Erin DiNicola

Erin DiNicola
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Erin and her active duty Army husband have a 5-year-old, a 4-year-old, and baby boy and girl twins! Erin is also the proud owner of FIT4MOM Charleston, part of the nation’s leading pre-and postnatal fitness program. A former US diplomat, Erin has lived and worked all over the world. She is a former nationally ranked 100m and 300m hurdler, a certified yoga and prenatal yoga instructor, and holds additional certifications in Barre, TRX Barre, and as an ACE group fitness trainer. On a daily basis, she aims to show her babies that women can be both soft and strong, and that one must never give up, no matter what!

To My Fellow Moms Kicked in the Rear by 2020

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I see you. I am you. This year....bless its heart. It sucked. The many pivots of 2020 We had to learn to homeschool with five-year-olds who are way more tech-savvy than their parents. There is nothing...

101 Things Charleston Moms Are Grateful for This Thanksgiving

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Not sure if you've noticed, but 2020 has gone a bit off the rails! It's been exhausting, stressful, and challenging for many of us, but as Charlotte Brontë said, "Gratitude is a divine emotion:...

A (Double) Trouble-Free Dental Visit

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When you have twins, everything takes a little bit longer to plan and carry out, including routine medical and dental appointments. Wrangling two rambunctious two-year-olds plus their siblings does not make for a particularly...

Tips for Evacuating with Kids During Hurricane Season

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We are officially in hurricane season and based on the past few years, that means that we should expect an evacuation order at some point in the coming months. In previous hurricane seasons, I've...

Leaning Out

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Shortly before life came to an abrupt halt in mid-March, I found myself physically and emotionally exhausted. On a rare afternoon without my kids, I sat quietly on the beach and longed for breathing...

The Exclusion Of Motherhood

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As the nation collectively realizes some hard truths about racial discrimination and injustice and many advocate for systemic and sustainable change, it has become increasingly clear that while motherhood may unite us, other identifying aspects...

Oh, the Places You Won’t Go!

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Dear Moms and Graduates, Congratulations! Today is your day. You’re not off to Great Places! Most of the country is still under an order to stay!   You have masks on your face. You have gloves on your hands. You can steer...
It Wasn't Me Charleston Moms

It Wasn’t Me

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Life is messy and painfully beautiful, sharp lines and soft finishes that sometimes blur together in an abstract shape that we can’t quite pull apart to see what lies beneath. Someone recently committed suicide and...

Playroom Disaster to Organizing Master

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I have four young children, a full-time business and a military spouse stationed away from Charleston, so I am a woman on the go. When it comes to housecleaning, I long ago subconsciously decided...

About That Halftime Show…

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Within seconds of Shakira and J.Lo taking the stage for their Super Bowl halftime performance, social media exploded with derogatory rants about two of the most powerful female performers in the world. Many people...