This post was originally published in 2018. It is updated yearly with the most up-to-date information for Boston-area families, but please be sure to check each individual website for information before visiting.  As soon as the warm weather is here...
I arrived on the South Shore almost 12 years ago with visions of starting a new life, creating a family, and settling down in Scituate. What amazes me is how those visions have become a beautiful reality. Manifestation is...
The sun is shining, the weather is beautiful, and outside is calling your name!  Whether you are hiking, biking, or swinging away, there are endless places in the Boston area to enjoy the outdoors! Feel the sun on your face...
Though freshly fallen snow can make even the coldest of winter days picturesque, there comes a point when I’m desperate for spring to arrive. Warmer weather, longer days, birds chirping, flowers budding, and the feeling of renewal uplift my...
If you are considering a major home renovation, you probably want to hear from someone who has BEEN through it before you take the plunge, right? What better way to know that you have chosen the correct company to...
Are you moving to Boston soon? Just moved here? Welcome!  My husband and I relocated to Boston from Dallas in 2018 with our then 2-year-old daughter and a baby boy due 3 months after we arrived in Massachusetts. Having previously...
Are you thinking about renovating your home or perhaps purchasing a home that needs a major remodel? Whenever possible, it is wise to include a design-build firm in your homebuying process. Join us as we chat with David Supple,...
Winter is coming! When I moved to Massachusetts for graduate school in 2009, my plan was to book the first available flight back home to sunny California after earning my degree. Life, apparently, had other plans. Ten years later, I was...
Before we moved to East Boston, it felt like a distant land, far across the water from the rest of Boston. Now, after having lived here for almost a decade, I cannot imagine a better place to live — or raise kids. One stop away from downtown Boston on the MBTA Blue Line or a short water-taxi ride away, it's an easy location for an adventure and offers a myriad of options to parents of young children!
My toddler loves all things climbing and swinging. For a kid who struggled with sensory issues (and graduated from Early Intervention two months before turning 3), a playground is a welcome wonderland. So while counting down the school days, I've compiled a list of playgrounds to visit on the South Shore. Here are all the great places we'll visit this summer — join us!
Although Hopedale is tiny, there are plenty of things to do that are simple and fun, especially for families.
Scituate has a friendly, relaxed, beach vibe to it. With a population of just under 20,000, it's easy to find yourself at an impromptu playgroup!
When your child begins to mutter, “Mom, I’m bored!” you'll know it's time to check out these free (or cheap) things to do in MetroWest Boston this summer.
After hiring a realtor, we decided on Acton. Most importantly, the price was right, the schools and sports were great, and it had a commuter rail station.
Maybe you’ve been in Boston for years, but you’re now having kids and looking to relocate. Maybe you’re planning a move to the Boston area from another city in the U.S. or abroad, and you’re trying to make sense...
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Boston Moms Guide to Corn Mazes

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