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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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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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12 Essential Manners

12 Essential Manners to Teach Your Kids

Is it me, or do kids these days seem socially awkward, discontent, and downright rude?  Not all kids, of course, but it seems that on a daily basis I’m out somewhere and completely appalled at what a youngster is getting away with. So, in case you were wondering what essential manners to teach your children, […]

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A Day for our Moms

When my first Mother’s Day as a mom rolled around, I did a little happy dance. I was fresh out the gates with a two-month-old little girl and thrilled to finally hold the coveted title of “Mom.” I began picturing what this newly meaningful holiday would look like each year. I imagined being showered with […]

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Maternity Leave is the Opposite of “Me-ternity Leave”

Mamas, have any of you had a chance to hear about a woman named Meghann Foye? If not, let me quickly fill you in. She’s the woman who just wrote a book title “Meternity” and who has created quiet a buzz around what she is saying. Her story has been featured on sites like the […]

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