Evernote, My Sanity Saver

Posted June 2nd, 2011 by Andrea Meyers in Tech

If the name of the software doesn’t announce its purpose clearly enough, then the elephant in the green logo lets you know that this is your organizer, message keeper, note taker, planner, journal, receipt filer—all the important stuff you don’t want to forget. I started using Evernote (free) to take […]

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The Gift of Hockey

Posted May 31st, 2011 by Jean, a.k.a. Stimey in Health, Parenting

There are so many things that my kids have taught me. They have taught me about the intensity that is motherly love. They taught me that I hate homework even more when I’m the parent of the student. They also taught me that I would do pretty much anything for […]

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Surviving Bed Rest

Posted May 31st, 2011 by Stephanie in Parenting, Pregnancy

Everything was going swimmingly with my second pregnancy and I was approaching anything that came our way with a been there done that attitude. Until 29 weeks when I unexpectedly went into labor.  Suddenly I was in the hospital, my toddler having a grand time at Grandma’s house, while I […]

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Finding Balance in a Cupcake

Posted May 31st, 2011 by Victoria Mason in Food

  Some might say that the cupcake is on the way out.  True or not the DC Metro area has grabbed onto to this sweet trend wholeheartedly.  There are over forty cupcakes shops and bakeries that specialize in cupcakes in the DC area.  It can be overwhelming and while the […]

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Four Android Apps I Can’t Live Without

Posted May 18th, 2011 by thien-kim in Tech

Are you jealous that the iPhone and iPad get all the fame and glory? Sometimes it seems like all the fun and cool apps are for the iOS. I’m intensely in love with my Android smartphone. I take it with me when I lay down with my toddler for his […]

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Not Quite Ready for Hoarders

Posted May 18th, 2011 by thien-kim in Living

I love books. I remember many nights when, as a child, I read books by a dim flashlight. Just one more chapter and then I’ll go to sleep. Which of course is just as easy as eating one potato chip.  My love for books and their imaginary friends and landscapes […]

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Five Simple Things to Bring Healthy to Your Life

Posted May 16th, 2011 by Michelle in Health

I admit that I am feeling out of my league by pretending to be the Health/Sports Editor for The DC Moms.   I am not the most avid of sports fans, but thanks to The Husband, I can at least hold my own if necessary!  It’s the Health part of it […]

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Spring- DCMoms Style

Posted May 13th, 2011 by Victoria Mason in Fashion

When Springtime comes to the District and I find myself thinking of the soft pink of the Cherry Blossom petals and work attire.  Work clothes, you say?  How do you go from soft breezes along the Tidal Basin to sensible heels and blazers?  You don’t.  Spring in the DC Metro […]

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Welcome

Posted August 2nd, 2010 by Amie Adams in Entertainment, Food, Green, Health, Living, Parenting, Politics, Tech

The DC Moms? Oh no!  Not another mommy blog! Nope.  It’s not. You can call us mommy bloggers, though I won’t be held responsible for the response you might receive. When you lump us all together as a homogeneous group with no thoughts that differentiate us, you do so at […]

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