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Celebrating the Jewish Holidays

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This time of year is a time of excitement and renewal in the Jewish community because we celebrate several holidays over the next few weeks. Since you might see them on your calendar or...

To My First Born: My Valentine

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A Valentine's Day Poem to my Almost One-Year-Old: Roses are red; Violets are blue; Almost a year ago, you made your debut. h It was over a week after the date you were due. Dark lashes, blue eyes, and skin so brand-new. k We thought...

Vacation with a Purpose {Fathom: Impact + Travel}

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{Disclaimer:  Charleston Moms Blog has partnered with Fathom to bring you this post, but all of the opinions are ours!} Whenever my family plans a vacation, we often spend a long time discussing where we...

Contributor Favorites List of 2015

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For our last post of the year, we Charleston Moms Blog Contributors thought we would share some of our favorites of 2015. Note:  not all of the things listed here are necessarily new in...

Six Holiday Gift-Giving Traditions

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This will by my family's first Christmas as a party of three, and I've been asked several times in the last few weeks what my husband and I are planning to get our nine...

The Nap Trap

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Before the arrival of my daughter, I imagined myself as being the type of parent who would still get out of the house and do what I want, when I want, because my child...

CMB Contributors’ Halloween Recap

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As if you haven't been inundated with enough pictures of cute kids in costumes the past few days on social media, the contributors of Charleston Moms Blog wanted to show off share with you our...

4 Reasons Why You Should Still Make a Baby Book

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Recently I was talking to some friends about working on my little one's baby book, and I was surprised to learn how many people aren't doing them any longer. The primary argument against baby...

The House You’ll Never Remember

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Dear Little One, One day, many years from now, your dad and I will turn into a neighborhood that you won't recognize. The trees lining the streets of this neighborhood will be unfamiliar to you,...

What’s Not on the Syllabus

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The high school years can be a difficult and conflicting time for children, or adults, or whatever they are at that age.  There is an intense desire for independence and responsibility coupled with the...