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Creating (And Sticking To) A Grocery Budget

Sticking to a monthly grocery budget is not my favorite pastime in the world. I’m a stay-at-home mom with three young children. We rely on my husband’s income to keep our family afloat, so I do my best to stick tight to a grocery and meal budget to help with expenses.  I should probably start […]

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Kim Liam Wyatt Draper

The Guide to Nashville Murals Part I: 5 Kid-Friendly Ways to Enjoy Nashville’s Mural Treasures

Our family moved to Nashville at the end of 2014—along with every other person and their uncle. As a mom of two, I’ve enjoyed watching our city flourish. And with parts of Nashville experiencing revitalization, it means more for us to see and do. I’ve particularly enjoyed the emergence all over the city of Nashville murals. […]

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Curb Appeal on a Budget Nashville Moms Blog

Curb Appeal on a Budget: My DIY Journey

The outside of a home is the first thing everyone sees. We allowed ours to suffer in favor of more family time. My husband worked nights and every other weekend for years, and to combat the lack of time we had together, we filled the time we had together with as much fun as we […]

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Top Ten Cloth Diaper Hacks NashvilleMomsBlog

Top Ten Cloth Diaper Hacks

People have a ton of reasons for going cloth. They’re better for the environment, and there are potentially harmful chemicals in disposable diapers. Some say cloth is more comfortable—though I don’t know how they know that. Others say cloth babies have fewer rashes (mine has had maybe one bad rash in his life, but I don’t know if I […]

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