Take the Break!

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I have read no more than 100 articles/posts/blogs regarding the importance of taking the vacay. And I couldn't agree more. Except, I have discovered we, and I mostly mean me, need some clarity around the word vacay. To most,...
We hear about empty nesters - parents whose children have left home for college - but we don't often hear about the strange empty space left behind when you suddenly have all your children in school. I am far from...
It’s happened to many of us. You’re walking along aisle four in the grocery store and your kiddo spots a sugary treat that is nowhere on your shopping list and you utter one of the most aversive phrases in...
I've always been a perfectionist and a planner with high standards and enough stubbornness to make sure the job got done. I had a moment of panic when I was newly pregnant with my first child where I broke...

The Elephant in the Room

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Can we talk about the elephant in the room here? Maybe even just the elephant in the schoolroom? I think we can all agree that already we are going into another year of craziness and uncertainty. I think it may be...
We bought a phone for our six-year-old and four-year-old. But not just any phone. A rotary phone. And it was the best idea we’ve had in a long time. Before I get too far into this, I do have to...
To say life has been challenging lately is an understatement, I believe. Life has been downright hard, and there have been numerous times in which I’ve broken down into flooding tears asking God why is it so hard, and...
Being a stay-at-home-mom is an amazing experience, and I would say to anyone who wants to be a SAHM and has the opportunity to do it should go for it. That’s not to say that being a working mom...
I looked in the mirror the other day and almost didn’t recognize the girl staring back at me. I mean, there was a GREY HAIR coming out of her eyebrow. EW! And when did those 20 new wrinkles just...
When a conflict or difficult situation arises with another person, the idea of solving the problem with a phone call or an in-person talk can feel like a scene from Judith Viorst's book "Alexander and the Terrible Horrible No...

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Weekend Events for Kids

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There are lots of great events for kids happening around Charleston this weekend! What's going on your calendar? *Please note – While we make every...