Miami Moms Blog invites local moms to special event, May 4

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Miami Moms Blog presents “BLOOM: a celebration of motherhood,” on Saturday, May 4, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Mercy Hospital Bayside Pavilion, 3663 S Miami Ave.

Pampering opportunities, a Pure Barre Pop-Up Class, giveaways, photos with a professional photographer, a panel of medical experts and a Cravings Bar all await the honored guests, Moms! Attendees of the event will learn about local resources related to motherhood, receive swag bags valued at $125-plus from City Moms Blog Network local and national partners, and connect with other local moms.

“We love to produce high end, quality events for moms as a way to foster opportunities for authentic community. Creating a meaningful community for local moms is one of the primary reasons Miami Moms Blog exists,” said Cierra Bragan, Miami Moms Blog owner and founder. “We are thrilled to meet the moms in our community and connect them with the best resources while enjoying a fun morning celebrating what unites us all: motherhood.”

Guests of the event must register online prior to this event, and can do so at https://miami.citymomsblog.com/bloom-2019-for-new-expectant-moms/. The event is brought to you by Mercy Hospital.

BLOOM is a nationwide event hosted in 57 cities in 29 states throughout April and May as part of City Moms Blog — a fast-growing national network of parenting resource websites. Each of the nearly 100 sites nationwide are owned and operated by a local mom, like Cierra Bragan, who recruits local moms to contribute content and offer expertise in all topics associated with motherhood. All City Moms Blog Network site owners are connected to a network of like-minded entrepreneurs running sites across the country.

Miami Moms Blog exists to encourage, equip and empower moms in Miami with relevant resources and a meaningful community. Visit miami.citymomsblog.com.


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