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Andrea is a SAHM and Project Manager for Indianapolis Moms. She lives in Noblesville with her husband Dan and their two kids, Jonathan and Sarah. They are involved at Congregation Beth-El Zedeck. You can usually see her with a cup of coffee in her hand and a smile on her face. Unless she doesn’t have said coffee. Then she is frowning and running towards her Keurig. Andrea is thrilled to be involved with IM as she goes through motherhood! She loves being able to bond with other parents. Other interests include reading, wine tasting, and working out on her spin bike to stay sane.

Indianapolis Holiday Events for the Family

The holiday season is officially upon us! Indianapolis is filled with so many holiday-themed events this year for you to enjoy. Check out our round-up of Indianapolis holiday events for your family to enjoy...

Your Pregnancy and Postpartum Questions with Doctor Christina Scifres of IU Health

When you make the decision to grow your family, it can be extremely exciting. Along with that, you may have a growing list of questions, especially while we are still living in a pandemic....
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10 Locations for “Trunk or Treat” Around Indianapolis

Can you feel that fall, crisp air? Halloween is coming! And with that, there are events being planned around Indianapolis that will put you in a spooky mood. Check out our round-up of ten...

Rain, Rain Go Away: Rainy Day Activities

Let me start by saying I am NOT an expert at entertaining children. As a stay-at-home mom, I am simply persistent, testing out activities with my two kids. Some work really well, some are...

Trick-or-Treating In and Around Indianapolis

TRICK OR TREAT! While we continue living through a pandemic, it's really nice to know we will have some normalcy come Halloween night. The CDC recently confirmed that trick or treating outdoors in small...

Is My Biological Clock Done Ticking?

It’s near midnight on the eve of my 35th birthday. I’m watching the numbers change on the clock until I see midnight. I go back to the thought that has been consuming my brain...

See Circle City: Guide to Corn Mazes + Haunted Fun

October is such a fun time of year for families in Indianapolis. Not only are there pumpkin patches and apple orchards to explore, but there are a lot of Halloween-themed attractions around Circle City....
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When Your Child Suffers a Sports Injury: Riley at North’s Walk-In Clinic

Now that school sports schedules are filling up your family's calendar again, parents and caregivers need to be aware of resources to utilize in case your child suffers from a sports injury. And if...

IU Health North Hospital: Comprehensive Maternity Services For Moms

When you are expecting a child, finding a maternity center that you trust should be at the top of your to-do list. Look no further than IU Health North Hospital in Carmel. IU Health...

See Circle City: Indianapolis Moms Guide to Sunflower Farms

When I think of summertime, I think of berry picking, splash pads and pool time, and the constant laundering of beach towels. I also think of flowers – bright and beautiful flowers that lift...
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See Circle City: Local Nurseries in the Indianapolis Area

Now that this weather is becoming less fickle and staying warm, we can buy our plants for the summer season. I always like to get a couple of plants to decorate our front and...
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See Circle City: Creek Stomping Around Indianapolis

Growing up in the late 1980s and 1990s, I loved playing in my local park's creek. That kind of unstructured play is something I want to recreate with my own kids this summer. What...

Free Summer Meal Guide for the Indianapolis Area

While school is out for the summer, districts around Indianapolis are offering free and nutritious meals for children and teens under the age of 18. We have rounded up several places for our free...

See Circle City: Indianapolis Moms Guide to Donuts

Happy Donut Day! On the first Friday of June, we all scream for donuts in honor of this sweet holiday! Donut Day was first celebrated in 1938 as a way to commemorate Salvation Army...
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