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Author Archive | Erica Rabhan

life without diapers

Life Without Diapers

One of my most bizarre parenting moments has been watching a human that I pushed out of my body, learning to push a poop out of his body. We are in the midst of potty training, and I’m oddly proud, extremely grossed out, and thrilled that our life with diapers has ended. My little guy […]

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The Wide World of Play Dates

The Wide World of Play Dates

“Can I pleaseeeee go to a friend’s house?” is the first question I’m greeted with when I walk in the door. My favorite five-and-a-half year old has recently discovered the world of play dates and she is obsessed. From our yard, I can see several other houses, so I’m comfortable with her riding her bike […]

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the working mom juggle

The Working Mom Juggle

It was an early Monday morning and my living room had just begun to fill with daylight. I had gotten up extra early to make sure everything on my to-do list was complete because I had an early flight to catch for my monthly business trip. My little girl, with her messy hair and her […]

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the side hustle

The Side Hustle

Ladies, I must say I’m impressed. All over social media you are making an extra buck for your family with your side business. Whether it is Arbonne or Beauty Counter or Stella and Dot, I have a network of people who are working their regular job, their side hustle as I affectionately call it, and […]

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EXPLAINING

Explaining Homelessness to a Four Year Old

Here in Charleston, you’ve heard about the clearing of Tent City-the tiny house project and the multitude of non-profits, higher education institutions and concerned citizens looking out for the 5,040 homeless men, women, and children living in the streets of the Holy City. I’m ashamed to say I never really thought much about this epidemic […]

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Stop Encouraging My Kid

Stop Encouraging My Kid to Eat All That Sugar!

My husband was making dinner when we heard the typical “I don’t want that” comment from my 4.5-year-old when she heard what was for dinner. I was curious what Addison would choose for dinner, so I asked! She thought for a moment and happily replied, “I would choose pasta with sprinkle cheese (it’s what we […]

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