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The Home & Garden Show Mpls. – Review 2013

I have never been to The Home & Garden Show before today. I wasn’t really sure what to expect, but my two mini girls had an idea. They remembered yogurt at the Convention Center a couple of weeks ago when we were there for the Camping & RV Show. Read about the fun we had looking at RVs Here.

I guess getting yogurt is our new thing when we go to the Convention Center 🙂


It was just me, the two little girls and baby Isaiah hanging out today at the Home & Garden Show. I thought starting with the yogurt was a good way to begin our trip.


I felt like I was the only one who brought their kids with them. For this reason they got a ton of attention! Extra candy and a couple of over-sized balloons made their day. I love the shirt Jadis picked out for today, too!!

Ruthie didn’t get the fact that I couldn’t see her behind the HUGE balloon 🙂


There were a ton of booths there from hot tubs…


to all sorts of people willing to help you fix up your home for a small fee 🙂


and a variety of  landscaping companies.



If you are unsure of what to do with your old jeans here is an idea


I really enjoyed a section called Naturally Urban Garden. You can take a peek at their website Here. I love the large flowers on the blue wall. I think Muddy Flowers needs to team up with these guys!



I liked the Home & Garden Show. I also didn’t mind having 3 kids with me because we had a great time together.

Jadis and Ruthie were wonderful models.



You can enjoy the Home and Garden Show as well! It is running through this weekend at the Convention Center. Tickets are $13 for an adult, $4 for kids 6-12 and the little ones under 5 are FREE. Find out more information about the event Here.



If you are looking to do some landscaping or remodeling your home this year, the Home & Garden Show is a great place to talk to people in the business of making your house a better home.

Thank you to our wonderful host who let us visit the Home and Garden Show this year. We got a ton of new ideas for this spring!

xoxo Kelly