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Best Parks for Toddlers in Collin County

Of the many, many things I never thought I’d have an opinion about before becoming a parent, a passion for the best toddler parks might top the list. I’m not much of an outdoorsy girl—more of a couch-under-a-blanket kinda girl, actually. But then I had a wild, energetic toddler boy, and snuggling on the couch […]

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Collin County Suburb Snapshot: Northwest McKinney

Are you moving to northwest McKinney? This is for you. Do you live here and are just looking for something new to do? This guide to McKinney, TX, is also for you! If you caught our spotlight on southwest McKinney at the beginning of January, you already know that McKinney is bursting with things to do, […]

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A Guide to Collin County Spring Break Camps 2018

Spring break is just around the corner! Here’s a quick guide to some Collin County Spring Break Camps happening around the area this year. Be sure to also check your local city’s websites for some fun Spring Break classes or activities!   Plano Infinite Bounds – March 12-16, 2018 Ages 3-12 Camp Hours: 9am-2pm, Extended Hours: […]

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A Carnival Soiree at Children’s Learning Adventure-McKinney {FREE EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT!}

Mark your calendars, prepare for some fun, and get ready to join Collin County Moms Blog and our sponsors at Children’s Learning Adventure – McKinney for a Carnival Soiree! This FREE event will be packed with activities as you and your children have the opportunity to explore Children Learning Adventure and all that their state of the art […]

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A Guide to Gluten Free Restaurants in Collin County

If you are trying to avoid gluten, eating out can be tough. Typically, your choices are limited (salad anyone?), or you’re worried about cross contamination. However, as education increases on the benefits of a gluten free diet, more and more restaurants are trying to accommodate. Whether you’re celiac, gluten sensitive, or just prefer to eat […]

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