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 are especially sensitive to anything...
My kids (four and five) LOVE playing board games. I bet we play four a day. And honestly, it’s the one thing that I really don’t mind playing with them. There are a ton of lessons to learn from...
When my husband and I decided our family's COVID education plan would be to homeschool I was excited, nervous, doubting of my ability, yet also very positive. Before this decision, we were going to have our six and eight-year-old...
It recently came to my attention that the University of California at Berkeley is offering a course in “Adulting.” This credit/no-credit course is not only turning students away because of its popularity, but it is also the brain-child of...
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 relaxing experience anywhere. But the...
The other morning I walked into my kitchen preparing to make myself some hot tea. I opened my kitchen cabinet that houses my coffee mugs and to the far left are some old baby bottles, pacifiers, breastmilk storage bags,...
Day two of Virtual Learning Kindergarten had us all cross-eyed. It was time to get out of the house and breathe in some fresh air. With cooler Charleston temps that were giving us a sneak peek into what fall...
Being a first-time mom, I wasn’t entirely sure how to introduce the essential ABCs, colors, numbers, and shapes to my son. At the time my husband and I didn’t have cable television subscription and relied heavily on HULU, Netflix,...
I saved the third part of the Calm Confidence series to focus on school. School is one of the hardest, yet most important, places for your kids to use their calm confidence skills! In the first part of this series,...
Dear little one, I’ll be honest, I was really looking forward to your final year of preschool. This was supposed to be a transition year for you between preschool and Kindergarten. Your final year before “big kid” school. And honestly,...

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We are so lucky to live in a place like Charleston that boasts beautiful landscapes, sunny skies, and lots of opportunities to explore and...