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Shopping at Kroger is Fun with Marvel Micropopz!

Shopping at Kroger is Fun with Marvel Micropopz!

  Disclosure: This is a sponsored post in partnership with Kroger and Kroger Marvel Micropopz!. All thoughts and opinions are those of The Mommy Cooler. Who says shopping can’t be fun? Most moms cringe at the thought of bringing their children along shopping, myself included! […]

St. Jude Scientist Offers Simple and Effective Tips to Best Protect Children from Extreme Sun Exposure!

St. Jude Scientist Offers Simple and Effective Tips to Best Protect Children from Extreme Sun Exposure!

THIS POST IS WRITTEN IN PARTNERSHIP WITH Michael Sheffield, St Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and its affiliates. All opinions are of Dr. Pappo of St. Jude’s Children Research Hospital. This post contains affiliate links. As the summer season approaches, pediatric skin cancer scientists at St. Jude Children’s […]

Smart Water Safety Tips for Families While Traveling this Summer!

Smart Water Safety Tips for Families While Traveling this Summer!

THIS POST IS WRITTEN IN PARTNERSHIP WITH Kyle Kramer of Great Wolf Lodge and its affiliates.  ALL OPINIONS ARE MY OWN. Summertime is almost here and what better place to kick off your summer adventures by planning a family vacation to the beach, lake or […]

Holiday Weekend Coming Up? Plan for an Easy Impromptu BBQ  for Summer Fun!

Holiday Weekend Coming Up? Plan for an Easy Impromptu BBQ for Summer Fun!

With summer right around the corner, there is nothing like the warmer weather and the days getting longer to make you feel great. BBQ’s get the summer mood going for the entire season. Planning parties, in general, are not that easy especially if you are […]

5 Steps to Avoid Sun Damaged Skin for the Whole Family

5 Steps to Avoid Sun Damaged Skin for the Whole Family

As the weather gets better we have to remember to take care of our skin not only for ourselves but for our children. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, “Each year in the US, nearly 5 million people are treated for skin cancer.In 2006, in […]