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.

Explaining Homelessness to a Four-Year-Old

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Here in Charleston, you’ve heard about the clearing of Tent City-the tiny house project and the multitude of non-profits, higher education institutions and concerned citizens looking out for the 5,040 homeless men, women, and...

Stop Encouraging My Kid to Eat All That Sugar!

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My husband was making dinner when we heard the typical “I don’t want that” comment from my four-and-a-half-year-old when she heard what was for dinner. I was curious what Addison would choose to eat,...

Buying a Piece of My Heart

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Today we bought our Charleston house, something I’ve been dreaming about since the first moment I came here to tour the College nearly 15 years ago. The instant love of Charleston is something most...

The Closet Stare-Down

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I envision myself as the mom who walks her kids in to school perfectly coiffed, confident in her style, and the envy of all the mothers who wonder, “How does she always look that good?”...

Because of Her, I’m a Better Me

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I never thought I'd be a mom to a daughter. I always assumed I'd only have boys. I have what some might call a blunt personality, and with a house full of males, I...