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Amy Foster

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Amy is a lifelong Wichita-area resident, with the exception of her college and grad school years. Amy has worked as a pediatric physical therapist for a local non-profit organization during her 22 year career. She married Brett, a youth pastor turned special education teacher and coach, and can be seen supporting Andover Middle School with her two boys, aged 11 & 9, only 18 months apart! They keep her occupied in athletic activities . When she isn't busy momming, she likes to go for walks in her neighborhood.

7 (more) Things I’ve Finally Learned in My 40s

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When I turned 40, I googled, "When does middle age begin?" I was shocked to see that many sources considered 45 the start of middle age. Since I was married to a man 4...

Where to Find Mobile Car Detailing in the Wichita Metro Area

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There's nothing better than a clean car. It feels like such a treat! A clean environment helps provide such a sense of peace for me, and if you are like me, there's not enough...

How to Make Your Own Cocoa Bombs This Christmas

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Earlier this Fall, I started seeing videos come across my social media feed for Cocoa Bombs. The name intrigued me, and I started searching locally, and they seemed to be sold out everywhere. I'm...

Grieving Through “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year”

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My boys have always loved the holidays. When school starts each Fall, they can't wait to decide what they dress as for Halloween. When Halloween passes, they can't wait to participate in our family's...

Top 10 Things to Do in Colorado Springs with Kids

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A few years ago, I saw an article on Wichita Mom about Colorado Springs, and decided we needed to head that direction on a family vacation! It's taken us a few years, but we...

All I Need to Know About Life I Learned from Playing Tetris

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When I was a child in the 80s, a family I babysat had a Gameboy with Tetris on it. I’m not very video game inclined, however I loved that game. There was something so...

7 Things I Wish I Knew Before My First Child Started Kindergarten

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Kindergarten has been a learning experience for our family. We have been used to entrusting our kids to very capable teachers since they have gone to daycare since birth. However, the fact that my...

4 Easy Freezer Meals for Busy Families

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I come from a long line of cooks and bakers. I have dozens of family recipes and they sure remind me of warm memories where love was felt around a dinner table. While prioritizing...

Navigating Isolation and Grief During a Pandemic

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I've heard it said that grief comes in waves. One moment everything is fine, then without warning, a thought, scent, sound, or memory will enter the scene, and tears come flooding down. I've lost...

Drive Through Winfield Isle of Lights | Open Nightly November 20 – December 30,...

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Beginning November 20, 2020 Winfield transitions their wonderful Island Park, to a drive-through Holiday light fun family experience that is currently in it's 27th year. Isle of Lights boasts over a mile long drive...

Dear 2020

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Dear 2020, What a year this has been! I was filled with such optimism at the beginning of the year after 2019 left me feeling a bit weary. My mindset was positive, and I was...

4 Ways to Display Your Holiday Cards This Year

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I love receiving Christmas Cards in the mail. They bring me so much joy to read them and reflect on the family that sent it to us. I love receiving the cards and I...

Fun Fall Family Traditions & Things to Do in Wichita (Even During Social Distancing)

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I love fall. There is something significant about experiencing the seasons transition from when all of nature is at its peak during summer to the brilliant colors of fall. The cooler temperatures, vivid colors,...

Dear Teachers, As You Prepare for A New Kind of School Year

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Dear teachers, As the time draws near for a new school year, the typical feelings of excitement as you anticipate your new classrooms, are probably taken over by feelings you may not have felt before...