As parents, good, healthy sleep for our whole family is always a priority. Read The Local Moms Network’s interview with founder with the founder of My Green Mattress, Tim Masters, who launched the company after his daughter Emily developed allergies and eczema as a baby.
Whether you’re hosting a family barbecue, children’s birthday party or adult dinner party we have put together a guide to help make planning a breeze this summer!
If you’re looking for ways to spruce up your patio for the summer season, our friend and fellow Stamford mom, Mariane with Lulu Quadri is sharing tips for an easy patio refresh!
Whether you’re considering improving your home with small changes to make the most of your current space, or launching a massive overhaul, the amazing local vendors in the Lower Fairfield County Moms 2021 Digital Magazine are ready to help you get started.
The Local Moms Network spoke to a pediatric infectious disease specialist from Yale Medicine, who explains some easy ways to keep your family safe from Lyme Disease. Learn more here.
If you are finding your kitchen is in need of renovation or replacement, Ring’s End can help. With 8 kitchen showrooms designed to inspire and help guide you in making decisions for your kitchen project, plus the talent and expertise of their Kitchen designers, you can feel confident you’re doing the best for your family. Learn more here!
The Tarzia Group is Fairfield County’s most accomplished, credentialed & HOBI award-winning home builder & remodeler. 12 licenses and certifications allow expedited decision making so your projects come in on time! Learn more about the company, here!
We love simplifying our life and saving time, and one company that’s helping us do that is Fox Pest Control. Learn more here!
Looking for a fresh start before the holidays? Super Maids can help… and they are offering our followers $30 off a Super Clean. Learn more, here!
You may think since the weather is cooling off, pests like bugs and other critters will start disappearing—but sadly, it isn’t so. According to the experts at Fox Pest Control, some pests actually start appearing in Fall—often looking for shelter or food before temperatures drop. Find out more, here.