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Moms Rock Expo Recap

I received tickets in exchange for my posts.

We had an awesome time last weekend at the very first Moms Rock Expo in Minneapolis. It was so fun, let me tell you! I hope you had the chance to go. If not, then take a look at all the wonderful things Mom Rock Expo had in store for us.

The first thing on my list was to see what Hungry Girl author Lisa Lillien would be cooking up for us.  She shared a delicious way to make Mac & Cheese with cauliflower. Nice way to get our veggies in!

Local business woman Junita Flowers-Cathey shared how to bake treats with Truvia.

Next, we headed over to the Kids Corner. My daughter said that Peg & Cat were one of my Gbaby's favorite characters, but she wasn't having it!

At the 3M STEM Stage, author Tiffany Cambridge read her children's book.

This girl! She had a bit of an attitude and decide to pop a squat right in the middle of the isle.

She was all smiles once she had her stickers and sucker.

I was tempted to join in on this line dance lesson.  The lady in the hot pink was getting it!

There was so much to see and do!  I met some really great people and ran into a few friends as well.  I can't wait to see what the Moms Rock Expo team does next year!


  1. I went to a Women's Expo last weekend and it was very fun, just too over crowded due to all the celebrities that was there. Glad you had fun! I love going to expos!!!! #ProductReviewParty

    1. Me too! This one wasn't crowded at all which made it more manageable.

  2. Your grandbaby is cute!!! My kids love Peg + Cat too. They actually had a chance to take pictures with them recently too.

    1. Thank you Sonya! That's funny, Peg & Cat must be really popular.

  3. You grandaughter is so cute! Looks like a fun and event with lots of different activities!

  4. Aww, your gbaby is a cutie. This looks like it was a really fun event.

  5. What a great event and even baby girl had a good time!


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