Erica Rabhan

Erica Rabhan
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A South Carolina native, Erica is originally from the Upstate and has moved back to Charleston with her family after a 10 year, traffic-filled hiatus in Atlanta, GA. Having lived in only two states she likes to explore different cultures through travel and food.  Of all the hats Erica wears her most important roles are as a wife, mother, daughter and fundraiser for her alma mater, College of Charleston. She has been married to her college sweetheart for 13 years and together they have to kiddos that keep them on their toes.  She prides herself on being honest about motherhood and enjoys learning from other moms who tell it like it is. When life offers a little down time Erica enjoys wave jumping at the beach, unapologetically watching bad TV and organizing and re-organizing everything from the dishwasher to the sock drawers to help calm her inner OCD.

Team Mom and Dad

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You have all had that moment when your child runs up to you and ask for a piece of candy. You stop and think to yourself, “Didn’t we have doughnuts for breakfast?” Then they...

Decision Fatigue Is Soul-Crushing

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The number of months we have been in this pandemic continues to mount. I’ve lost count of the number of decisions I make every day. My guess is it is in the hundreds. I...

A Love/Hate Relationship…With My Phone

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The phone rings. I glance over to see who it is. If it is my parents, I always assume someone has died because when your parents get to a certain age often someone has,...

Our Favorite Charleston Restaurants for Takeout

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My family likes to eat! Going out to try new restaurants or tasting new types of foods makes us feel like we are on an adventure, traveling to a new place. During the pandemic,...

Child-Led Parenting: How It Changed My Family

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You leave the hospital with this beautiful bundle of joy basking in the glow of new parenthood...and then you arrive home and think, “I have no idea what to do with this human!” Sound...

Teachers: We Are Asking Too Much of You

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Teachers: We are asking too much of you. For years they honorably come to their place of employment that has, at times, more resembled a social service office, medical provider, and food pantry rather than a school...

A Night Just For Us

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I often see posts on social media talking about only having eighteen summers with my kids or the ones that tell me the days are long, but the years are short. These make me...

Learning Your Child’s Love Language

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Everyone knows relationships take a lot of work to make them successful. But when we think about those relationships, it’s often in the context of adult relationships – your spouse, a friend, your parents...

Dear Boss, My Mornings Are Exhausting

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Having two young kids is generally tiresome. Add a full-time job to this equation and the mornings are exhausting. For my entire professional life, I’ve worked for bosses who didn’t have tiny people. This...

Let Them Fight (Sibling Rivalry)

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As an only child, I grew up in a house that was quiet, calm and generally uneventful. Both of my parents worked, so when I was old enough to stay home by myself, I...