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Hanukkah

Eight Enlightening Facts about Hanukkah (Plus a Bonus!)

This year, Hanukkah starts on December 12, and Jewish families around the globe are heating up the oil for delicious latkes and donuts.  Here are eight enlightening facts about the Festival of Lights (plus a bonus!). (1) The word “Hanukkah” means “dedication.”  Following a battle victory, soldiers found the Holy Temple vandalized.  They sought to […]

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Ways to be more intentional and minimal about gift giving

12 Ways To Be More Intentional and Minimal About Gift-Giving

Christmas is my favorite time of the year. It’s the only time of the year when I can tolerate snow and cold, and I feel festive for a solid month. I want to spend my time with my friends and family, decorating the tree, going to ugly sweater parties, driving around to see the lights, […]

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Ultimate Guide to Holidays in Iowa City

The Ultimate Guide to Holidays in Iowa City 2017

Welcome to Iowa City Moms Blog's Holiday Guide 2017! We love our city, and we love the holidays, so what could be better than the combination of the two?! To make planning your holidays simple and stress-free, we’ve compiled all the information and details you need to celebrate the holidays Iowa City style.  From family-friendly events, [...]
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Iowa City Holiday Family Events

Iowa City Area Holiday Activities for the Whole Family

We are so fortunate to live in an area with a wealth of holiday activities to enjoy with your family! So take out your calendar, grab a pen, and plan which activities you’ll enjoy this year! A couple of new additions to the guide this year include some **Mom Events** you can enjoy to have […]

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20things

20 Things I Want My Children to Understand About Christmas

“What’s on your Christmas list this year?” It’s a question that I have heard regularly all month long. I’ve been asked by my husband, my parents, my friends and colleagues. I’ve asked the same question to my husband, our daughter, my parents, my brother, my in-laws, our nieces and nephews, our friends, and my colleagues. […]

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