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Thoughts from a First Time Dad

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Every Smile Has a Story

Every Smile Has a Story

By Guest Blogger Brandi Blaylock Every smile has a story. Stories of happiness, joy, peace, and understanding. This story is no exception. While lying on the examination table with the chilly and sticky conducting jelly on my belly at my 20 week ultrasound, I had one...

Find Your Tribe as a Mom of Multiples

Find Your Tribe as a Mom of Multiples

By Guest Blogger Jessie Ballard Parenting multiples is different, there's no doubt about it. Parents of multiples can't always take well meaning advice from singleton parents, and multiples can be overwhelming for even the most seasoned parent. That's where MoM...

Things You Forget About Having Babies and Toddlers in the House

Things You Forget About Having Babies and Toddlers in the House

By Rachel Hoeing My children are currently 14 and 16. It’s been a long, long time since we had babies in our home. But my sister has a one-year-old and an almost three-year-old. (It makes me tired just telling you that.) Being the dutiful older sister, I have watched...

Directories for Babies

Top 10 Places to Take Your Baby in the Triad

Top 10 Places to Take Your Baby in the Triad

By Jennifer Mearns When you first have a baby, well-meaning people might tell you not to take your baby in public after he or she is born. In one sense, they are right. You don’t want to take your newborn out where they might be exposed to lots of germs—hospital...

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Year-Round Child Care in the Triad

Year-Round Child Care in the Triad

Updated By Jen Mearns Finding trustworthy, reliable child care is not only an important decision, but an overwhelming one. There are so many factors to consider, including cost, availability, location, age parameters, certifications,  background and records of care...

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