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Summer Book Adventures: Nashville’s Summer Reading Programs

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 […]

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4 Tips to Prepare Your Kids for a New Baby

We’ve been preparing our two boys (4 1/2 and 3 years old) for the arrival of their new sibling since I entered the second trimester. I loved the advice I read here on preparing your child for a new baby—especially #2. (In our case, bedrooms aren’t changing, but we’ll definitely be shifting our car seating situation around […]

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The Infertility Struggle from the Male Viewpoint :: Author Interview

Local Nashvillian, Stuart A. Burkhalter, published Catawampus: The Fertility Process from a Man’s Perspective in 2014. We got the chance to interview Stuart about his book and his journey through the infertility process in the husband’s role. NMB: What have you found particularly resonates with readers? SB: I have had a number of different people say that it would […]

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Straight from the Librarian’s Mouth — Favorite Books & Reading Tips for Parents

National Library Week is April 12-18, 2015. In honor of the occasion, I requested book recommendations from both an *elementary and **middle school librarian. Additionally, I asked for their best tips for parents to help develop a love of reading in their children. I love books, reading, libraries, and librarians, and I want to make sure my children […]

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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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Free Halloween Parties & Crafts at the Library {October 27—November 1}

HALLOWEEN AT THE LIBRARY Trick-or-Treat Story Time (toddlers, preschoolers) Tuesday, Oct. 28 & Wednesday, Oct. 29 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Main Library – 615 Church St. Pumpkin Time Costume Party Story Time (preschoolers) Wednesday, Oct. 29 10 & 11 a.m. Edmondson Pike branch library – 5501 Edmondson Pike Pumpkin Party (preschoolers) Monday, Oct. 27 […]

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