Cameron Dixon

Cameron was born and raised in rural Ravenel. Her hardworking family owns a blueberry farm in Ravenel, which helped put her through rigorous nursing school at Clemson University. She has been a registered nurse since 2009 and is currently a nurse in the Neonatal ICU at the Medical University of South Carolina. She is happily married to her high school sweetheart and has one daughter and one son. Cameron loves the outdoors and her favorite hobbies are boating in the picturesque waters around Charleston, riding ATVs, and camping with friends.

Being the “Best Mom” While Dealing With Mental Illness

My son made me this small drawing a few weeks ago, right around Mother’s Day. I’ve been keeping it on my desk so that I can enjoy it every day. But when I see it...
My Experience Working from Home Charleston Moms (1)

Learning to Manage Expectations While Working From Home

Working at home is HARD. Getting used to this new routine in my house has really got me on the struggle bus. I am a registered nurse who has worked in the hospital my entire...

Wishes for My Kids in 2020

Only 25 short months separate the ages of the two high-spirited beings that I affectionately call my children. Both born in the fall, the first wasn’t quite out of diapers before the second made his...
The Christmas Tree Debate Charleston Moms

The Christmas Tree Debate

The big Christmas tree debate. We have it almost every year in our house, and I’m sure it goes on in many other houses as well. Should we get a real or artificial Christmas tree? This...
Guide to Second Grade Sleepovers Charleston Moms

Guide to Second Grade Sleepovers

So I did a thing last month. I hosted a sleepover for my daughter’s eighth birthday. And let me just say . . . it didn’t go as I had imagined. It was absolutely...
Recognizing the Reality of Infant and Pregnancy Loss Charleston Moms

Recognizing the Reality of Infant and Pregnancy Loss

We were all so very excited. Our family was growing and I was going to get another sibling! I vaguely remember twenty years ago when my mom and dad told us the news.  Of course,...