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ONE Child is Enough Right Now

Let’s talk. Anyone else feel like the whispers start at your kid’s first birthday party? Y’all know the whispers.  “Oh! She isn’t a baby anymore. Time for a new one!” WHAT?!? For the first time in a year, I can breathe. I can see a light at the end of the endless bottle cleaning. And you […]

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Spring Break Staycation Scavenger Hunt and Giveaway!

You know what the best thing about moving back to Nashville is? Rediscovering the city like it’s my first time here. Thousands of families will head down to the beach or Disney for Spring Break. I’m more than happy to kick back in my home city for a little Spring Break Nashville Staycation with my kids. […]

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2017 Spring Consignment Sales around Nashville

Calling all bargain-hunters!  It's Spring and Summer consignment sale time in Nashville, so get ready to shop until you drop (or until your toddler has a meltdown and needs a nap).  Here's your county-by-county guide to consignment sales around Nashville for Spring 2017: Davidson County NCS Trading Threads Bellevue Dates: March 24 – 25, 2017 [...]
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Five Unconventional (But Effective) Ways To Support Your Child’s Health

Skip the Sunscreen (Sometimes) Ever since dermatologists found a link between exposure to UV-B rays and skin cancer, moms have been slathering sunscreen on kids as a matter of routine. UV-B, according to Harvard Magazine, is also the sunshine component that allows the human body to absorb Vitamin D—which is used by every cell type in the […]

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The Value of a Village

Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month is about changing the misconceptions that the general public has of those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It’s about finding the best ways to support and enable those with ID/DD to be involved and thrive within their communities. It is about empowering them to live a life of which they can feel proud. Absolutely […]

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