December 9, 2016

Local Getaway: Olde Time Christmas in Jim Thorpe

  Nestled in the Pocono mountains in Pennsylvania sits a small town called Jim Thorpe. Often referred to as the Switzerland of America or the Gateway to the Poconos, the town is most historically known for burying the body of Native American sports legend Jim Thorpe. Before it was named after the famous Olympian, it was known as Mauch Chunk- which is Native American for sleeping bear. The town came to

Top 10 Toys from BJ's Wholesale Club + Free 90 Day Membership

Brought to you by BJ’s Wholesale Club     On the 9th Day of Christmas, Bronxmama gave to me- the Top 10 Toys from BJ’s to put under your Christmas tree….    Most BJ’s Wholesale Club members will tell you they’ve purchased toys from BJ’s at some point- there are always great deals to be had and exclusive items that you don’t see just anywhere. So, if you’re headed out

Tips for Photographing Holiday Lights

The holidays are magical- Christmas music, beautifully decorated trees, and lots of pretty lights! As parents, your probably snapping away on your phone or camera to capture the kids in front of all of the holiday decor- but we all know how difficult it can be to get the perfect photo in front of all of those lights! So, we turned to local Bronx photographer Richard Rosario to share some

Holidays in the Poconos: Fireside Christmas at The Inn at Pocono Manor

  If you’ve been keeping up with our Local Getaways section here on Bronxmama, then you know we recommend the Poconos often. With something to do year round in every season, it’s one of our favorite places to visit to unplug and enjoy the outdoors. Winter of course, is when folks hit the slopes and take advantage of the snow covered mountains. But the Poconos also offers plenty of other

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