He’s a 25-year-old Omaha guy who plans to blog about life as a single dad.
No offense to any octogenarians out there. I’m just not ready to be you yet.
So, here we are, staring at Easter already and… more candy.
She intended to work with children, but her love for health and fitness ultimately took over her career ambitions.
“Mom, what’s a lesbian? … Someone at school called me one, and I want to know what it is.”
It’s time to dust off those shelves that never see a dust rag, clean out those kitchen cabinets and my clothes closet.
Tag Archives: playdate
Halloween bowling? What?
That’s right, kiddos. Two of your favorite activities have been combined into one big event.
The free family-friendly event features one-hour of bowling for up to six people per lane (includes free shoe rental for children), complimentary pizza and refreshments, a haunted laser tag, photo booth, trick or treat stations, costume contests and more.
Join momaha for a Back To School Bash at the Omaha Children’s Museum, 500 S. 20th St., this Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon.
Momaha members will get an hour of exclusive play from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. before the museum opens its doors.
It’s a way to meet local moms and dads, celebrate going back to school and tour the “A Bug’s World” exhibit.
The Back to School bash features a science show, super crayon meltdown, hear a story, and decorate your own notebook or bookmark!
Our trip to the Omaha Children’s Museum’s “Itty Bitty City” exhibit was so much fun, we’ve decided to do it again.
This time my daughter Gabriella and I plan to invite the entire family.
I hope you can join us for a momaha play date today from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
It’ll be held in conjunction with the museum’s “First Friday Family Date Night.” The theme is “Superheroes”.
The Omaha Children’s Museum’s new exhibit, “Itty Bitty City” opened.
Several of us are getting together today for a momaha play date from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to check it out. Join us.
I’m going to take a moment to nerd out a little bit.
Itty Bitty City is a 10,000 square foot kid-powered metropolis filled with an airport, ambulance, bank, construction site, park and more. All are inspired by more than 30 Omaha businesses.