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I Want to be a Bad Mom

I recently went to see the “Bad Moms” movie with a bunch of my other mom friends. Just like any other night out without the kids and with a little wine involved, it was a fantastic evening. The movie was a little crass but absolutely hilarious and hit the pressures of motherhood right on the nose. […]

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A Visit to the Summerville Farmers Market

One of my favorite things to do on Saturday mornings is to wander the Summerville Farmers Market.  It’s your typical Southern small town farmer’s market, with banjo pickers, popsicles, and miles of fresh veggies grown just up the street.  Even its location {tucked behind Town Hall on Main Street} stereotypes the small town atmosphere!  The Summerville […]

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Get ready! 4 Week Family Health Challenge Starts Monday!

{Disclaimer:: This is a sponsored post. All comments and statements are our own. We would not promote something that we did not believe to be true.} Get ready! Charleston Moms Blog and the American Heart Association have partnered to bring you the 4 week family health challenge.  The challenge starts tomorrow on August 29th! What better way […]

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A BUSY MAMAWORKOUT

A Busy Mama Workout

Hey, I get it.  I’ve had three kids and am well into my thirties.  I’m settled into my wonderful adult life, and for the most part, content with my physical appearance…although overall less wrinkles and lumps would be preferable.  However, picking at left over chicken-nuggets don’t constitute healthy meals, and chasing toddlers somehow doesn’t burn […]

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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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