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This time of year, pumpkin spice and cinnamon apples are strong aromas in our kitchen.
We absolutely love baking treats as gifts for friends and family.
Recipes for great food gifts is one of the many items you’ll find in the latest Momaha magazine.
If you’re not a foodie, don’t worry. Some of the mom bloggers shared their favorite gift picks.
Learn how to mix ‘n match winter fashion, work smarter, not harder and a few game day recipes.
My 4-year-old daughter so desperately wants black hair like her older brother and younger sister.
“No, no, honey,” I said. “You’re beautiful just the way you are.”
I gazed at her doe-eyed face. I could tell she wasn’t getting it.
So, I pulled out a sheet of paper and markers to draw all of the people in her family — from grandpa to papa to dad and brother. I drew grandma and nana and aunties and uncles. Together, we colored each person’s hair. We only needed three colors: gray, black and brown.
If you have a few minutes today, glance at this month’s momaha magazine.
Art is in the heart of every child. Early exposure is important.
The September issue of Momaha Magazine features ways that you can nourish your child’s love of the arts through his or her school’s art education or community programs as he or she matures.
Find a listing of upcoming kid-friendly productions inside.
The magazine doubles as our fashion issue, featuring fall trends and dapper daddy wear.