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Wind farm near Grover, Colorado (DI01908)

Harnessing the Power of Wind

Now, I have three boys, so talking about “wind power” induces a fit of giggles over here, but I’m going to let you get those giggles out now before we dive into the good stuff. All better? Good. Teaching my boys ways they can make environmentally-conscious decisions is something that has become just a part […]

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Wind farm near Grover, Colorado (DI01908)

Harnessing the Power of Wind

Now, I have three boys, so talking about “wind power” induces a fit of giggles over here, but I’m going to let you get those giggles out now before we dive into the good stuff. All better? Good. Teaching my boys ways they can make environmentally-conscious decisions is something that has become just a part […]

Marley Coffee Denver Colorado

#StirItUp with Marley Coffee

Colorado is known for some pretty amazing companies. Some of my favorites are Udi’s, Chipotle and now, Marley Coffee. (Note all my favorites have to do with food and drink… hmmm) Marley Coffee recently invited myself and a few of my favorite bloggers to their headquarters in Denver to learn about them, their upcoming products […]

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Tasty Tuesday: White Bean Chicken Chili

Isn’t soup season just the best? There is nothing easier than throwing a few ingredients into a big pot, adding some broth, and letting it simmer. Not to mention thrifty, since you can stretch small amounts of meat into many servings. Just add some fresh baked bread, rolls, cornbread or muffins and you’ve got a […]

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Christmas Light Viewing: A Guide to the Best of the Metro Area

Did you know? Many historians believe the tradition of outdoor holiday lights began right here in Denver in 1914, with one D.D. Sturgeon (of Denver’s Sturgeon Electric Company) decking out his pine tree with electric lights into red and green paint, to bring his ill grandson some Christmas cheer.  Some of the best memories I have from […]

Bonefish Grill Gift Certificate for Coloradomoms.com Readers!

The Fresh Fish Experts at Bonefish Grill are continuing to celebrate the holiday season in a big way by offering a $10 gift to you and your readers now through December 30.   While you’re there, savor our decadent dishes from our new Colossal Winter Menu featuring favorites like Lobster Stuffed Shrimp with a creamy […]

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Bonefish Grill’s New COLOSSAL Menu

Every year before Christmas, my hubby and I take a night out to reconnect before the chaos, and we use it as a “meeting” to lay out our holiday budget, what are we getting for whom, where are we going on which day…basically all the little details that get lost in the shuffle! It’s a […]

Disneybound Fashion Friday

Disneybound Fashion #DisneySide #FashionFriday

Once again I’m headed to one of my favorite places in the world. Walt Disney World! Naturally I thought I should Disneybound, which is where you dress with inspiration from various Disney characters. It can be close to full costume or more subtle wearing everyday clothes with a Disney twist. Here are a few looks […]

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National Autism Resources Holiday Gift Guide #AutismResources #GiftIdeas

I’m always looking for new products for Brady and ideas to give family members for holidays and birthdays. So many products that are geared towards typical kids are great for autistic kids as well. I’ve written multiple gift guides showcasing various products, toys and even apps over the years. This year, the National Autism Resource […]

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The 2015 Camry & How I Became a Toyota Fangirl #BoldNewCamry

It’s actually been over a month since I attended a local event designed to show some members of the media the 2015 Camry, as well as highlight a few other cars in their line up. I test drove the 2014 Toyota Sienna, affectionately called the “Swagger Wagon” this summer on our annual road trip to […]

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Tasty Tuesday: Brussels Sprouts Your Kids Will LOVE (no, really!)

I’m told that when I was a real little kid, I loved Brussels sprouts. But only the way that my great-aunt made them which involved frying them in vast amounts of bacon fat. Turns out, she was way ahead of her time, because that’s a thing now. Gone are the days of boiled-till-they’re-gray, mushy, bitter, blah […]