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Aug17
Star Wars Sandwich Cutters

Star Wars Sandwich Cutters

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Yet another reason to look forward to back-to-school.

Aug13
CheeseburgHer Party Bag Hat Contest Winners

CheeseburgHer Party Bag Hat Contest Winners

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Who would have thought that when Lindsay put a paper bag on her head originally four BlogHers ago she would have inspired a creative movement amongst CheeseburgHers and Hims? We’re lucky in that we get to pick ten of you guys. You did us proud.

Aug11
Doodles for Lunch, Dinner and any other time.

Doodles for Lunch, Dinner and any other time.

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My son just loves to draw. And I love to keep his hands busy particularly if we’re out to a meal where waiting even just a normal amount of time can seem an eternity for a busy boy like mine. Luckily, a friend gifted us with Doodles at Lunch a book filled with 36 tear-out placemats with step-by-step instructions on creating awesome doodles.

Aug03
CheeseburgHer Party Time: Bag Hat Contest

CheeseburgHer Party Time: Bag Hat Contest

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Will you be at the BlogHer Conference? (We do hope so!) I’ll be the one on Saturday night eating a McDonald’s cheeseburger and sporting a great bag hat. We’re gonna have our eyes open for the best ones. It’s all about originality and creativity. See our faves from years past.

Jul30
My Favorite Summer Crafts

My Favorite Summer Crafts

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In a couple of weeks I’ll be heading out for the beach which probably means lots of Mom, I’m bored whines by my seven-year old “busy boy” who is always looking for something new to do. So, I’m starting to round up some lists of my favorite (but, easy-to-execute) crafts and activities. Here are a few that I have been keeping bookmarked to myself, but I want to share. I’ll post some more over the next few weeks.

Jul26
Little-Kid-Sized Backpacks

Little-Kid-Sized Backpacks

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Last year, I was excited by the new back-to-school designs of the classic backpack maker Jansport. But this year, I’m really loving the smaller and more size-appropriate backpacks for little ones. Whenever I see a preschooler weighed down by an over-sized backpack I resist the urge to run behind him or her. They seem moments […]

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