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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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Making homemade baby food is easy. Baby food can be made in advance and frozen so you always have a variety of options ready to go!

Easy Homemade Baby Food

There are SO many approaches to introducing baby food to your little ones that it can be a little overwhelming. Purees. Mesh Feeders. Baby Led Weaning. The options are endless, and sometimes it feels like if you choose the W. R. O. N. G. option your baby will hate solid food, be a a picky eater, […]

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Friend Wanted

It takes a village to raise a child. So why are so many moms trying to raise kids on their own? Like most moms, I meticulously prepared for the arrival of my firstborn. I registered for the must-have baby items, organized the nursery, read books about childrearing, and attended a birthing class. I did my best […]

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Double the Whaaatt?! A Twin Mom’s Guide to Baby Gear

Once upon a beautiful May day, an ultrasound technician VERY casually said to me, “So you’re having identical twins.” She may have said other things. I do not know. What I do know is that my reaction went something like this: lead-in of total disbelief, escalating into panic, and then mellowing into complete overwhelmdom, which is […]

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Nashville Summer Reading Programs {2017}

Summer in Nashville brings to mind lazy days, ice cream treats, pools and water play, summer movies, summer camp, and some truly fantastic farmers markets. If you were at all like me as a kid, summer stretched out before you as a fantastic time for reading adventures. Happily, there are a ton of summer reading programs to help you encourage […]

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