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Imagine you’re a student sitting in class, trying to focus on what the teacher is saying. Your stomach is growling, knowing that lunchtime is right around the corner. After what seems like an eternity, the bell rings and there’s...
Meet this month’s Amazing Kid – Lily Sowle! Along with being your typical middle-schooler (enjoying soccer, reading and Snapchat), Lily is the creator of Lily’s League: Cleats for a Cause, which donates gently used cleats and other soccer equipment...
Giuliana Siraguso is like most middle school girls - a passionate dancer as well as lover of gymnastics, art, tennis, swimming, journaling, reading, any type of art. She adores hanging out with her friends and family.  She is also hearing...
It seems the start of 2019 is all about tidying up. With the popularity of the new Netflix show "Tidying Up with Marie Kondo," minimizing stuff and letting go of what doesn’t spark joy in our lives is certainly...

Meals on Wheels Ride-Along

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Volunteering is one of my very favorite things. A few years ago, my friend Megan asked if I'd like to share her Meals on Wheels route. Yes! All the yeses! I know for me, it can sometimes be intimidating...
We're excited to introduce you to this month's Amazing KC Kid - Ava Middleton. Ava, along with help from her brother, Ryder, created Inspire 913 - a magazine for kids, by kids. Read on to learn their inspiration for...
When most kids go back to school shopping at 5 years old, they’re either bored by the whole experience or they focus solely on what kind of backpack they want to buy. Brooklyn Stewart wasn’t a typical 5 year...
Kyler Russell was an 8-year-old boy who couldn't stand a required piece of his baseball uniform - the athletic cup. He fidgeted with it while in the batter's box, on the field and in the dugout. His mom, Brandi,...
Kansas City Moms Blog is proud to be a resource for moms in Kansas City. We enjoy supporting you in your struggles through motherhood and celebrating with you in your triumphs.  Beyond doing our part to develop a strong moms...
Raising children is tough. Even in the most ideal circumstances. Now imagine if you were raising your son or daughter without a place to live, no idea where your next meal would come from, praying you could make your...
Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, #GivingTuesday kicks off a charitable holiday season when many focus their attention (and their resources) on organizations doing important work in their community. On this #GivingTuesday, Kansas City Moms Blog is excited to...
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.   Some sobering facts: 1 in 3 women, and 1 in 4 men have been victims of domestic violence, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV),  20 people per minute are physically abused by...
September is Hunger Action Month which means there's no better time than right now to educate your children and get involved with addressing food insecurity here in Kansas City. Here are four ways you can partner with Harvesters in...
The numbers are staggering. In our area alone, more than 364,000 are food insecure - missing an estimated 65+ million meals annually. More than 112,000 of these are children. Only 59% of food insecure children in our area qualify for federal nutrition...
Join us this Sunday for sips (champagne, wine and tasty non-alcoholic drinks) and sweet treats while checking out the new Kendra Scott location at Town Center.  What: Sips and Sweets When: Noon - 2 p.m., Sunday, April 23 Where: Kendra Scott, 4533 W...

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Guide to Kansas City’s Favorite Drive-Thrus

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Supporting local restaurants is something that is really important to my family, even more so during the current pandemic. I especially love drive-thrus because...