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Amazing Resources & Services for Your Family

Amazing Resources & Services for Your Family

By TMoM Team Member Rachel Hoeing In today's Sunday Spotlight: Sean Miles Law Tackle Advocacy Davis & Goldberg Orthodontics High Point Friends School MIS-C and COVID-19 in Children   Sean Miles Law: Helping You Put Your Family First Sean Miles Law wants to...

Have You Listened to Triad Moms on the Mic?

Have You Listened to Triad Moms on the Mic?

By TMoM Team Member Rachel Hoeing In case you've missed it, we wanted to be sure our readers knew that we have added another way to feel connected and find resources as a parent in the Triad! TMoM launched our new podcast series, "Triad Moms on the Mic" this spring!...

An Update on Pregnancy and COVID-19

An Update on Pregnancy and COVID-19

By Guest Blogger Phillips Heine, MD, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Executive Director of Women's Health, Wake Forest Baptist Health Dr. Phillips Heine provided an overview of pregnancy and COVID-19 last April. As we continue to learn more about the new...

2020 Triad Fall Consignment Sales

2020 Triad Fall Consignment Sales

By TMoM Team Member Rachel Hoeing Due to COVID-19, many fall consignment sales are in the process of confirming dates for 2020. Some are adjusting their guidelines, while others are holding their sales a bit later this year. Others are cancelling and waiting until...

The Peanut App: Tinder for Moms

The Peanut App: Tinder for Moms

By TMoM Team Member Kodia Byers I have always considered myself a good friend, someone who makes friends easily, one with lots of people in my circle ... lots of different circles in fact, constantly connecting with others. When my first child was born there was...

Writing in Pencil

Writing in Pencil

By Guest Blogger Tracy Huneycutt For years, I have kept a written planner. I love my iPhone, but I am old school in so many ways. I still love writing checks. I still love sending letters. We have a CD player in our kitchen (albeit, a very modern-styled one), so we...

Cutting the Cord

Cutting the Cord

By Guest Blogger Teresa McHugh Whether it is your first child or last child going off to college, you can expect a plethora of mixed emotions to come your way. I know because I’ve been there ... four times. With each departure came a wave of emotions that usually...

News You Can Use Now!

News You Can Use Now!

By TMoM Team Member Katie Moosbrugger In today’s Sunday Spotlight… ~ Primrose Schools Build Critical Skills in the Early Years ~ Family Entertainment that is Fun, Educational, and Social at M1ND 6YM ~ Smart, Thoughtful Advising with AMR College Consulting ~ Fall...

Benefits of a Montessori Education

Benefits of a Montessori Education

By Guest Blogger Julie Smith, a local Montessori educator “One test of the correctness of educational procedure is the happiness of the child.” ~ Maria Montessori I walked into a Montessori classroom when I was fifteen years old and fell in love with this method of...

9 Lessons Children Can Teach Us

9 Lessons Children Can Teach Us

By Guest Blogger Megan Taylor, a writer with Forsyth Family magazine Brazilian writer and singer Paulo Coelho once said: “A child can teach an adult three things: to be happy for no reason, to always be curious, and to fight tirelessly for something.” As a teacher, I...

Social Distancing Fun for Your Teens & Tweens

Social Distancing Fun for Your Teens & Tweens

By Guest Blogger Ashley McNeill  So what's been more difficult? Entertaining a toddler during COVID-19, or listening to the grumblings from your teens as they complain about how bored they are? Tough call. They've each got their own emotional and physical exhaustion!...

Favorite Local Hiking Trails

Favorite Local Hiking Trails

Compiled by Piedmont Legacy Trails This directory is sponsored by Piedmont Land Conservancy (PLC), a local non-profit organization whose purpose is to protect these special places to help ensure clean water for our communities, habitat for our wildlife, locally grown...

Words of Wisdom for High Schoolers

Words of Wisdom for High Schoolers

By Guest Blogger Stuart Egan, a local high school teacher Let’s state the obvious. This is not how it should have happened. A little over three weeks left in this odd “summer break” and most high schoolers will return to remote learning after finishing the last school...

Win These Beautiful Kimonos in Our Instagram Contest

Win These Beautiful Kimonos in Our Instagram Contest

  Win these beautiful kimonos from Half Past Three! One for you, one for your friend!!  Contest begins Monday August 3, and one winner will be chosen at noon on Friday, August 7th! To enter: 1. Hop over to our Instagram page at instagram.com/triadmomsonmain....

Navigating Friendships and Politics

Navigating Friendships and Politics

By Guest Blogger Donna P. Dunlap, MS, LCMHC and owner of a local counseling center  I remember hearing as a young woman, that there are three things best left out of polite conversation: Religion, politics and money. I thought it was strange but learned these are...

Escape to Cascades Preserve

Escape to Cascades Preserve

By TMoM Team Member Rachel Hoeing This summer has been a unique season, but we hope that TMoM has been a great resource for you when finding new opportunities for family fun. We've shared plenty of exciting Day Trips, Waterfall Chasing Ideas, new Parks & Trails to...

Benefits of Baby Signing

Benefits of Baby Signing

By Guest Blogger Kris Smooke Wouldn’t it be great if you had a window into your baby’s thoughts and growing personality? Actually, you do! Babies can communicate using simple signs and gestures before they are able to talk. My first son was fascinated by visual...

Why Your Child Should See An Orthodontist by Age 7

Why Your Child Should See An Orthodontist by Age 7

By Guest Blogger Dr. Jeffrey Goldberg As a mom, you’re probably already aware of how important regular dental visits are for maintaining a happy smile. But did you know that along with regular cleanings and check-ups, orthodontic evaluations can play a key role in...

10 Ways for Moms to Enjoy Your Quarantine Time

10 Ways for Moms to Enjoy Your Quarantine Time

By Guest Blogger Ashley McNeill TMoM has covered many ideas over the past few months to help keep your kids entertained during this time of COVID. But what about mom? While many of us are juggling working from home, kids at home, and the stress of uncertainty, the...

Ellen’s Book Nook — July 2020: DIY for Adults

Ellen’s Book Nook — July 2020: DIY for Adults

By Guest Blogger Ellen Bryant Lloyd  A hobby is defined as an activity done regularly during leisure time for pleasure. People are quick to share what their hobbies are, but rarely do they devote as much time to them as they would like. In our “hurry-up” world,...

Doing Good Things: LEAD Girls of NC

Doing Good Things: LEAD Girls of NC

By Guest Blogger Ally Ponte While it has been an undeniably hard year for our country and the world, many organizations and community leaders have been working tirelessly to combat problems caused by Covid-19 and a long history of systemic racism and social problems...

Aug. 31, 2020: Online Book Trivia

Aug. 31, 2020: Online Book Trivia

Online Book Trivia August 31, 2020 at 7 pm Hosted by Bookmarks Event page here Due to the ongoing health crisis, this event will now take place online. Please email caleb@bookmarksnc.org to be added to the list and be sent a link to join virtually. Compete in teams or...

Aug. 29, 2020: Bust the Bus with Us!

Aug. 29, 2020: Bust the Bus with Us!

Bust the Bus with Us! 10 am to 1 pm 299 N Greene St, Greensboro, NC 27401 Event page here *Sponsored by  Kirkwood 5K, BackPack Beginnings and Charles Aris Executive Search Due to Covid-19, the format of this year’s Kirkwood 5K has changed to a brand-new event: Bust...

August 2020: Clear The Shelters

August 2020: Clear The Shelters

Burlington Animal Services 221 Stone Quarry Rd, Burlington, NC 27217 More details on Facebook here This year's "Adopt & Donate" event will run the entire month of August. You can adopt any dog or cat at BAS for only $10, August 1st - 31st. Can't adopt? New to the...

Aug. 8 – 15, 2020: Grand Opening Week for Neighborhood Barre Greensboro

Aug. 8 – 15, 2020: Grand Opening Week for Neighborhood Barre Greensboro

Don’t Miss NEIGHBORHOOD barre Greensboro's Grand Opening Week! Grand Opening Week: August 8 - 15  NEIGHBORHOOD barre Greensboro 3712-E Lawndale Drive Greensboro, NC 27455 Website: neighborhoodbarre.com/greensboro.php Facebook: facebook.com/neighborhoodbarregreensboro...

What To Do With Your Toddlers & Preschoolers While Social Distancing

What To Do With Your Toddlers & Preschoolers While Social Distancing

By Guest Blogger Ashley McNeill It's a trying time right now, and we realize that many of our readers are starting to go a little bit stir crazy while keeping children entertained, keeping our own sanity, and for many - also working a full-time job at home! Last week...

Triad Mom Groups and Meet-Ups

Triad Mom Groups and Meet-Ups

Updated by Jen Mearns You have found our "Mom Group" directory. We hope this list can help you find groups where it is easy for you to meet other women (and usually children) with whom you can build friendships and support. We have listed play groups that include both...

News, Freebies & Giveaways!

News, Freebies & Giveaways!

By TMoM Team Member Katie Moosbrugger In today's Sunday Spotlight... ~ Baby Quip Rentals & Cleanings ~ Now Enrolling at Noble Academy ~ FREE Assessments at OsteoStrong ~ Unique Busy Kids Opens Fall 2020 ~ Tackle Advocacy: Offering Individual Instruction &...

What To Look For in a Prenatal Vitamin

What To Look For in a Prenatal Vitamin

By TMoM Team Member Anna Keller Of course, the best way to give our body the key nutrients it needs is through our diet, but vitamins and supplements can play a helpful role in filling in the gaps when our diet doesn’t quite cut it. This can be especially important...

Banish Boredom With These Ideas

Banish Boredom With These Ideas

By Guest Blogger Ashley McNeill When I was younger, if I used the phrase “I’m bored,” the response I got was either “go outside and find something to do” or “ There are SO many things you can do!” A friend of mine said her response to “I’m bored” is, “only boring...

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