Category Archives: Mom Generations

Marshalls is a Proud Sponsor of the Boston Red Sox!! #MarshallsSurprise

If you know me, you know I love me some Marshalls! Always have, always will! Every time I shop there I leave with a basket full of goodies! It’s the perfect shopping destination for me because I can find stuff for my entire family.

Stuff for my hubs? Check.

Items for the boys? Check.

Fab picks for my daughter? Check.

On-trend goodies for me? Check.

It’s all there and it’s fabulous because the prices are incredible and I’m getting on-trend clothing, accessories, shoes and homegoods. It doesn’t get better than that for

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Her First Concert: Taylor Swift Reputation Tour in Boston for the WIN

Taylor Swift Concert Boston, MA

Her First Concert: Taylor Swift Reputation Tour in Boston for the WIN

I’ll never forget my 1st concert. I was in high school and my parents took me to Lupo’s in Providence, RI to see Meatloaf! My parents were HUGE Meatloaf fans, which means I became one… so when they came to Providence, they made sure to be there and bring me, too! It still makes me smile.

Fast forward all these years later. My daughter is OBSESSED with Taylor Swift because I love Taylor Swift. I’ve played her songs around the house since I was pregnant

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What To Do in New York City with your Teenager (And Not Bore Them)

What To Do in New York City with your Teenager

New York City calls my name. It’s a place I love. It’s a place I feel comfortable. It’s a place that I used to call home. I had 2 of my sons in NYC… my William and my Alex. They were both little when we moved out, so I know they don’t remember ANYTHING at all about it. The best part is that they both love NYC, too. They’re New Yorker’s – well, according to their birth certificate.

I posted about <a href="https://www.momgenerations.com/2018/07/the-benefits-of-spending-one-on-one-time-with-your-kids/

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The Benefits of Spending One on One Time with your Kids

The Benefits of Spending One on One Time with your Kids

William is the oldest McClelland child. He’s our trailblazer. He’s our first-born. He’s the one that made us want more (and more and more) kids.

I’ve always said that William really never got to enjoy the benefits of being the first-born.

William was 3 1/2 months old when I found out I was pregnant with Alex.

William was 19 months old when I found out I was pregnant with Ben.

And then William had just turned 3 when I found out I was pregnant with Henry.

William definitely

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Hemangioma Progress Update: 5 Years Old

Hemangiona Progress Update: 5 Years Old

It’s crazy – even as I gathered photos for this blog post, tears are streaming down my face. I can’t still put into words the fear and the worry I carried for the first year of Victoria’s life when I just didn’t know anything about hemangiomas. This little “pink spot” on her head grew rapidly and aggressively within the first 6-9 months of her life and it just scared me. I was scared not knowing if it was growing internally. I was scared not knowing if it hurt her

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Lobster Experience in Portland, Maine with World Port Seafood

LOBSTER TIME IN PORTLAND MAINE

World Port Seafood and Omaha Steaks invited me to Portland, ME to see behind-the-scenes as to how they give their consumers that true sea-to-table experience with their whole and split tail lobsters. Being a New England girl, I jumped at this amazing opportunity because Maine is a destination that is known for its lobsters.

I even remember as a child driving up to Maine solely to enjoy a fresh lobster lunch or dinner with my family. If there’s a place in this world to get lobster, it’s Maine. I’ve always enjoyed the delicious and fresh

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