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Not Just Turkey

Not Just Turkey and Trimmings

What does Thanksgiving mean to you and yours? Do you find yourself going through the motions during the holidays? Does it feel mundane, or are you overwhelmed? Do you feel that you or your family have forgotten the real meaning of Thanksgiving? Since my family and I have moved to beautiful Charleston, we are not […]

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Santa Sightings

Santa Sightings in Charleston

Santa Claus is coming to town! You can find Santa in many locations across the Charleston area. Lucky for you, we put together this handy guide to help you plan your visit with old St. Nick! Looking for more family friendly Holiday activities? Check out our Holiday Events Guide! Pictures with Santa at Mt Pleasant Towne Center November […]

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2015 Charleston Holiday Events Guide

The holidays are quickly approaching, and we are here to help you plan your 2015 season! Events are in order according to date. We will be adding to this list as more events are announced. Check back often to stay up to date! Know of an event we missed? Email [email protected] Looking for something specific? Use our holiday event […]

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Costco Mom Hour {A Holiday Shopping Event}

Charleston Moms Blog and Costco present the Costco Mom Hour, a Holiday Shopping Event just for moms! And the best part? It’s FREE? Have you ever wished Costco opened just a tad bit earlier so you could check your Costco shopping off your list before 10:00 a.m.? Especially around the holidays?! Well, this is your chance! On Friday, November 13, 2015, Costco […]

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Exploring Charleston {Mt. Pleasant} Part 1

We’re continuing our Explore Charleston series today by giving you a closer look at Mt. Pleasant and all it has to offer. Oftentimes, I can be overheard saying that I drive in circles around Mt. Pleasant all day, every day. With 3 kids, 2 schools, Ballet, Karate, errands, playdates, trips to the Pediatrician, and the essential […]

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