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Therapy: It’s Unavoidable

By Guest Blogger Thea DeLoreto, author of the blog The Lint Trap Every minute of every day I strive to parent my children in a way that does not drive them to therapy....

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It’s Almost Time for Preschool!

By Susan Stephens, Preschool Teacher Well…it’s that time of year again!! It doesn’t matter if this is your first child to go to preschool or your third...

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Tips for Eating Healthy Starches

By Guest Blogger Emily Saunders It is important to eat healthy starches- but at the right times and in the right amounts. First of all let’s define starch.  Many...

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New baby? You will be Changing More than Just Diapers

By Guest Blogger Dan Wilemon, M.Ed., LPC with Novant Health Behavioral Health The arrival of a new baby brings the thrill of a new life – and, sometimes, anxiety over...

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The Benefits of Homeschooling

By Guest Blogger Ellen Dockham When people find out I homeschool my two kids, ages 9 and 12, I get a variety of reactions, many of which can be summed up in the comment,...

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Main Street Moms on the Move ~ August 2015

By Rachel Hoeing We’re bringing more amazing moms to you today! We are happy to introduce you to Leslie, Wendy and Jane. Enjoy meeting these local moms who have...

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What Not To Do

By Rachel Hoeing Last week I read yet another blog about “What Not to Say to Someone Who Has Lost a Loved One.” I have come across numerous blogs like this...

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Advice for High School Students & Parents

By Guest Blogger Amy Beveridge The rite of passage of high school: the smell of gym socks, boys in fast cars, college and future life decisions to be made. No longer...

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Back to School News, Reminders & New Giveaways!

By Katie Moosbrugger Get ready for fall! We have several fun announcements to help make the back-to-school season even brighter. Keep reading to get more details...

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It’s (almost) Apple Picking Season!

By Katie Moosbrugger Whether you have just an afternoon, a full day, or an entire weekend available for picking, you’re sure to find a fun adventure for your...

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Tips to Calm An Anxious Baby

By Guest Blogger By Stacy Leighton Many thanks to Forsyth Family magazine for letting us share Stacy’s article here on TMoM. We are guessing many of you can relate...

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9 Live & Learns for Elementary Moms

By Katie Moosbrugger If you’re new to the elementary scene, it can be just as exciting and daunting for parents as it can be for kids. Those six years fly by fast...

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Summer’s End

By Kelly Hines There’s less than a week left of summer for many of us. Five days, if you count today. Four business days. One weekend. One last grasp of the sleep...

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You Might Be Surprised

By Guest Blogger Jennifer A. Janes, author of the blog Jennifer A. Janes When I received my daughter’s diagnoses, various specialists told me what I needed to know:...

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Winston-Salem’s Very Own Christmas CD

By Guest Blogger Suzy Fielders Do you love Christmas music? What about Winston-Salem? If you answered yes to these questions then you will love to hear about this...

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A Spellbinding Soiree, HearSay Relay, WS Open, and Friendly Ave Consignment

By Rachel Hoeing Exciting events are popping up all over the Triad. Get details on the following in today’s Sunday Spotlight: ~ The Children’s Museum of...

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Weekend or Day Trip Idea: Tweetsie Railroad

By Guest Blogger Suzy Fielders Tweetsie Railroad is the perfect family location for a day trip or as an addition to a vacation in Boone or Blowing Rock. There is plenty...

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Guidelines for Naps with Babies and Toddlers

By Guest Blogger Dr. Meggan Hartman, PhD One of the more popular questions at my workshops and from my clients is: do babies and toddlers need naps and how do we get our...

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The Tasty Table: End of Summer Favorites

By Guest Bloggers Andrew McMillan and Laurie Southerland at The Stocked Pot and Company It’s August, which means the summer is winding down and it will soon be time to...

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The Kindergarten Top Ten List

By Guest Blogger Kelly Sipe School will be here before we know it! If you have a rising Kindergartener, we hope today’s post will be beneficial to you. Written by...

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Win a $100 Visa Gift Card from The Shore Team

Win a $100 Visa Gift Card from our friends at The Shore Team! The Shore Team, part of Keller Williams Realty in Winston-Salem, takes a different approach to real estate,...

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Day Trip Idea: Hebron Rock Colony

By Rachel Hoeing I ran this blog a few years ago and felt like it was the perfect time to remind our readers of this hidden gem in the mountains. This is a great day...

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Wait, We’re Doing What?

By Katie Moosbrugger So far, this summer has been an interesting experiment. It all started when school was coming to an end and my annual summer panic attack was...

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Win a $100 Gift Card to Little Blank Canvas Art Studio

Win a $100 gift certificate from Little Blank Canvas Children’s Art Studio! This prize can be applied towards any digital program tuition, monthly events (Kids...

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September 12, 2015: The Fashion Exchange

The Fashion Exchange A seasonal consignment sale for women ~ Saturday, September 12 from 7 am to Noon (open to the public) ~ Consignor registration continues to...

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August 22-29, 2015: Winston-Salem Open

Winston-Salem Open: ATP World Tour 250 Men’s Professional Tennis Tournament August 22-29, 2015 Wake Forest Tennis Center 100 West 32nd Street Winston-Salem, NC 27105...

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Great Ways to Get Ready for Fall and School

By Katie Moosbrugger Today we are thrilled to highlight: ~ $0 Joining Fee at the YMCA of Northwest North Carolina ~ etc. Consignment’s 20th Anniversary and...

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September 10, 2015: Grow Up Great Day!

Grow Up Great Day! September 10, 2015 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Hosted by: Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem Grow up Great Day is going to be a special day at the...

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Sept 11 & 12, 2015: St Paul’s Kids Consignment Sale

2715 Horse Pen Creek Rd Greensboro NC 27410 Friday Sept 11th 9am-8pm Saturday Sept 12th 8am-1pm www.saintpaulskidssale.com St Paul’s KCS has repeatedly been rated...

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Does the Apple Fall Far from the Tree?

I barely remember this, but my mom swears it happened. After my daughter, Emily, was delivered and I was taken into the recovery room late at night, it was a couple of...

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Nurturing Natural Child Learning

By Guest Blogger Sandy Harper What is natural toddler learning? It simply means playing. Young children’s minds are sponges, taking in everything they see, hear, feel,...

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Family Fun Idea: Black Mountain Chocolate

By Guest Blogger Brent Peters, Chocolate Maker, Black Mountain Chocolate Yes, Winston has its very own chocolate factory! And it’s so much more than that. We make our...

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What’s Mine is Yours (Unless I Want It To Stay Mine)

By Kelly Hines A minister stood before a group of parishioners recently and asked how many of them had been divorced. About half of the group raised their hands. He then...

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Back to School With a Well Child Visit

By David Rhyne, MD, Pediatrician, Brenner Children’s Hospital Pediatrics – Westgate If your family is like many Triad families, you’ve probably started your...

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14 Things My Kids Will Never Understand Thanks to Modern Technology

By Guest Blogger Lisa Witherspoon, author of the blog The Golden Spoons A couple years ago, my husband and I took our three daughters, currently ages 12, 10, and 7, to...

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