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Fall Events

The Ultimate Guide to Fall in Charleston

Fall is upon us! The season doesn’t officially begin until September 22, but with the kids back in school we can’t help but get into the spirit and think about pumpkin patches, hay rides, Halloween costumes, and spooky haunted houses. Charleston has so much to offer when it comes to Fall events so we created […]

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Mommy “Me Time”

This past weekend my husband and I ventured up to Chicago to visit friends. I wanted to go to Chicago but I was dreading all the work that went into such a trip. My wonderful parents agreed to watch my almost one year old daughter so we drove 4 hours to the upstate and flew […]

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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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The Princess Club

“They won’t play with me, Mommy. I’m not part of their club. They say I’m not a princess and only princesses can be in The Princess Club.” Her eyes were filled with tears and for the first time, she didn’t want to go to school. After a little probing, I found out from my daughter […]

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Marching With Pride

Planting seeds for a rainbow colored world In our household, my husband and I try to not avoid controversial topics of conversation with our kids. We subscribe to The Post & Courier, and my husband reads the Opinion section religiously. Our 4-year-old daughter is quick with follow-up questions whenever Drew cracks up over an editorial […]

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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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