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5 Favorite Fall Activities in Charleston

I love me some Fall. Being from Upstate New York though, there are moments when fall in Charleston makes me a bit sad.  I don’t think I am alone in this.  Fellow Northern transplants: Who’s with me?! I’m not sure whether it’s the vibrantly gorgeous leaves turning on the mountains in the backdrop, the nostalgia […]

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Car Seat Check

  The day we went to the hospital to be induced, my husband drove around Mt Pleasant like a mad man trying to find someone that would do a car seat check. This was our first baby and that car seat had to be secure! He went to the fire department, who sent him to […]

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Exploring Charleston: King Street {Market to Calhoun}

Welcome to our first post in a new series highlighting different areas of Charleston. Whether you are playing tourist in your own town or visiting for the first time, we hope this series will guide you on your way. Today, we’re sharing our favorite spots on King Street, from Market to Calhoun. It’s not a secret that I love Charleston. […]

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Clements Ferry Road Living…

Everyone – “Where do you live?” Me – “Off of Clements Ferry Road.” <crickets> Everyone – “Oh, so on Daniel Island?” Me – “No, but close!  Just a few miles down the road.” <side eye> Oy!  Can you relate? I know MANY of y’all can! There are several neighborhoods off of Clements Ferry Road. The Retreat […]

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Fall is my Downfall

Fall has always been my favorite time of year.  It represents the excitement of school starting, the anticipation of the holiday season, the entrance of cooler weather {finally!} and the general feeling of starting anew. Not to mention the pumpkin carving, hay rides, Halloween parties, family gatherings, pumpkin flavored everythings….etc. And the past few years, Fall has also been […]

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