Danielle MacGregor

Danielle MacGregor
Danielle is a born-and-raised native to Aurora, CO who recently moved from Fort Lauderdale, FL to Fargo for work and family. Extreme hot to an extremely cold climate makes for fun experiences. She has her bachelor's degree in Communication Studies with a minor in Recreation, Tourism & Hospitality and will always be there to support her Alma Mater, the University of Northern Colorado (Go Bears!), but also tries not to blend into the sea of Bison fans as a UND fan. She is married to her husband, who works in the medical field, and juggles a life of being a wife, momma to two girls and two terriers, and a full-time sales manager. Her house is never quiet, or clean with games, toys and crafting materials everywhere, but she wouldn't change it. Her goal in writing is to help keep your day light-hearted with humor about how things never go as they seem when outnumbered by children, while also sharing topics, tips, and tricks for odd and funky things.
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Guide to Geocaching in Fargo-Moorhead

When I began Geocaching, it was a fairly new concept. I started when I was middle school with my family. We purchased our very first GPS, entered the coordinates, and then drove around town...

8 Best Parks in Fargo for Kids of All Ages

Looking for the best parks in Fargo? Heading to the park is a great way to for kids to burn off energy all year long! Here is a roundup of what I consider to be...

Explore with Kids: Maplewood Park Inclusive Playground

Maplewood Park Inclusive Playground in Fargo is a great spot to spend a few hours!   Maplewood Park in West Fargo is the second largest inclusive playground in the state, right behind Mandan Universal Playground. It's...

Are My Little Kids Ready for Organized Sports?

I’ve been reading a lot of books lately regarding play, focus, organized sports, and learning for kids. And I am at the stage where my oldest is no longer a toddler. As both my kids...

Holiday Travel: How to Set Boundaries

Are you traveling over the holiday break? Whether you're visiting family or simply headed out on a fun trip, traveling can be stressful. From family dynamics, less than ideal weather, trying to stick to a...

I’m Not Part of the In Crowd of Moms

I am a young mother with little kids and I'm not part of what feels like the in crowd of moms. Everything I see is from the outside of mom groups. The In Crowd of...

Moving to Fargo: 5 Reasons I Appreciate the Midwest

When I explain that I've moved from Denver, to Fort Lauderdale, to Fargo, people look at me funny. And I even sometimes look at myself in the mirror and question, “Why did I move...
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St. Patrick’s Day Food Ideas for Kids

For St. Patrick's Day food, my kids don't love traditional Irish fare. Corned Beef and Cabbage? There is no way they'll be eating that. But there are some fun, kid-friendly options out there! Here are...

Stop Apologizing for Living Your Life

Recently, I’ve noticed a trend. As a mother I have found myself apologizing all the time. “Please excuse the mess of my house." “I’m sorry my child was acting up during (insert family function or public...

Ladies, It’s Time for an Undergarment Refresh

It's Spring cleaning season! Time to clean your house and tidy up the yard, but have you thought about cleaning your undergarment drawer? It's time to take out the old raggedy bras you've had...