was approached by a woman in the bank I used to manage. She sent me a pair for Mini who was just about 1 at the time and I reviewed them for her!

    I know you’ll want to be in the mix with ALL these amazing vendors so be sure to grab your tickets here ASAP:

    2018 Atlanta Baby & Child Expo

    I’ll see you guys this weekend!

    Experiencing Thai Rolled Ice Cream in Atlanta

    If you’re Atlanta and you’ve never experienced Buford Hwy you’re missing out big time on culture and experience. Today the girls and I ventured out there to learn about Thai rolled ice cream making with I•CE•NY and experienced the deliciousness that is rolled ice cream made in front of your eyes.

    Have you experienced Thai Rolled Ice Cream? If you’re in Atlanta you have check out I•CE•NY on Buford Hwy!

    I•CE•NY In Atlanta

    We got a little lost heading there because I got so interested in all the other stores around it but after a quick U-Turn we made it. When we got there, they were closed ☹️☹️but the owner was there and he opened just for us. Yes, so that means we got a private showing of Thai rolled ice cream and how it’s made.

    Have you experienced Thai Rolled Ice Cream? If you’re in Atlanta you have check out I•CE•NY on Buford Hwy!

    How To Make Thai Rolled Ice Cream

    Have you experienced Thai Rolled Ice Cream? If you’re in Atlanta you have check out I•CE•NY on Buford Hwy! Without going into too much detail, they make the ice cream right in front of you. You choose your base flavor, add some mix-ins and toppings. Here’s a short video from my Instagram story showing you how it’s done:

    Chatting With The Owner

    Because I had the opportunity to have some one on one attention from him, I was able to unofficially interview him. This chain started out in NY by a friend of his and he brought it down to Atlanta. When I asked why he chose this area on Buford Hwy he said he loved this area which is populated by many first generation Asian-Americans. He’s seeking to change the face and impression of the area making it more marketable to the masses. I love his pride in his race and people as well his desire to spread his culture.

    Have you experienced Thai Rolled Ice Cream? If you’re in Atlanta you have check out I•CE•NY on Buford Hwy! The girls and I had a great time as we sat chatting with the owner of this location as well as Dan from The Ice Kitchen located in Kennesaw. If you’re in Atlanta you need to check out the Thai rolled ice cream craze that’s hit!

    Have you experienced Thai Rolled Ice Cream? If you’re in Atlanta you have check out I•CE•NY on Buford Hwy!Have you experienced Thai Rolled Ice Cream? If you’re in Atlanta you have check out I•CE•NY on Buford Hwy!

    Kicking Off the Holiday Season With Santa’s Toy Factory

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    The North Point Mall has partnered with Mattel to introduce a new holiday adventure that will be memorable for the entire family. Santa’s Toy Factory will open on November 11 in the center court area of the shopping center.

    It seems like it was just yesterday that I was making my list for Christmas which included all the latest items from Mattel and Barbie® . Am I dating myself or do you guys remember when the Barbie® Fold N’ Fun House was released for the first time? Now I get to be in the receiving end of all these lists! North Point Mall is a great place to fulfill the items that I’m sure my girls will be asking for since it has all the stores that they love.

    Here’s a bit more about Santa’s Toy Factory:

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    Santa’s Toy Factory is designed to empower creativity through an interactive, immersive experience to meet Santa. Within the 1,600 square-foot space, young guests will have the opportunity to “test” new toys in Santa’s Factory before they get delivered to all the boys and girls on Christmas morning. After they “test” the toys, they visit different stations to digitally design, build and paint toys from Mattel’s iconic brands including Barbie®, Hot Wheels®, and Thomas & Friends.. The grand finale, of course, will be meeting Santa himself for photos and to share their holiday wish list.

    “We are proud to be partnering with Mattel to bring this new, one-of-a-kind holiday concept to life,” said Nick Nicolosi, general manager of North Point Mall. “We are always looking for ways to introduce new brands and experiences to our community and can’t wait to showcase Santa’s Toy Factory this holiday season. We know our guests will embrace it.”

    The experience with Santa’s Toy Factory is free-of-charge and photo packages begin at $39.99. To make reservations to ensure quicker access, please click HERE. If you’d like more information, please visit www.VisitSantasToyFactory.com. North Point Mall is located at 1000 North Point Circle and is home to a plethora of high-quality tenants including American Girl, Lego and the Disney Store.a.

    The holiday season is here! And what better way to kick it off than with Santa's Toy Factory visiting North Point Mall! Be sure to check it out!

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    You Can Be Anything Barbie

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    November 12, 2017
    12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
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    Thomas and His Super Station


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    November 25, 2017
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    Hot Wheels Ultimate Garage

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    December 7, 2017
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    Disclosure: I’ve partnered with Bloggin’ Mamas & North Point Mall to share these free family events with my readers, and am being compensated for this partnership. All opinions expressed are my own.

    Explore Georgia: Sweetwater Creek State Park

    Most days I love living in Georgia. I love how you can escape the madness that is “Hotlanta” and find yourself in a totally different world but not completely out of touch with the six lanes of bumper to bumper traffic. One of the places I love most is Sweetwater Creek State Park.

    Ready? Set? Hike! You would never think that this beautiful state park is just outside the city of Atlanta. Visit Sweetwater Creek State Park today!

    Sweetwater Creek State Park

    This week we had a homeschool field trip to learn to fish. After fishing wrapped up, my friend Ashley from Mommy Week suggested taking a walk to the ruins. The trails all start at the Visitors Center, which also has a museum, so we checked that out first.

    Ready? Set? Hike! You would never think that this beautiful state park is just outside the city of Atlanta. Visit Sweetwater Creek State Park today!

    Visitors Center

    Although quaint in size, the museum was chock full of info. It had remnants from the Civil War, Native Americans, slavery, and more. There was a classroom that contained snakes found in the area and turtles to be seen up close and personal. One of my favorite things to see was the old loon used to make fabric. Ready? Set? Hike! You would never think that this beautiful state park is just outside the city of Atlanta. Visit Sweetwater Creek State Park today!

    The Red Trail

    The kids all equipped themselves with maps to guide us to the ruins that we wanted to check out. The trail is pretty easy to walk–I did it with BC strapped to me in my Tula carrier. Ready? Set? Hike! You would never think that this beautiful state park is just outside the city of Atlanta. Visit Sweetwater Creek State Park today!I loved how there weren’t swarms of flies ready to attack me and then baby. The scenery was beautiful as the trail is along the waterside with huge rocks sprinkled about. Ready? Set? Hike! You would never think that this beautiful state park is just outside the city of Atlanta. Visit Sweetwater Creek State Park today!

    The Ruins

    Omg they were beautiful!!! You couldn’t get to close (safety first) but just being able to see them up against the perfect backdrop of the sky and bubbling waters was breathtaking. The baby and I sat on the stairs and enjoyed the view while the kids walked around exploring. Ready? Set? Hike! You would never think that this beautiful state park is just outside the city of Atlanta. Visit Sweetwater Creek State Park today!Although I was suuuuper sore after finishing the walk I’m so happy I was able to make these memories with the kids.

    Do you go on mini adventures where you live?

    Celebrating ABC in Centennial Park District

    My baby is three! It feels like it was just yesterday that my belly was filled with this baby girl that has completely rocked our worlds since being born but alas, it’s filled with another. On August 13th, she turned 3 and while I don’t believe in birthday parties every year, we were still able to celebrate her life with an Atlanta-style day in the Centennial Park District.

    ABC’s Birthday Itinerary

    We started the day out nice and early and we were scheduled to include 2 attractions and 2 restaurants in Centennial Park District in downtown Atlanta.
    10:00 am – Georgia Aquarium
    12:30 pm – Lunch
    2:00 pm – Private Tour of the Civil Rights Museum
    5:30 pm- Dinner @ Ted’s Montana Grill.

    Pregnancy life cut our day short since I really couldn’t walk after a delicious lunch and fun at the Aquarium.

    Georgia Aquarium

    When the Georgia Aquarium opened, I was one of the people that had pre-purchased an annual membership so to say that I love the Aquarium may be an understatement. But because it was abc’s birthday, we let her guide us around her favorite spots.

    The first stop was the Tropical Diver exhibit–also my favorite. The Tropical Diver is where you can see the luminescent jellyfish float around gracefully. They are so beautiful and everyone was hypnotized by their graceful movements. We got a chance to see Dori and Nemo too! I think this is the first time that we paid attention to the eels on our way out but the mesmerized abc as well.

    Next stop took us on an upstairs adventure to places I hadn’t been yet. We saw the Spongebob in 4-D feature which was really fun. It was the perfect length for antsy toddlers and kept them engaged with the bubbles blowing around. In truth, I don’t know who loved it more–me or the girls! I’ve never explored the upstairs before and I was really missing out!

    Upstairs brought us to the touch pool with the stingrays and other exhibits for the kids to explore that were more interactive. Both of the girls were able to enjoy themselves as I sat down for a much needed break before we left for lunch. We couldn’t leave without grabbing some souvenirs. Abc chose a mermaid–and I was sooooo glad they had brown mermaids–and Mini chose a choker necklace.

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    Kwan’s Deli

    After all that walking around the Aquarium, we were starving! There are so many restaurants within walking distance but we were invited to eat at Kwan’s Deli which is a traditional Korean restaurant that also has more traditional Deli sandwiches. There service was quick and food was rather delicious!

    Check out the quick video with the highlights of our day:

    Many thanks to the Centennial Park District for hosting our epic birthday trip! We loved being able to walk wherever we needed to making it so we didn’t have to waste time looking for parking.

    Have you been to the Centennial Park District yet?

    How To Survive An Amusement Park While Pregnant

    At 28 weeks pregnant I took my kids to an amusement park. Crazy, right? I know... But we survived and had a great time with these 5 tips.

    I’m 28 weeks pregnant with my 3rd child and when Six Flags invited me to come for a visit, I packed my kids up and we went on a trip to the amusement park. Yes, I know. It sounds like I was setting myself up for failure and possibly early labor but I really don’t want my kids to miss out on summer fun just because mommy has a belly full of baby. Plus, let’s be real: our days are way easier when we get out the house. But going to an amusement park while pregnant can seriously lack the “amusing” part if you aren’t properly prepared!

    5 Tips on Surviving an Amusement Park While Pregnant

    1. Wear comfortable clothes

    Now depending on your body type this will differ. My Facebook friends thought it best for me to wear a flowy dress but the way that my thighs are set up? This would be an epic fail. Like my thighs fight for a spot when they walk so between the chaffing and sweat misery would be a guarantee. So yes, I opted for some pants, Chucks, and a flowy top.

    2. Pack your own refreshments

    I’m a firm believer in doing this anyway because those prices are outrageous. How does a 1liter bottle of water cost $4.50!?!? Are these magical unicorn tears that promise hydration for forever? I digress… Make sure that you have some nice, cold water and snacks for you–and the children since they’re going to all of sudden become starving as soon as you whip out your snacks.

    3. Make sure your bag is comfortable

    There is nothing worse than having to fidget with bags and such as you’re trying to map out where you can go. Don’t want to sacrifice style for comfort? My favorite bags are JuJuBe and Lily Jade which offer incredible style and comfort.

    4. Tylenol

    Yep. I know. I hate taking pain relievers–especially when I’m pregnant. But realistically, I need this! I hate telling my kids “No” simply because I’m in pain.

    5. Proper belly support

    I got one of those nifty pregnancy belts to hold BC up in hopes of being able to resume normal activities but I was horribly mistaken. What I learned instead was the best thing for me was KT Tape. Yep, the same stuff that all those super fit people use on their knees, elbows, backs and such. I tape this belly right up and am able to function in life–this includes putting on my panties without falling.

    At 28 weeks pregnant I took my kids to an amusement park. Crazy, right? I know... But we survived and had a great time with these 5 tips.

    #JusticeLeague Battle For Metropolis At #SixFlags

    At 28 weeks pregnant I took my kids to an amusement park. Crazy, right? I know... But we survived and had a great time with these 5 tips.

    Last week we had the opportunity to check out the new 4-D ride at Six Flags Over Georgia and according to Mini it was “so cool and really amazing!” I didn’t go on the ride courtesy of the baby that’s baking in my belly but check out this awesome video that has me super excited to go back at the end of summer!

    We love going to Six Flags. Even though I can’t do rides now, I love how there are rides that are available for my kids to go on where I don’t have to ride with them–yes, even little miss Abc!

    At 28 weeks pregnant I took my kids to an amusement park. Crazy, right? I know... But we survived and had a great time with these 5 tips. At 28 weeks pregnant I took my kids to an amusement park. Crazy, right? I know... But we survived and had a great time with these 5 tips.

    Serving Up Quality Meat With Schweid & Sons

    Schweid & Sons is now serving the South Eastern Region and after tasting the quality of their burgers, my girls and I couldn't be happier!

    When you think of the best burger that you’ve ever had (outside of your mom’s at your family BBQ), what comes to mind? In fact, what makes the burger so good for you? When I think of a good burger, it’s the quality of meat that always makes it. I can always tell when the meat isn’t the freshest or made with quality beef/turkey/chicken. But lately I’ve been wanting beef burgers so when the people from Schweid & Sons wanted me to taste their meat giggle I couldn’t turn it down.

    Schweid & Sons is now serving the South Eastern Region and after tasting the quality of their burgers, my girls and I couldn't be happier!

    Schweid & Sons Grand Opening

    When the girls and I arrived at the location I didn’t really know what to expect. I knew there was going to be food involved and that naturally peaked my pregnancy mind. Plus, Mini and Abc are the presidents and VP of Team Eat Kids so I knew that if we were tasting something, they would be great additions here. Schweid & Sons is NOT a restaurant and that’s important to note. I wouldn’t want you all to see these pictures of these delicious burgers and want to make your way over there expecting to be served up. What they are is a fourth generation, family-owned ground beef purveyer and they supply their delicious meats to some of our favorite restaurants.

    Schweid & Sons is now serving the South Eastern Region and after tasting the quality of their burgers, my girls and I couldn't be happier!

    This was a grand opening because they are now in the South Eastern region after only being in NJ–big props to them!!! Not only is this big for them, it’s also opened up almost 100 jobs here in Atlanta which is great for our economy here.

    Schweid & Sons is now serving the South Eastern Region and after tasting the quality of their burgers, my girls and I couldn't be happier!

    But How Was The Meat?

    I know, this is the important thing, right?

    Schweid & Sons is now serving the South Eastern Region and after tasting the quality of their burgers, my girls and I couldn't be happier!

    Well, I will say that Mini ate at least 3 burgers on her own and Abc held her own with her. Mini kept exclaiming how good the burgers were and once I finally took a bite of one, I could do nothing but agree with her. The meat was fresh and handled with love and that came through in every bite. Due to pregnancy, my burgers were cooked to where there was no pink left and that didn’t kill the integrity of the meat. Each bite was juicy and full of flavor.

    But all the burgers weren’t made with meat! The cake was a burger too!

    Many thanks to Schweid & Sons for inviting my daughters and I out to help welcome them to Atlanta!

     

    A New Way To Play with the Tgoma Trampoline

    In this digital age it can be hard to rip our kids from playing a game on some console or tablet but the Springfree Tgoma makes play different--and digital!

    Disclaimer: This post is sponsored though all thoughts and opinions belong to me.

    Mini was born into the digital age and like her counterparts growing up in this time, she loves playing games–on an iPad/Kindle/Xbox/etc. It seems like the days of going outside to play for endless hours is over. These kids have no understanding of what kind of trouble you’re in if you aren’t home when the street lights come on. Now? Now it seems like the virtual world is taking over our kids’ creativity, imagination, and play time.

    But it’s not entirely.

    Day of Play with Tgoma by Springfree Trampoline

    On May 14th, the TCM crew had the opportunity to check out a new kind of play with a twist on things.

    In this digital age it can be hard to rip our kids from playing a game on some console or tablet but the Springfree Tgoma makes play different--and digital!

    Springfree Tgoma

    I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect when we arrived at the event but I knew that my girls would be 100% for it. Trampoline + Gaming = Guaranteed Fun

    The Tgoma isn’t your normal, run of the mill trampoline. It has a lot of cool features that not only make it incredibly safe but also really fun:

    • There are no springs in the trampoline making it more safe.
    • Because there aren’t any springs, there aren’t those crazy dangerous gaps that your foot can get stuck in and hurt.
    • There’s a netting around it that will bounce you right back in if you hit it. It works really well. I watched a professional tumbler fall really hard into it and it just bounced him right back to the middle!
    • It has games that go along with it. Some of them encourage learning while others are just for fun–either way this is a leg up on your typical trampoline AND just playing on an app on the iPad.

    In this digital age it can be hard to rip our kids from playing a game on some console or tablet but the Springfree Tgoma makes play different--and digital!

    In this digital age it can be hard to rip our kids from playing a game on some console or tablet but the Springfree Tgoma makes play different--and digital!

    My girls had an awesome time with the day of play and I did too. The location made it easy to just fall back and let the kids have fun. Both my girls got a chance to bounce till their hearts content. I really like it because of the educationally focused games. One of my favorite principles with Montessori is in the learning through play and this fits right in with that! If we had the yard space I would be bringing one home for sure since they also have really cool fitness apps!

    How do you get your kids to be active in this digital world?