Moms & Dads

The “Not Right Now” Things

The “Not Right Now” Things

By Anna Keller I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the all things I enjoy and how many of them just don’t fit into my life at the moment. At first, I gave myself a hard time about that, challenging myself to find time to squeeze everything in, but after a while I...

All Things to All People

All Things to All People

By Guest Blogger Kathryn Campbell I am known to be an outgoing, positively-natured person. I am confident and know what (I believe) to be right and wrong. I work hard in my career and am able to make a difference in the life of a lot of people. I am able to balance...

WIN a $50 Amazon Gift Card

WIN a $50 Amazon Gift Card

  Who wants a $50 Amazon gift card just in time for the holidays? We will choose one random winner on December 20th to receive this prize! It's easy to enter! Follow us on Instagram here: instagram.com/triadmomsonmain Look for this image and tag five friends...

Room Poems, Bad Babies, and the Power of Punctuation

Room Poems, Bad Babies, and the Power of Punctuation

By Guest Blogger Andrea Ropko There is a tiny population of middle schoolers wandering around Winston-Salem who would possibly have a reaction to the following phrase: “Don’t underestimate the power of punctuation.” You might be met with rolling eyes and a...

Tips for the Very Best Thanksgiving Ever

Tips for the Very Best Thanksgiving Ever

By Kelly Hines My husband and I started dating two weeks before Thanksgiving, and this year marks the twenty-ninth time we have celebrated the holiday together. Twenty-nine years of blended families and arguments over whether it’s called stuffing or dressing (it’s...

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...

Seattle Untethered

Seattle Untethered

By Guest Blogger JamillahNeeairah Nasir “Mama J” When I was a young girl, I spent countless Saturdays pouring over back issues of National Geographic and imagining myself dancing through the streets of the Congo, backpacking along the Chinese wall, or as part of the...

Attending Funerals with the Little Ones

Attending Funerals with the Little Ones

By Felicity Lewis There will inevitably come a time when you, as an adult need to attend a funeral.  As hard as funerals can be for us as adults, we are occasionally faced with a difficult decision—do I bring my child to the funeral of a deceased loved one.  There’s...

What No One Tells You About Parenting

What No One Tells You About Parenting

By Guest Blogger Suzy Fielders Once you become pregnant you’ll find that everyone loves to tell you their parenting stories and often times their parenting advice. Even after the baby is born that continues to stay a constant in parenting chats and get-togethers. My...

Slowly Emerging from the Baby Tunnel

Slowly Emerging from the Baby Tunnel

By Laura Simon I bought some lipstick at Target last week. That might not seem like anything special, but I haven’t owned lipstick in at least three years. Maybe longer. The last tube I remember having was one of those free samples you get from Clinique, and I haven’t...

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