Moms & Dads

“Double the … Fun?” Dealing with a Dual Diagnosis

“Double the … Fun?” Dealing with a Dual Diagnosis

By Guest Blogger Laura Laxton If you haven’t already, meet Malcolm. He is 11; finishing up elementary school; loves basketball, baseball and his teen-age sister (much to her long-suffering annoyance); and, as you can tell, has Down syndrome. We found out about the DS...

Summer Fashion Trends 2019

Summer Fashion Trends 2019

By Rachel Hoeing Who else loves summer clothing? It's so wonderful to change from heavy, bulky clothes to light and airy outfits! If you noticed this past year, many styles were reminiscent of the 1980's, and it continues through this summer. Styles this season...

Ellen’s Book Nook ~ April 2019

Ellen’s Book Nook ~ April 2019

By Guest Blogger Ellen Bryant Lloyd  Win a book of your choice from today’s blog! (Read to the end to find out more!) I love it when spring fully presents itself. I look forward to the birds’ early morning serenade and the beauty of the blooming trees and flowers....

Is My Sexual Desire Gone for Good?

Is My Sexual Desire Gone for Good?

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...

What I Hope My Daughter Can Learn From My Eating Disorder

What I Hope My Daughter Can Learn From My Eating Disorder

By Guest Blogger Anna Keller In the fall of 2016, my husband and I went to our 20-week OB appointment to find out our unborn baby’s gender. When I found out I was having a girl, I was thrilled – and slightly terrified. After all, I don’t know what it feels like to be...

A Little Fatherly Advice

A Little Fatherly Advice

By Guest Blogger Ed Jones During my 60-plus years on this wondrous and wacky planet, I’ve been called a lot of different names. There have been the lovely, self-esteem-building middle school names: “Dumbo Ears.” “Pinocchio Nose.” “Ferret Face.” There’ve also been some...

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

By Guest Blogger Dennette Bailey Child abuse awareness is very close to my heart as I was a victim of child abuse. One of the things I promised myself as a child is that I would do my best to help abused children as well as help caring adults recognize the signs...

A Carolinian’s Guide to the Best Barbecue

A Carolinian’s Guide to the Best Barbecue

By TMoM Team Member, Felicity Lewis North Carolina is well-known for three things: basketball, NASCAR, and barbecue. And while basketball rivalries can prove divisive, if you want to see some passion, ask someone where to find good BBQ. Almost any recommendation will...

Driving the Big Van

Driving the Big Van

By Guest Blogger Alyssa Tabacca, author of Driving the Big Van Parents talk about buying their minivan as a right of passage. I could tell you about the day we realized we’d outgrown the mini and traded up to a Big Van. When our wonderful #5 was born we realized we...

To see other archived blogs in this category, please use the search box or click on the sub-category of your choice above.

Sign Up for TMoM Newsletters