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Notable in Nashville :: Pajama Program — PJs and Books for Children in Need

As part of the Nashville community, at Nashville Moms Blog we feel strongly that we are part of something bigger than the small worlds we operate in daily. Nashville is a city rich with incredible not-for-profit organizations and resources that support the many and varied different needs of Nashville families, mothers, and children. Once a month, we will be spotlighting […]

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Today Was a Bad Day

Today was a bad day. You know the kind of day I’m talking about. Maybe you had one today, too. It wasn’t bad because of a natural disaster or because a loved one received a terrible diagnosis. It was a bad day—just because. First, the two-year old woke up and started screaming for no reason. […]

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To the Mommies Who Can’t Breastfeed: You’re Doing Just Fine

  I don’t think that anyone will dispute the fact that breastfeeding is good for babies. The antibodies and nutrients that a baby gains from breastfeeding are, of course, beneficial. Many moms will speak to how it helps with bonding and how they love the quality time. But what about the moms that can’t breastfeed—or choose […]

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One Can of Pumpkin — Three Fall Recipes

It is the time of year when absolutely everything is pumpkin flavored, and at our house the treats are no exception. It might be a cliché, but what a delicious cliché it is! I love to cook, and (as we have covered) I love Fall, so cooking with traditionally ‘Fall’ ingredients is something I quite literally […]

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Day Trippin’ — Leiper’s Fork (Leiper’s Fork, TN) ::Series::

  Leiper’s Fork sits quietly in western Williamson County. With a population of about 650, it received it’s name from a stream that runs through the village. It was first inhabited by Native Americans and was later settled in the late 1700s by individuals from North Carolina and Virginia who had received land grants after the […]

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