Moms of Miami: Carolina Baena @jetlagmode

Carolina is a super down to earth mom with an incredible taste for fashion. She has a very unique style which resembles the tropics, all its colors and perfectly paired textures. Her creative instincts are just as dominant as her business ones and her humble (and hilarious) charisma makes of her a wonderful conversationalist. Carolina’s…

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4 Ways to Conscious Parenting – Part 1

Part 1 and counting…. We’ve had some days of tantrums and typical 2 year old confusing behavior and I was set on finding a better way to help my kid and ultimately my husband and myself. No, we’re not the perfect model of a family, faaar from it actually. I still yell sometimes during a…

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What To Do During The Miami Solar Eclipse, Moms.

I think it’s a pretty awesome thing to be able to see this event, but how can you and your family fully enjoy The Solar Eclipse? So what’s this eclipse all about? This solar eclipse happens for the first time in 38 years and crosses the continental U.S. for the first time in 99 years.…

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Baby & Tot Book Swap

I’m a big fan of up-cycling and buying ‘second hand’ in an effort to: one, spend waaay less money and two, not promote mass production/ big corporations as much as I can…blah, blah, blah, to save the environment, you get it. It’s not easy to engage others in shopping second hand stores for kid-related things (although most of my son’s…

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Early Learning at Home- Baby activities 0-13mos.

You’ve heard that babies learn from the womb and if you’ve sung to your belly, called your baby’s name and had a few cozy chats with him or her, you’re on the right track. After they’re born their brain develops rapidly until the age of 5. You know the rest. New kid: brand new brain. A clean…

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New Look, New Concept

Well not really a new concept. M+D is still a blog about motherhood only more focused on design- minimalist design and lifestyle, rather. Recently I started following @theminimalists and listened to their podcast, watched their documentary and regained the interest that I had in college years. I won’t go into detail about it now but…

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