Malana Bracht

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Malana Bracht is a red-headed mama out of Oklahoma. In March 2019, her family felt led out of faith to move to Charleston, leaving everyone and everything they knew behind. Settling in a new place, making mom friends and self-discovery has made for some interesting inspirations to write. Through various forms of media (blogs, podcasts, public speaking, & YouTube videos), she shares her story of gaining a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, ending the cycle of poverty in her life and learning to create a healthy family life for her children. She also creates tools to empower others to do the same! Malana also likes serving in the local church, coffee shops, and fuzzy slippers. For more information, you can visit https://linktr.ee/author.malanabracht.

Love Looks Like Gumballs

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Love looks like gumballs. My husband and I are in that stage of marriage where most marriages die. We completed a cross-country move a year and a half ago where we are completely separated...

Pregnancy & Diabetes: Specialized Care in South Carolina

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Maintaining your health with Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes can be difficult, especially when you become pregnant. Women who become pregnant and are living with pregestational diabetes are typically considered high-risk, which means...

Five Toddler-Friendly Christmas Movies

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We love our Christmas traditions. Before my husband and I had children, we always watched our favorite Christmas movies leading up to Christmas. Having children meant we had to reinvent our traditions. My children...

Mommas in the Beautiful Chaos: We See You

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Being a stay-at-home mom is not for the faint of heart. Every waking moment (and some sleeping) is spent on little people who are constantly getting their needs met from us. Mornings and nights become...

Charleston Moms FAVORITES: Fast Food App Hacks Every Mom Should Know

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Welcome to our series Charleston Moms FAVORITES! In a season of parenting that feels especially hard, our team is excited to share some of the things that are making us happy and helping us...

Helping Kids Learn Independently With Kumon

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For students across the Lowcountry (and the world over), there's no doubt that 2020 has been the year of interrupted learning. Ending one school year abruptly separated from the classroom muddling through virtual lessons...

Charleston Moms FAVORITES: Five Things That Keep My Head Above Water as a SAHM

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Welcome to our series Charleston Moms FAVORITES! In a season of parenting that feels especially hard, our team is excited to share some of the things that are making us happy and helping us...

My Grace-Filled Breastfeeding Journey

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In honor of World Breastfeeding Week, I wanted to reflect on my own breastfeeding journey. After having three babies in under three years, you could say I have a story or two! I hope...
The Struggle of Looking "Put Together" as a Mom Charleston Moms

The Struggle of Looking “Put Together” as a Mom

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I put make-up on in the car because I know I will be treated better at this doctor's office if I look "presentable." Mommas, we know the struggle. After the morning whirlwind of getting the kids...
Why I Said I Would Never Become a Stay-at-Home Mom Charleston Moms

Why I Said I Would Never Become a Stay-at-Home Mom

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For years, I told myself I would never be a stay-at-home mom. I told myself I would be too overwhelmed, I wouldn’t feel fulfilled, and I wasn’t capable of staying at home instead of...