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Inflatable Waterslide Giveaway

It has been HOT here in the Lowcountry and summer is just getting started! What better way to cool off and have fun than with this awesome inflatable waterslide (retail value $400)! Enter to win at the link below!   Good luck & happy summer from your friends at Charleston Moms Blog and City Moms Blog Network! […]

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Young Love In Y2K: How I Met Your Father

Well, kids, every great love has a story and this is ours. The year was 1999. I was a sophomore in High School and I had just celebrated my sweet sixteen. I had a few boyfriends but I never really cared. Most of my friends were boy crazy but I was not. Something I’m going […]

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Pocahontas & Vegas: How I Met Your Daddy

In October 2005, my junior year at Purdue University, my life was changed forever. It was the night before Halloween, I was dressed up as Pocahontas and out and about with my fabulous college roommate, Sarah Moebius(now Sarah Anderson). We were happy go lucky, with no cares in the world.  I remember seeing your daddy sitting […]

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A Father’s Hero

My husband is our family hero, but he has his own hero. Here is his story… Father’s Day. It means so many different things to so many people. To me, it is a day, like most of my days, that I honor the man who made me who I am today. My father is and […]

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Collared Shirts and Categories: How I Met Your Dad

A baby blue Polo shirt. That’s what I saw the first time I met your Dad. I tried very hard to ignore his piercing green eyes and charmingly handsome smile. I made myself focus on the collar and color he was wearing. “Preppy guy, of course, “ I said to myself. We were hanging out […]

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Then It Hit Me: I’m a MOM.

When I heard Taylor Swift’s 1989 tour was headed to the East Coast, I quickly looked up to see how far of a drive we’d be making to see her. Charlotte, NC – only a 3 hour drive. We’re doing it. I’ll have just given birth, but we’re doing it. As much of a TSwift […]

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Sweet Sounds of Motherhood

I joined the sisterhood of motherhood three months ago. Leading up to my initiation into the club, I studied up as much as I could about what to expect upon my little one’s arrival.  Of course, I read plenty of articles about the 5,000 weird and gross things a person sees her body go through […]

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