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14 Ways To Thank Your Mom Tribe

NERD ALERT: John Donne is one of my favorite poets. He was funny, poignant, honest, and a bit cheeky at times. He helped remind his readers that we are part of a greater whole- humanity. Yes, you’re reading the blog title correctly, this really is about how to thank your mom-tribe. “Then why are you […]

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Need a Sitter? Who Doesn’t? This App Makes It Easy . . .

Nashville Moms Blog is thrilled to partner with the great folks from Sitter App on this sponsored post. All opinions are 100% our own!It seems like parenting-related online message boards echo with the question: “Does anyone know a good sitter?” Finding an amazing sitter is like finding gold. If you’re a parent who doesn’t have […]

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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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Making Mom Friends in the Wild

You’ve found yourself wishing there was Tinder for mom friends, right? You could put in your weekly playdate preferences, favorite locations around town, and answer honestly about whether or not you have a pile of clean laundry that you dig through on a regular basis instead of hanging things in the closet. (My people!) Then […]

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Celebrate Your Village!

We’ve all heard the saying “it takes a village” when it comes to raising children. I know some parents resent this notion, thinking it implies some removal of control over how their children are taught and disciplined. However, every year that progresses in this parenting gig—particularly as a single parent—I find my family’s village to be more and more essential. […]

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