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The Greatest Reward of Being a Single Parent

By Guest Blogger Suzy Fielders A few years ago, I wrote this blog for TMoM to share some insight into what life is like as a single parent. I shared the trials I’ve...

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Summertime is Family Time at Westwood Club!

By Guest Blogger Emery B. As the school year draws to a close each May, one of our family’s favorite things is the opening of the pool, which to us marks the official...

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How Early is Too Early to Prepare for College?

By Guest Blogger Chrissy Sergiacomi, School Counselor A few years ago, a friend in college admissions observed that students were coming on college tours at younger ages...

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The TMoM $100 Fast Cash Contest

By Rachel Hoeing TMoM is offering $100 CASH to one lucky reader for taking part in our contest and helping us spread the TMoM love! It’s easy! You will receive...

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Why I’m Saying No to “13 Reasons Why”

By Guest Blogger Laura Simon If you have a teen – or even a preteen – you’ve likely heard of a new Netflix series called 13 Reasons Why. The series, like the book...

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Finding a Home at St. Leo Catholic School

By Guest Blogger Melissa Kinsley, Director Marketing, Communications and Admissions Choosing an elementary or middle school for your child should be as easy as placing...

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Music Camp, The Symphony Strikes Back, and Goodbye to Mosquitoes

By Rachel Hoeing We hope you are enjoying a fabulous weekend with friends and family. Today’s Sunday Spotlight offers information on: Connections Summer Music Camp...

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Oh No…Diaper Rash!

By Guest Blogger Elizabeth Smith Before I had a baby I heard that diaper rash was the result of letting a child sit in a wet diaper for too long. Therefore, I assumed...

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Triad Area Strawberry Picking Farms

By Katie Moosbrugger The 2017 pick-your-own strawberry season has already begun at several farms, and many will be opening this weekend. So grab your buckets and head...

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Main Street Moms on the Move ~ April 2017

By Rachel Hoeing I am thrilled to introduce three more amazing women to our readers today. Our Main Street Moms on the Move for April include Helen, Megan, and Melissa...

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Ellen’s Book Nook — April 2017

By Guest Blogger Ellen Bryant Lloyd Win a book of your choice from today’s blog! Details below! I love springtime and the way the world seems to come back to life...

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Greetings from the YMCA Camp Hanes Adventure Program!

By Guest Blogger Jake Stephens, Associate Director of Adventure and Conferences for YMCA Camp Hanes When you think of adventure, what are the first things that come to...

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Creating a Coding Club through math class at Noble Academy

By Guest Blogger Barb Kilpatrick, faculty member at Noble Academy  “Coding is the new literacy. To thrive in tomorrow’s society, young people must learn to design,...

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Skating, Camps, Concerts & More!

By Katie Moosbrugger There is never a loss for fun things to do here in the Triad! Today we are excited to feature the following news and ideas for your family: ~ Spring...

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Outdoor Pools & Summer Swim Clubs

By Katie Moosbrugger If you are still searching for the perfect pool this summer, consider our directory of Outdoor Pools & Summer Swim Clubs. Many of the listings...

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My Dog Reduces My Anxiety

By Juan Santos, M.S., CRC, LPCA Anxiety can cause worry, stress, headaches, and more unpleasant emotions. Dogs are built to work effortlessly to battle the symptoms and...

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National Infertility Week Takes Place This Month

By Guest Blogger Lisa Doss with Forsyth Family magazine This year, National Infertility Week® has been designated from April 23rd – April 29th, 2017. National...

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Triad Area Farmer’s Markets – 2017

By Rachel Hoeing One of the easiest ways to support local is to purchase items from your local farmer’s markets. Visiting these markets can also be a fun family...

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It’s Not a Vacation…It’s An Adventure

By Guest Blogger Laura Simon Four weeks before I delivered my first child, my husband and I booked a vacation at a hotel in south Florida…a vacation we figured we’d...

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Make this the Best. Summer. Ever at the YMCA

By Guest Blogger Chelsea Cullen, marketing and communications director, YMCA of NWNC When the school year ends, the Y steps in with summer fun! From swim lessons and...

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I Thrift, Therefore I Am

By Guest Blogger Glynis Bell I thrift, therefore I am….liberated! So I have this secret obsession…I LOVE to thrift shop!  There, I’ve said it and put it out...

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Camps, Parent Pampering, and Dyslexia Seminar

By Rachel Hoeing Welcome Spring! Many of you are already enjoying Spring Break, while others will be doing so very shortly. If you are in town, be sure to check out our...

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April 17, 2017: Registration for May Mini Sessions Open at HPSC

High Point Swim Club (HPSC) offers year-round swim lessons at the Igloo and the Hartley Drive YMCA. Group, Private, and Adult Lesson options available. For times, days,...

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Win Tickets to Either Tweetsie, Wet ‘N Wild, or the Zoo!

Spring is here, which means it’s time to shake the winter blues. Brenner Children’s Hospital would like to offer you a chance to get out of the house and enjoy a day...

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Favorite Parks & Playgrounds

By Katie Moosbrugger One of the many wonderful things about raising a family in the Triad is all the parks available to us! We recently updated our list with new park...

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Win 2 FREE Treatments from Mosquito Authority!

Win 2 FREE Treatments (valued at $89 each) – TWO Winners Will Be Announced! If you enjoy playing, cooking out and relaxing in your yard, then it’s time to fight...

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April 23-29, 2017: National Volunteer Week

Help GCS Celebrate Volunteers! National Volunteer Week, April 23-29, is about inspiring, recognizing and encouraging individuals to engage in their communities....

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A Day in the Life of a NICU Doctor

By Cherrie Welch, MD, Medical Director, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Brenner Children’s Hospital I have the incredible honor of serving as one of the attending...

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April 25, 2017: Summit School Presents “Beyond Measure”

Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at 7 pm Loma Hopkins Theatre at Summit School 2100 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27106 This event is free and open to the public Summit School...

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Special Needs Resources

Updated by Sarah Blackwell We know it takes a village to raise a child, and sometimes parents need special support beyond our typical villages. That is why we created...

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April 29, 2017: Pregnant in the Piedmont

Pregnant in the Piedmont Saturday, April 29 10 am to 2 pm Conference Room at Novant/Forsyth Medical Center in Winston-Salem FREE pregnancy, baby and parenting expo!...

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Behavior and Attention Issues at School: Team Up with the Teacher!

By Guest Blogger Adrian Greene In my ten-plus years of working with exceptional children in the public school system, one issue that I find recurrent year after year is...

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June 19 – Aug. 4, 2017: New Summer Theatre Camp at UNCG

June 19 – August 4, 2017: NEW Summer Theatre Camp at UNCG! Acting, Singing, Musicals, and more! UNCG Summer Theatre Camp has something for everyone! Camps are...

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Things to Do and See Over Spring Break

By Rachel Hoeing If you have decided to stay in town for Spring Break this year and are looking for fun family ideas, have no fear! Today’s blog will give you...

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A Brighter Tomorrow

By Tiffany Cagle-Schrift, LPC, BCN, NCC Listening, Learning and Living Better through Neurofeedback My hope and desire for anyone I meet is that they are living a full...

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