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Blogging From: Fairfield County, Connecticut
Tired of only being able to find fun child-friendly activities and events in big cities like New York and Boston? So was Meg Robustelli, until she created Fairfield County Child, the go-to blog to find out where all of the best events and shopping are in Fairfield County for you and your little one. Meg not only wants to offer you ideas for locations to bring your kids, she wants to make sure that each and every business she recommends caters to the happiness of your child. After ten years of marketing, advertising and publishing experience, this mom knows what she’s doing, and she’s sharing her talents with the rest of the mom’s in her neighborhood who just want some fun ideas for creative and healthy activities for any time of year.
Meg graciously separates her ideas into lists like Indoor and Outdoor Activities, Birthday Parties, Classes, For Parents, Free Stuff, Libraries, Restaurants, Shopping and Wellness/Health, to name a few. Along with descriptions of locations like stores, Meg will add her personal story of a visit, and give you her honest review of every aspect of the store, insuring that you are taking truthful advice. If you are looking for more than just lists of stores and restaurants that will cater to your little one, and want a more personal review of these places, then Fairfield County Child will definitely be your new favorite blog. -- Richard Stile
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