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Reader Favorite Churches & Places of Worship

Reader Favorite Churches & Places of Worship

By Rachel Hoeing We did a call out to our readers asking them to share their favorite place of worship with us and then tell us what makes it special. We hope this will help those of you who may be new to the area as well as those of you who may be searching for a new...

Five Top Trends in Childbirth

Five Top Trends in Childbirth

By Guest Blogger By Kristin T. Kerbo, RN, BSN Delivering thousands of newborns every year, Cone Health Women’s Hospital is in the business of knowing what comfort measures and birthing options are most effective for new mothers and babies. Developing a birth plan is a...

A New Season, a Fresh Start: Simplify Your Family’s Life

A New Season, a Fresh Start: Simplify Your Family’s Life

By Guest Blogger Tracy Huneycutt Fall is my favorite season, not just because of the crisp, cooler air, the apple festivals and the pumpkin patches, but because the fall always seems like a great chance to start anew. Children start back to school and new activities...

October Festivals & Trunk or Treats 2018

October Festivals & Trunk or Treats 2018

By Katie Moosbrugger It's time to feature all the October festivals and Trunk or Treats happening throughout the Triad! Today’s post lists these events in chronological order coming up in October. We realize it's still September, so we are continuing to update our...

Ellen’s Book Nook —September 2018

Ellen’s Book Nook —September 2018

By Guest Blogger Ellen Lloyd Days are getting shorter and families are settling into Fall routines. Hints of cooler temperatures, tailgates and football games all welcome this time of year. My selections this month highlight stories that make people think, remind us...

All About Babywearing

All About Babywearing

By Guest Blogger Carrie Bertrand I recently stood by and watched my fiercely independent firstborn walk into her first day of her kindergarten year. I feel so fortunate to have found Triad Tot Toters nearly 6 years ago when she and I were starting this journey...

Fun Ideas, Programs to Note, and New Giveaways!

Fun Ideas, Programs to Note, and New Giveaways!

By Katie Moosbrugger Lots of stuff in today's Sunday Spotlight... ~ Boy Scouts of America: Something for Every Boy and Every Girl ~ It's Fall at the Greensboro Ice House ~ Starmount Preschool & Fall Consignment Sale ~ The Children's House Program at The Montessori...

Make a Threat, Keep a Threat

Make a Threat, Keep a Threat

By Rachel Hoeing I recently attended a baby shower where they passed around a book and asked us to write our best parenting advice for the mom-to-be.  Mine was simple ... "Make a Threat, Keep a Threat!" How many times have you witnessed something like this: You see a...

The Ups and Downs of Being a Single, Divorced Mom

The Ups and Downs of Being a Single, Divorced Mom

By Rachel Hoeing With Triad Moms on Main, one of my favorite parts of this job is giving women a perspective that they may not have thought about previously. We've been able to promote empathy from our readers by sharing stories from moms with special needs children,...

Surviving Baby’s First Year

Surviving Baby’s First Year

By Guest Blogger Jennifer Mearns Do you sometimes want to kick those people that say stuff like, “Sleep when the baby sleeps!” or “Enjoy every moment, they are only babies once?” Me too. Do they think you enjoy the moment when your baby blows out his diaper in church...

Pumpkin Patches, Hayrides & More!

Pumpkin Patches, Hayrides & More!

By Katie Moosbrugger Whether you make your pumpkin patch visit a big family outing or a quick trip close to your home, consult our list first! Most of these patches will not begin selling pumpkins until early October (although some do start the end of September), so...

Talking with Kids About Disabilities

Talking with Kids About Disabilities

By Laura Simon (with contributions from guest blogger Angela Fuller) My Uncle Lavelle had a seizure when he was a toddler that left him with profound, irreversible brain damage. The youngest of eight children, most of whom remained in the same small community, he was...

Can Anyone Hear Me?

Can Anyone Hear Me?

By Anonymous Here’s my first truth.  I have a 4-year-old son, and I only enjoy about 10% (maybe) of our time together.  Considering he’s in daycare 40+ hours a week, our time spent together to begin with isn’t much.  I dread coming home.  I get anxious about spending...

Cub Scouts, Open House, Tent Sale, and Shopping while Giving

Cub Scouts, Open House, Tent Sale, and Shopping while Giving

By Rachel Hoeing In this week's Sunday Spotlight: Boys & Girls Are Invited to Join Cub Scouts Open House Fun at Eagle Pediatrics Mast General Store Tent Sale Giving Support Locally and Globally with Noonday Collection   Boys & Girls Are Invited to Join Cub Scouts...

Win a Magical “Once Upon a Time” Package from Greensboro Ballet!

Win a Magical “Once Upon a Time” Package from Greensboro Ballet!

Greensboro Ballet is giving away a magical “Once Upon a Time” Package for one lucky Triad family! This package includes 4 tickets to one of its performances of “Once Upon a Time,” featuring a collection of excerpts from three Princess ballets including:  Cinderella,...

Parent Teacher Communication: The Way for Student Success

Parent Teacher Communication: The Way for Student Success

By Dennette Bailey There are many issues to consider at the start of the school year. As parents and caregivers we can feel that we are bombarded with things to be prepared for or on guard for. However, it is extremely important to remember that a successful school...

Win 7 Adventure Passes to Kersey Valley’s Maize Adventure!

Win 7 Adventure Passes to Kersey Valley’s Maize Adventure!

Win seven Adventure Passes to Maize Adventure at Kersey Valley! To enter to win this prize, click the link below. Maize Adventure offers a full day of fun in a unique outdoor experience that is sure to please everyone in the family. In addition to the corn maze, the...

Why Bedtime is a Whacked Out Game of Bingo

Why Bedtime is a Whacked Out Game of Bingo

By Guest Blogger Ginny Olson We're potty training little brother right now. Which entails saying things like, "You're a big boy now!" This is met with wails of protest from the bigger boy in the house. Who likes to remind us that's he almost 4. Age, height, the big...

Sept. 22, 2018: Family Cooking Class~Back to School Lunches

Sept. 22, 2018: Family Cooking Class~Back to School Lunches

Family Cooking Class: Back to School Lunches Saturday, September 22 10a – 11:30a Greensboro Children’s Museum (The Edible Schoolyard at GCM), 220 North Church Street, Greensboro CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Get in the back-to-school groove with some easy and delicious lunch...

Technology in the Classroom

Technology in the Classroom

By Kids 'R' Kids Learning Academies of Greensboro At Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies of Greensboro, we recognize the importance of incorporating technology into the classroom. Our state of the art technology department is the perfect way to get children acclimated to...

Sept. 25 – 30, 2018: Hair ~ The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical

Sept. 25 – 30, 2018: Hair ~ The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical

Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical September 25 - 29 at 7:30 pm September 30 at 2 pm CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS Taylor Theatre Box Office Phone Number: 336.334.4392 Hours: Mon – Fri, 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Address: 406 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27403...

Oct. 13, 2018: The Triad Birth & Baby Expo

Oct. 13, 2018: The Triad Birth & Baby Expo

The Triad Birth & Baby Expo October 13 from 10 am to 3 pm La Bella Birth and Baby, 113 North Main Street, Lexington FREE Admission VISIT THEIR WEB SITE FOLLOW THEM ON FACEBOOK The Triad Birth & Baby Expo is the premier Pregnancy, Birth, & Parenting Expo of the Triad....

Sept. 29, 2018: Code Ninja’s Grand Opening Celebration

Sept. 29, 2018: Code Ninja’s Grand Opening Celebration

Code Ninja's Grand Opening Celebration Saturday, September 29 at 11 am 1589 Skeet Club Rd, High Point, NC 27265 Schedule a tour today to learn more about Code Ninjas! Code Ninjas is creating the problem solvers of tomorrow. At their center, kids ages 7-14 learn...

Why You Should Take Away Phones & Tablets at Night

Why You Should Take Away Phones & Tablets at Night

By Guest Blogger Sarah MacReynolds, LCSW A new school year brings with it the opportunity to adopt new routines. It is a great time to evaluate what is working and what could use an intentional tune-up.  As parents evaluate their “back to school” routines, I hear the...

How Can We Re-Energize Our Marriage?

How Can We Re-Energize Our Marriage?

By Christine Murray, PhD, LPC, LMFT, Director of the Healthy Relationships Initiative Our Healthy Relationships Initiative (HRI) team is excited to partner with Triad Moms on Main on this blog series. In this series, we offer general guidance to relationship or family...

Fun Things to Do this Season + A New Giveaway!

Fun Things to Do this Season + A New Giveaway!

By Katie Moosbrugger Fun ideas in today's Sunday Spotlight.... ~ Fundraiser, Auction, and Benefit to support the Kellin Foundation ~ Visit a Local Farmer's Market ~ Pick Your Own Apple Farms & Orchards ~ Win a Family 4 Pack of Tickets to the Dixie Classic Fair ~ Find...

Sept. 9 – 19, 2018: Noonday Collection Fundraiser

Sept. 9 – 19, 2018: Noonday Collection Fundraiser

Noonday Collection And Fundraiser  Order online before September 19, 2018  Help create jobs for global artisans Raise money for Ronald McDonald House bitly.com/TMOMnoondaycollection Noonday Collection, originally launched by Jessica Honegger in 2010 as an adoption...

Outdoor Cooking (For Campsites or Backyards)

Outdoor Cooking (For Campsites or Backyards)

By Guest Blogger Lisa Doss with Forsyth Family magazine Thanks to Forsyth Family magazine for letting us re-publish this post on TMoM. Fall is (in my opinion) the best time of year to go hiking and camping with the kids. Today's post shares fun and tasty meals you can...

Favorite Triad Restaurants

Favorite Triad Restaurants

By Rachel Hoeing The Triad is not at a loss for amazing dining options. If you check our directory page, you will see our lists of Kids Eat Free restaurants, Ethnic Restaurants, and Kid Friendly & Gluten Free Restaurants. We've got one more list, and this one is...

Triad Area Fall Consignment Sales 2018

Triad Area Fall Consignment Sales 2018

By Rachel Hoeing It's time for consignment sales in Burlington, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point, Kernersville, and surrounding areas! We've got the cream of the crop listed below for Fall 2018. It is time to start planning ahead to sell, volunteer, or shop at...

Pick-Your-Own Apple Farms & Orchards

Pick-Your-Own Apple Farms & Orchards

Updated by Katie Moosbrugger Apple picking is always a fun adventure for families, and a great way to spend an afternoon outdoors. Below is a list of pick-your-own apple farms and orchards within the Triad, or within a 3 hour drive if you are looking for a day trip...

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