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6 things I never experienced before Charleston

6 Things I Never Experienced Before Charleston

The first time I visited Charleston, I was very pregnant. We received the unexpected news that my husband’s job was being transferred to South Carolina early one Monday morning. Having never been to Charleston, we jumped in the car, and five hours later started exploring our soon-to-be community. Although living in Charleston was never a […]

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Life-Saving Skills for Teens in SC Schools {#cprinschools}

{Disclosure: We’ve partnered with the American Heart Association to bring you this post. All opinions are our own. We would not promote something we did not believe to be true.} Did you know that over 425,000 people in the United States suffer cardiac arrest outside the hospital every year? Throughout the last two years, many […]

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South Carolina’s BEST New Online Children’s Boutique – Youthful Cotton {Giveaway Included!}

{Note: This post is sponsored by Youthful Cotton but the below comments and statements are our own. We would not promote something that we did not believe to be true.} Introducing a new children’s clothing boutique! Shop South Carolina’s own Youthful Cotton, save big, and win a $50 gift certificate! Charleston SC Moms Blog is proud to […]

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Tax Free Weekend 2015

Tax Free Weekend 2015

Tax Free Weekend is THIS weekend in South Carolina folks! Starting Friday, August 7th and ending Sunday, August 9th at midnight, state and local sales tax will be exempt for school related supplies. This includes clothing, shoes, computers, computer software, printers and school supplies such as pencils, notebooks and calculators. It also includes some home goods, […]

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How Charleston Moms Blog Came To Be

On December 24, 2013, I joined an exclusive club. A club filled with women from all walks of life and from all over the world. These women are the diaper changers, the nursers, the boo-boo kissers, the up all-nighters, the cuddlers, the protectors, the disciplinarians, the teachers, the friends. They are selfless and kind, fierce […]

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