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Five Dollars, Five Ways: Dollar Store Activities for Kids – Rainbow Craft Sticks {Series}

Five Dollars, Five Ways is a series that explores a variety of activities for your kiddos based on a trip to the dollar store with a five dollar budget. We show you  how to maximize a few bucks for hours of fun and entertainment!   When I saw these rainbow craft sticks at my local dollar store, […]

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FREE Story Times & Activities at the Nashville Public Library

Looking for a fun Story Time or Craft Time for your little one—particularly one that’s near you? Nashville Moms Blog is proud to partner with the Nashville Public Library to promote literacy among Nashville’s babies, children, and families. We believe that the library is a wonderful place to be, so we’re bringing you this list […]

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Embracing the Letting Go—Sending My First Child to His First Day of School

Like most moms sending their kids off to school for the first time, I shed a few tears leading up to the big day—mostly because I’ve loved being a stay at home mom to two little ones, and I wasn’t ready for that to change. I realize that I’m still ‘staying at home’ with my youngest, but […]

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Bringing Books to Life with the Nashville Public Library {Giveaway}

Nashville Moms Blog is partnering with the Nashville Public Library to promote literacy and learning among babies and children in our city. As a part of this partnership, NPL is sponsoring a two-part giveaway of some awesome books. Today we’re back with our second giveaway, and this one is books for babies. Our guest poster, Liz Atack works […]

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We Asked the Expert: What You Need to Know About Estate Planning

What comes to your mind when you think of “estate planning”? Do you have a vision of modern day Downton Abbey-esque characters? Trust funds passing down vast family wealth from generation to generation? While families with great amounts of monetary wealth definitely have a need for estate planning, every other type of family does too. […]

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