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An ode to my body

An Ode to My Body

I’ve been thinking of how to write this post for months. It’s extremely difficult, as I’m sure my readers can imagine, to write about such an important, yet touchy, topic. The female body, our bodies, whether you’re a mother that has given birth, a mother to fur babies, or no babies at all. We’ve all […]

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Time-where does it go

Time – Where Does It Go?!

We all have the same 24 hours in each day. I’ve heard it a million times. Yet, I continue to marvel at the people who manage to “do it all.” I think those people are actually wizards who have some kind of time manipulation device, because it really seems impossible to fit everything in each […]

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Turning 40

Turning 40.

Two weeks ago, I turned forty. Forty. 40. 4-0. And I’m having a hard time. Any girl who has lived within her 40’s, for any length of time, has assured me that I will love it. Girlfriend after girlfriend has given me a glimpse into the self-assured, confident, peaceful life of one within her fourth […]

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Bloom 2017 {An Event Recap}

Earlier this month, we welcomed 60+ new and expecting mamas to Coastal Pediatrics Associates for an evening of education, fun, and community. We had an absolutely amazing evening at Bloom and we hope you did too!  If you couldn’t attend please check out all of the amazing photos courtesy of Following Seas Photography!  Presented by Charleston Moms Blog, [...]
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Stronger Hair with Eva NYC

This post is sponsored by Eva NYC. All opinions expressed are our own.As a busy mom of two young children, I admittedly do not have a very fancy hair care routine. I’ll wash, dry, and flat iron as needed and I’m not one for using additional haircare products. I have very thick hair that tends to […]

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Missing respect

Missing Respect

Every now and then I see the smile. You know the one that you get from another parent when your kid is being good, I mean really good, and having a respectful conversation in public. My son will speak to everyone like they are family. From running up to Police Officers to give them high […]

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