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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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10 Ways to Tell if Your Neighborhood is Really

10 Ways to Tell if Your Neighborhood is Really a Village

 “It takes a village to raise a child.” -African Proverb It’s one of the most well-known quotes in the world.  The basic meaning is that child upbringing is a communal effort.  Everyone in the extended family, as well as in the wider physical community, is involved in the raising of the children, the tending of […]

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Making Memories in the Lowcountry

Whether you are a flip-flop mom changing sandy diapers or a Charleston Momma shopping on King, entertaining visitors with different agendas is exciting but exhausting. If you are a free-spirit soaking up the salty, natural surrounding or a veteran host looking for new savory dishes and cocktails, there might be a new addition to your […]

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February Guide

Mom’s Guide to February {Family Events Around Charleston}

Charleston Moms Blog is excited to unveil a monthly guide to events in and around Charleston. We know it can be tedious trying to find ways to entertain your family – we are here to help by rounding up some family-friendly activities going on in the upcoming weeks.  There are some awesome events happening in February – […]

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What a Survivor Mom Wants You to Know

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. As you may know, I am a survivor of advanced stage cervical cancer. This experience flipped my life (including motherhood) completely upside down. Once the surgeries, chemo, and radiation were over, I expected to fall back into the same life I’d known before. Yes, I was that naive. I […]

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