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The Annual Thanksgiving Chop-n-Sip

      Picture the night before Thanksgiving.  You probably get out of work a few hours early because your boss is excited to get their holiday started earlier too. You rush to get a few last minute items at the grocery store (which they are probably sold out of because you waited until the […]

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How to *Win* at Black Friday Shopping

Attention, Ladies Who Work WAY Too Hard on Thanksgiving: Please practice the following in the mirror daily until it rolls off your tongue and is delivered with plausible believe-ability: “I just *have* to get to Kohl’s RIGHT when they open at 6:00 tonight! So, husband-of-mine, oh-love-of-my-life, I can’t POSSIBLY clean up all the Thanksgiving leftovers. […]

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PMB Weekly Event Roundup {Nov 19-26}

Ahhh, Thanksgiving Week! Dreams of relaxing, joyful time spent with family and friends morph into hectic travels, last minute turkey defrosting, and the age old question — Black Friday shopping or sleep? Don’t miss Roger Williams Park Zoo’s Free Admission Day and remember the best time to enjoy the holiday festivities around New England is […]

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12 Days of Giveaways with Providence Moms Blog

The holidays are here and we're bringing you some holiday cheer! Except where indicated, all winners will be selected at the giveaway campaign end. Be sure to scroll down and enter any giveaways you missed! Palomino {Wall Hanging} To Win: Like Providence Moms Blog on Facebook. Like Palomino on Facebook. Enter your email to the [...]
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The Sunday Before Thanksgiving

We are thrilled to Partner with Trinity Rep this Holiday Season to bring you our favorite Holiday Traditions. I am from a very large, very loud, Italian-American family. Growing up, we celebrated two holidays, Christmas Eve and The Sunday Before Thanksgiving. Christmas Eve comes with the territory. Any Italian worth her Parm knows Christmas Eve is […]

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On Mom Tribes and Diversity

  Writing or talking about the race issues that are going on in our country is really difficult for me. Between senseless shootings, the Ku Klux Klan marching, and things I have experienced as a biracial woman in America, it’s just all too much. There is so much emotion that I am afraid tap in […]

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