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Family, love and other mysteries: a community love letter

Family, love and other mysteries: a community love letter

Some things just can't be explained. Love is one of them but we know it when we feel it. Even though children may not remember the exact details of events at home or at school, they will remember how those occurrences made them feel. Celebrate with your community today.

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Bison, art, free fun and a day out: find four reasons to love the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum with your children

Bison, art, free fun and a day out: find four reasons to love the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum with your children

If you haven't been to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum lately, find out why you should plan a day out to enjoy its latest exhibition.

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Lyric Theatre's "Curious George and the Golden Meatball:" art, joy and four other reasons your kids should see it with you

Lyric Theatre's "Curious George and the Golden Meatball:" art, joy and four other reasons your kids should see it with you

Everyone's favorite monkey is at Lyric Theatre through Feb. 17. Find out about the show with these four reasons to take your kids!

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America's Incredible Pizza: happy kids and three more reasons to go

America's Incredible Pizza: happy kids and three more reasons to go

Every now and then as a parent, you get to make an announcement you know will spark joy: "We're going to America's Incredible Pizza!" Find three more reasons to visit this newly-revamped venue.

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The January slump: three ways to get past it + how to raise a reader from author Julie Falatko

The January slump: three ways to get past it + how to raise a reader from author Julie Falatko

January always feels like an uphill climb after the holidays. Moving everyone forward in their routines, wrangling homework and dinner plans all feel like a chore sometimes. I think everyone's focused on #mariekondo-ing their house and making New Year's resolutions fit or not into daily life. Hot Wheels do not bring me joy but how would we live without them?

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About This Blog

Callie Collins lives and writes in north Oklahoma City. She and her husband have four sons, Sam (11), Isaac (6), Gabriel (3) and their youngest, Jacob-Peter, was born in 2018. Callie graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma with degrees in Spanish, public relations and journalism. She has worked in PR and marketing since 2007 and is MetroFamily's marketing director. When Callie isn't working, you'll find her reading, exercising or out with her children at a local event. 

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