Category: farms & PYO

Page Farms: Strawberries

Page Farms Strawberry Fields

 From Sarah C.: One of my favorite parts of spring? Strawberry season. Thanks to our crazy winter weather this year, the start of strawberry season has been a bit delayed with the first farms opening for “pick your own” over…

2013 Fall Guide (with video!)

Have you invested in our 2013 Fall Guide yet? I am not sure why not if you haven’t…but now you can see my face telling you why you need this! I’ve partnered with Macaroni Kid to really get the fall…

Homeland Creamery

Have you met Erin Lane at A Parenting Production?  Erin is a Raleigh girl who is a writer, has her own parenting blog, has been featured at Listen To Your Mother, and is a writer for BabyCenter.  What is even…

Come Out & Play Sculpture Show

As you know from our Instagram feed, the other weekend a friend took me to the Come Out & Play Sculpture Show in Chapel Hill.  This art show was a wonderful, surprise gem for me and my boys.  It happens…

Busy Bee Farm (PYO Blueberries)

Blueberries are finally in (hooray) and the other week my friends and I tried out Busy Bee Farms in Pittsboro. In the past we’ve had good luck at places like Patchwork, Herndon Hills, Cedar Grove (now Nice Berries), and Faircloth. …

Buckwheat Farm (PYO)

Buckwheat Farm Strawberry Fields

Oh my, strawberry season is finally here. Cold snaps and rain has delayed the peak of these delectable red berries, but they are HERE. Of course, at Mom in Chapel Hill we’re reviewed a slew of pick your own strawberry…

Elodie Farms

A couple of weeks ago a friend of mine arranged for a play date at a farm in Rougemont (pretty much in Durham): Elodie Farms.  Elodie Farms came on to her radar for the gourmet dinners they offer: fantastic meals…

Historic Oak View County Park

From Sarah C.: The recent spurts of warm weather tempted me into exploring a park on the east side of Raleigh recently. Having read a post on Go Ask Mom regarding the new preschooler backpack program and the mention of…

Huckleberry Trail Farm

I love pumpkin farms (and yeah, even if it is 80 degrees out we all still dress in flannel and jeans when we go because, well, that’s what you do when you go get your pumpkin).  Accordingly, I was very…

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