My oldest, Dawson, is starting 4k in a couple weeks. I still cannot believe I have a child old enough for elementary school. Dawson has attended day care/Montessori school since he was three months old, but since our third child was born this past February, he has been home with me and his two younger […]
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If you love Lowcountry food and drinks, and would like to experience Charleston’s brand-new dazzling event venue, Merchants Hall, don’t miss the Lowcountry Cuisine Showcase! Join the Charleston community as we gather to taste Lowcountry-themed foods from Charleston’s top caterers Tristan Catering & Events, Salthouse Catering, Duvall Catering & Events and sip an assortment of wines and local beers from Spike by Snyder, in an amazing setting styled by Loluma! Tickets are $25 and available for purchase at merchantshallchs.com/events.
This post is sponsored by Learning Care Group; however all opinions expressed are our own.Choosing a daycare for your child can be one of the most daunting tasks that a new parent faces. Leaving your child in the care of another adult, outside of a family member, can leave even the strongest mama in a […]
Charleston is participating in Strawless Summer, where local restaurants are ditching the plastic straw and opting for more sustainable choices. It is very difficult to recycle plastic straws due to their light weight. Therefore, they end up in the landfill forever, or even worse, in our water ways. To help cut down on this waste, […]
Here in the lowcountry, we are just past the mid-way point of summer break for kids. This is about the time that the shiny new feeling of summer break has worn off. It’s hot outside…really hot outside. The hot weather, plus your children’s friends are out of town, and the kids have played with each toy thousands […]
I grew up in Minnesota and lived in the Midwest most of my life. As a kid, we spent our summers up North at the lake and our winters flying down an ice-coated sledding hill on a blue plastic saucer. We ate Kraft Macaroni and Cheese and fish sticks and lost our minds when the […]
“Uggghhhhh!” If this is how you feel about potty training, this post might be for you. Pre-kids (and pre-boys for that matter) I always said that if a child is old enough to talk, they are old enough to ditch the diapers and use the toilet. It sounds like a reasonable assessment, right? News flash! […]
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