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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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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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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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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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February is National Children’s Dental Health Month

By Guest Blogger Dr. Tina S. Merhoff The staff of Tina S. Merhoff & Associates Pediatric Dentistry, along with the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD),...

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Ellen’s Book Nook — February 2017

By Guest Blogger Ellen Bryant Lloyd Win a book of your choice from today’s blog! Details below! From the story of a brave young slave who escaped to freedom on the...

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Great Ideas, Choice Awards, and A New Giveaway!

By Katie Moosbrugger Here’s what we’re featuring in today’s Sunday Spotlight… ~ Spring Into Skating Fun at Greensboro Ice House ~ Cast Your Vote...

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A Children’s Book Birthday Party

By Guest Blogger Lisa Doss Imagine the fun when the pages containing imaginary rooms or places pop into your child’s birthday party. How exciting would it be to...

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You Dou What?

By Guest Blogger Becky Hale CD(DONA), Co-Owner, Piedmont Doulas Maybe you’ve heard of a birth or postpartum doula, but aren’t quite sure what it is that they do,or...

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Dinner Party Breakdown

By Kelly Hines There are few things I love more than throwing a dinner party. I love cooking, I love parties, and I love people. So I’m always a little taken aback by...

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Finalists for the 2017 Choice Awards

By the TMoM team Let the voting begin! The nominations from round one of the 2017 Choice awards contest have been tallied. The nominees with the most votes in each Triad...

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An Unlikely Love Story

By Guest Blogger Laura Simon It wasn’t exactly love at first sight, I’ll tell you that. I didn’t stay awake at night dreaming about this incredible love affair. In...

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2017 Summer Camp Directory

Updated by Katie Moosbrugger Summer Camp registration is already underway! We updated our list from last year and hope it will help you find just what you and your...

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Fun for You and Your Family

By Rachel Hoeing In this week’s Sunday Spotlight: CMWS/SciWorks reveal their new name Cheers! A Toast to Children’s Health invite Digital Blank Canvas...

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Win a $125 Gift Card from the YMCA of Northwest NC!

Enter to win a $125 gift card that can be used toward anything at the YMCA of Northwest North Carolina including membership, youth sports, swim lessons, boot camps,...

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The Lunch Struggle

By Heather Miller As I dressed my child up as a 100 year old lady for the 100th day of school it dawned on me that I have now packed 100 lunches. Times two, as I have...

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The Tasty Table: Favorite Recipes for Winter Weather

By Rachel Hoeing I always seem to forget how cold it can get in February until this time rolls around. And as usual, cold weather has me yearning for warm...

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Putting Things in Perspective

By Guest Blogger Laura Laxton We found out during my pregnancy that our second child would have Down syndrome, and, as you’d imagine, it was a pretty big shock....

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10 Ideas for Valentine’s Day on a Budget

By: Elizabeth Livingston, author of With Valentine’s day right around the corner, I know many of you will be trying to come up with some ways to...

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March 2, 2017: Noble Academy Community Open House

Noble Academy will hold its annual Community Open House on Thursday, March 2nd from 9-11 am. If you are interested in learning more about The Noble Academy Way, the...

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The Top 3 Causes of Chest Pain in Children & Teens

 By Derek Williams, DO, Pediatric Cardiologist, Brenner Children’s Hospital It can be scary for a parent when their child complains of chest pain, but fortunately...

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March – September 2017: Patty K Photography’s Imagination Mini Events

Explore Wonders with Patty K Photography’s Imagination Mini Events !! Mini Session events for your kiddos are happening this 2017 from March to September. A...

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Triad Consignment Sales: Spring 2017

By Rachel Hoeing It is time to start planning ahead to sell, volunteer, or shop at our local consignment sales in the Triad! The first sale is already in full swing, so...

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April 30, 2017: Deadline to Save $40 on MadScience Camp Registration

Sibling and multi-camp discounts are available and families can take advantage of even BIGGER savings by registering before 4/30 to save up to $40! With multiple...

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Relax, Have Fun, and Enter a New Giveaway!

By Katie Moosbrugger In today’s Sunday Spotlight: ~ The Spa at Highland Oaks offers a get-away from every day stress ~ The 2017 Choice Awards Call for Nominations...

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Feb. 15 – Feb. 26, 2017: Choice Awards Voting

Cast Your Vote in the 2017 Choice Awards! The nominations from round one of the 2017 Choice awards contest have been tallied. The nominees with the most votes in each...

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Reaching The Community Through Expertise and Service

By Guest Blogger Linda Hale, head of school for Noble Academy It’s that time of year again when we get out the polish and start making things shiny. I know your...

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Our Modern One-Room Schoolhouse

By Laura Simon Whenever I tell someone I homeschool my kids, they get a far-away look in their eyes and I can tell they’re imagining what on earth “home school”...

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Are You Doing the Dance?

By Guest Blogger Gray Moulton, LMFT, CST Therapist When it comes to sex, it’s usually fairly easy to discover whether or not you are the pursuer as opposed to the...

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Welcome to the 2017 Choice Awards!

By Katie Moosbrugger Our 7th Annual TMoM Choice Awards contest kicks off TODAY! This contest celebrates all things parent-related in the Triad. We ask our readers to...

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Junior Year Hell

By Guest Bloggers Karen Jarvis and Tammy Darden I was warned about ‘junior year hell’ when my daughter started high school, but NEVER fully imagined the possible...

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5 Ways to Control Your Child’s Screen Time

By Guest Blogger Whitney Barnard It’s 2017, and screen time is more than just TV. It’s computers, tablets, phones, and geez, now even watches! The best way...

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Choice Awards, Spring Sports & Birthday Parties

By Rachel Hoeing Can you believe January is almost over? That means we are already gearing up for our Choice Awards contest, spring events, and summer camps! Be sure to...

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Summer Fun at Dance Project: The School at City Arts

By Guest Blogger Anne Morris, Co-Executive Director at Dance Project At Dance Project: The School at City Arts, summer is the perfect time to GET CREATIVE! Try something...

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