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Poke”Mom” Go

Finding ourselves on the back end of a 1,000 mile move to Charleston, where the only person that we knew was our realtor, was a bit overwhelming.  The thing is, people do that everyday.  I’ve moved a lot in my life, but mostly within a 30-mile radius.  This was different.  I left my career, family, […]

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Surviving Your Baby’s Sleep Regression

What is a sleep regression? Ahh, sleep regression. Those two words are enough to send intelligent, highly-capable parents running for the hills (and the coffee).  By definition, a sleep regression,  “generally describes a phase or season in which a baby who normally sleeps well suddenly starts waking more often at night, and refusing naps (or taking very short […]

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Children and Funerals: The Raw Truth

It’s one of those things you don’t think about until you encounter it.  Granted, there are many factors that should be considered before making your decision.  Honestly, when is a suitable time, if ever, to let your child say “goodbye” to a loved one? Both of our boys attended my grandparent’s funeral.  At the time, […]

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Are You Ready For Some Football?

September…it brings cooler weather, mums on front porches in crisp, fall colors, and best of all?  It brings FOOTBALL!!!  I know not every girl enjoys football season; it’s okay!   Does your husband or boyfriend get annoyed when you constantly ask questions during the game?  Do you sometimes wonder what on earth his obsession is?  Maybe […]

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She Let Her Child Do What?!

We’ve all been there at one time or another. You see a parent doing something, saying something, or allowing something that, please insert heavy southern accent here, “Why, I would just never!” Well, I had one of those moments this summer. It was completely out of the blue for me. For years now I have been practicing non-judgment. Don’t […]

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