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Triad Easter Egg Hunts 2017

By Katie Moosbrugger Easter will be here before we know it, and thanks to several local organizations, you can celebrate with an Easter Egg Hunt as early as this...

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Infants Who Sleep – It Is Possible!

By Laurie Albertini, M.D., Brenner Children’s Hospital If you ask a new parent what they would wish for the most, they will often say “a full night of sleep,”...

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Triad Private Schools Directory

By Sarah Blackwell, updated by Rachel Hoeing If you are considering a private school for your child, there are many factors to consider. Are the academics top-notch?...

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Preschool Program, Dance Camps, and Giveaways

By Katie Moosbrugger Today we’re thrilled to announce the following news… ~ Greensboro Children’s Museum Kicks off “Little Sprouts Preschool...

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Forsyth Creek Week: The Cure for “NDD”

Sponsored by Forsyth Creek Week It’s jokingly referred to as “Nature Deficit Disorder” — the propensity for kids to spend all their time indoors, often with...

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Five Tools Every Family Needs

By Guest Blogger Stacy Leighton with Forsyth Family magazine I’m not going to lie – parenting is tough! The “picture perfect families” in glossy ads?...

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So You Think You Want to Homeschool?

By Guest Blogger Laura Simon So you’ve decided to homeschool? That’s awesome! If you’re anything like me, you’ve spent a lot of time pondering the pros and cons...

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Let’s Play Ball!

By Guest Blogger Michelle Barson Your child is ready to play sports. They’ve got the energy, the time and the interest.  They even know what sport(s) interest them. ...

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RiverRun FREE Family Day on April 1st

By Guest Blogger Kristi Johnson Marion The 19th annual RiverRun International Film Festival will run March 30 – April 9, 2017, screening 151 films, over 11 days....

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Personalized Education Focuses on the Whole Child

By Guest Blogger Melissa Kinsley, Director of Marketing, Communications & Admissions The concept of personalization has permeated our lives to the point that it has...

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Spring Break and Summer Camps

By Rachel Hoeing Today’s Sunday Spotlight is all about CAMP! Get the details below on Spring Break Camps and Summer Camps offered by: Kaleideum North (formerly...

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Oh No … It’s Mono!

By Guest Blogger Kelly Gunzenhauser I took my 9-year-old to the doctor after his teacher called to have me pick him up from school. He had been coughing off and on for a...

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Flip the Boat

By Guest Blogger Anonymous For a long time I did everything for everyone and not a thing for myself. I was in a miserable marriage and I was so over being a stay at home...

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March 25-April 2, 2017: Forsyth Creek Week

Forsyth Creek Week March 25-April 2 Various locations Details HERE Forsyth Creek Week returns March 25 – April 2 with nine days of fun ways to connect with our...

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Parties, Photography, Music and Events at Wonderland Studios

By Guest Blogger Ed Alsford, Owner of Wonderland Studios Wonderland Studios is a unique and creative service that offers your family an array of options to celebrate...

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March 26, 2017: High Point Friends School Open House

High Point Friends School Open House Preschool – 8th Grade March 26 from 2 – 4 pm (floating times) 800A Quaker Lane, High Point, NC  27262 336-886-5516

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The High School Social Scene

By Guest Blogger Hallie Wolfe Going into high school is scary. Whether you have a tight knit group of friends, or barely know anyone, everyone is nervous for the first...

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Monday, March 27, 2017: Registration Opens at High Point Swim Club

Locations: The Igloo: 1705 Whitehall Street High Point and The Hartley Drive YMCA: 105 Hartley Drive High Point – Registration for the April Mini session opens...

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4 Things to Ease Your Mind if Your Child Undergoes Surgical Anesthesia

By Timothy E. Smith, MD, Director of Pediatrics and Associate Professor of Anesthesiology at Brenner Children’s Hospital The anticipation of surgery can be scary,...

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Visiting Disney: In Defense of “Off-Site”

By TMoM Team Member Sarah Blackwell The first question anyone asks when they hear you are heading to Walt Disney World is, “Are you staying on or off property?” ...

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Endless Ideas for Family Fun

By Katie Moosbrugger Today we’re featuring a ton of news you don’t want to miss, such as… ~ Mad Science Summer Camps ~ Starmount Preschool’s...

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10 Tangible Fitness and Nutrition Tips

By Guest Blogger Sara Lester The struggle is real.  We live busy lives and wear many hats filling our schedules with giving, loving and serving others.  All good...

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There’s Brown Grass on Both Sides

By Guest Blogger Laura Simon A year ago, I was working full-time as a high school teacher, my oldest son was in kindergarten, and my two youngest children were in...

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Free Ice Skating Lessons

By Guest Blogger Nicole Gaboury, Skating Director at The Greensboro Ice House The Greensboro Ice House packs an array of frozen fun at the Triad’s only year-round,...

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Announcing the 2017 Choice Awards Winners

By Katie Moosbrugger We are thrilled to share the results with you today!  Every year we receive thousands of votes which always shows how excited Triad parents are to...

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Triad Youth Sports Programs

Updated by Katie Moosbrugger Ready to sign your child up for a sport, riding lessons or karate class? Start here!  We have added a ton of options to this directory from...

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The Search for Quality Child Care

By Guest Blogger Suzanne Isenberg, Development Director at Work Family Resource Center (WFRC) If you are a reader of this blog, chances are you have children. And if you...

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News on Local Consignment Sales, Camps, and Events

By Rachel Hoeing In this week’s Sunday Spotlight: Ardmore UMC’s Consignment Sale Greensboro Sports Day Camp Catholic Charities Partners in Hope Event TMoM...

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Win a Family 4-Pack to Greensboro Ballet’s “Coppelia”

Greensboro Ballet is proud to present “Coppelia” on March 25 and 26 at 3 pm at Carolina Theatre in Greensboro. Register for your chance to win a family...

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Main Street Moms on the Move ~ February 2017

By Rachel Hoeing We are thrilled to introduce you to four amazing women in this month’s Main Street Moms on the Move feature. From couponing, to retail business,...

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Win a $100 Gift Card to Carolina Pet Place!

Traveling for spring break and need a safe, trusted place for your pet? Or do you just need to pamper your pup? Register to win $100 to put towards boarding and grooming...

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Investing in Summer Camp

By Guest Blogger Jen de Ridder, Senior Program Director YMCA Camp Hanes I am not sure why when thinking about Summer Camp the word “investing” came to...

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Win a FREE Home Cleaning with TL Cleaning

TL Cleaning is offering one lucky TMoM reader a FREE home cleaning valued at $125*! What a great way to kick off the spring season! TL Cleaning is a locally owned and...

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A Mother’s Fight

By Guest Blogger Mandy H Imagine this: After almost 9 years of trying to get pregnant, a couple of miscarriages, and a whole lot of serious heartache, you are finally...

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Human Trafficking: It’s Right Here

By Rachel Hoeing and guest blogger Krystin  My friend Krystin is a board member of Lily Pad Haven, which is a nonprofit organization that provides housing for...

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