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Janet from Woo Who was totally awesome. When she saw our girls carrying their plush kitty and plush puppy around, she instantly offered to make a balloon-purse for each of them. The girls absolutely loved their purses and kitty and puppy are still happily and comfortably sitting in them 4 days...
Great MDO and Pre-K program
Grace Fellowship Church Pre-School and Mother’s Day Out
My daughter attended Grace Fellowship MDO and Pre-K for a year and a half and loved it. They have a great director with experienced teachers in a string faith based program.
Chuck and Abby do wonderful work
Vasara does a great job with our MDO pics! They also did amazing Senior photos for my daughters. They do so much for Lago athletics-a true community gem!
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Looking for playful sports activities for preschoolers in Cedar Park
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I'm looking for sports activities for preschooler in Cedar Park that focus on play rather than on teaching skills.
My daughter was in a volleyball program when she was 3 and all they did was teaching them the basic volleyball skills, i.e. bump, set, and spike. Way too early for a 3-year...
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A recommendation for everybody who needs passport photos:
We had to renew our daughter's passport. We got her passport photos taken at Walgreens. At the post office we were told that the US State Department may reject her picture since the background is rather pink than white, so we had her...
Good age for first music concert?
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I'm interested to hear when other parents felt their child was old enough to attend their first music concert (with them)? I'm always sort of surprised when I attend a concert in Austin and see younger children with their parents. So what do you feel is a good age and what was your child's first...
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Austin Mom Creates Fun Children's Backpacks - Enter To Win One Of Two Animal Packers
Can you say "CUTE"?Check out these absolutely adorable children’s backpacks called Animal Packers, designed with lots of love, attention, and playfulness by fellow Austin Mom and Nana, Debra Kallinikos, who's pursuing a life-long dream to build a business and watch it grow. Tell Debra which design you and your kiddos like best and be entered to win one of two Animal Packers! Read on for details.
2017 Back-To-School and School Supply Drives In And Around Austin
The average costs for school supplies every year is $35 which creates an extra burden for already challenged families as well as for teachers, who often spend their own money buying missing supplies for their classrooms and students.In order to ease the burden of both families and teachers, school districts that are continuously facing tighter budgets, are trying to outsource the financial obligation by requesting that parents help provide these supplies. Here is a list of Back-to-School Programs and School-Supply Drives in and around Austin.
2017 Schlitterbahn Discounts and Fun Packs
Schlitterbahn Waterparks are fun for young and old (no offense). Ride types and water activities range from kid's play area and family activity pool to a large variety of slides, water coasters, and lazy rivers. Thrill levels range from shallow to special effects, to high speed and high thrill.The Schlitterbahn closest to Austin is Schlitterbahn Waterpark & Resort in New Braunfels.Here are some tips and ways to save on tickets to Schlitterbahn New Braunfels:
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