Moms & Dads

He Never Hit Me

He Never Hit Me

By Anonymous I was working my way through a yoga workout after a week of intense weight-lifting and soreness. I’m never flexible, and on that Sunday morning, I was struggling with severe pain in my back. I also had to go to the bathroom, but there were only ten...

Sparkletina, The Tooth Fairy

Sparkletina, The Tooth Fairy

By Guest Blogger Marie Hunkele I think I commit, on average, about 1.3 Mommy Fails a day. But what I’m famous for, are the EPIC Mommy Fails. Take the Tooth Fairy, for instance. When my oldest daughter lost her first tooth, I had no idea what the going rate for a tooth...

Finding Hope After a Miscarriage

Finding Hope After a Miscarriage

By TMoM Team Member Suzy Fielders Aaron As a writer and blogger, I often share so many of my own stories. I’ve written in the past about being a single mom, hardships in my life, living with Celiac Disease, life lessons I’ve learned, homeschooling my daughter, how I...

Why You Gotta Be So Mean?

Why You Gotta Be So Mean?

By Guest Blogger Chrissy McCullough, author of the blog My Blue Nest October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month. Although we typically focus on preventing this behavior among our children, it can also occur among adults which is then mimicked by our kids....

Creating Balance this Equinox

Creating Balance this Equinox

By TMoM Team Member, Ashley Quinn Four buckets every person can fill every day to fuel their body, mind, soul, and feel fabulous! As we move into autumn and our children adjust to their new school routines, many of us are inspired or required to set a fresh rhythm to...

Summer Into Fall: Transitional Fashion

Summer Into Fall: Transitional Fashion

By Guest Blogger Kristie Moesner Rhodes, author of the blog Kristie in Carolina It’s hard to believe that fall is upon us! Although for those of us here in NC, we know those high temps are sticking around at least through mid-October.  It is officially the time of the...

7 Ways to Advocate for Your Child at School

7 Ways to Advocate for Your Child at School

By Guest Blogger Neely Turlington If you're like me, the start of a new school year can bring on a range of emotions. There can be excitement for the possibilities ahead, worry about the challenges and confusion about how to get the year started on the right track. ...

Tips for Working Moms

Tips for Working Moms

By TMoM Team Member Rachel Hoeing Happy Labor Day! To pay tribute to this holiday, we want honor all the hard working moms out there. Today we are sharing tips and tricks we've received from local moms who we think have a knack for balancing work and home life. These...

Are You Feeling the Stress?

Are You Feeling the Stress?

By Guest Blogger Kim Williams If you’re not dealing with stress right now, you’re not paying attention. A pandemic, wars, social media banter, political bullying (or is that social media bullying and political banter?). The trees are dying, animal species...

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