Tonight on 24/7 MOMS ~ Mom fun as we chat it up on Family Time and Getting Those Kids Organized

Are we there yet? Find out on this weeks 24/7 MOMS Live

Where is Trisha? 24/7 MOMS is on the road (water) this week with 2 fabulous guests and lots of MOM fun. That's right we are coming to your computer from_________ and can't wait for you to experience it.

Join Trisha with this weeks guests Andi Walters and Janelle Hester on Tuesday night at 7pm PST and 9pm PST and find out if these moms have left the country all at
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This Week 24/7 MOMS Live Features:

- Why Family Time? Hear Andi share the how's and whys

- Get Those Kids Organized with our keeping it simple tips

- More Giveaways you must have


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