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As you know, I am working with The Motherhood as a correspondent for Kellogg's and Mom's Homeroom to bring you an exciting new website made for you, mom's, for advice on a wide array of topics. I wanted to bring this news to my readers because the Moms of Mom's Homeroom are filled with great expertise and information for you. With my experience with the show winding down I want to make sure to bring you the news on the next two episodes as well as the last interview with a Mom's Homeroom mom.

My experience seeing the Mom's Homeroom web show being filmed was just amazing. For me it was a once in a lifetime thing, something that will stick with me forever. Everyone I met was so nice and accommodating and I am so thankful that I had the opportunity to meet everyone, especially the mom's. I left the set with so much great advice and I can honestly say that by taking bits and pieces and instilling them into my family, that it has made things a lot easier and better for me, my husband and our children.

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The last of my behind the scenes pictures.

Below is a synopsis of the brand new show that is airing now on Mom's Homeroom:

Children & Socialization - In this episode we take a look at social situations that involve kids of multiple ages such as riding the bus, lunch periods, extracurricular activities, etc. The tips and advice that the Moms have for you will be very helpful in getting your own children ready to head back to school.


Check in with Mom's Homeroom for all your back to school advice and tips and help your kids be ready to go on the first day! And check back soon for my last interview with Victoria from Mom's Homeroom as well as information on the next episode that will be airing next week.

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