Teens & Tweens

Connecting with Your Teen this Summer (In the Middle of All Their Screen Time and Friend Time!)

Connecting with Your Teen this Summer (In the Middle of All Their Screen Time and Friend Time!)

By Guest Blogger, Christine Murray, Ph.D., LCMHC, LMFT As a mom to one pre-teen and one teenager, I often find myself thinking that I’ve only got a certain number of summers left with my boys before they head off to college. Although this thought can make me sad, it...
Doing Good Things: Perfectly Imperfect Girls

Doing Good Things: Perfectly Imperfect Girls

By Guest Blogger Ashley Mitchell, founder and Executive Director of Perfectly Imperfect Girls Perfectly Imperfect Girls is a North Carolina based nonprofit youth mentoring program started in August of 2020. We currently serve middle school and high school girls ages...
Summer 2021: Family Bucket List

Summer 2021: Family Bucket List

By TMoM Team Member Rachel Hoeing This directory is sponsored by Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ Campground Resort in Asheboro, NC. This family-focused campground is packed full of activities and camping fun-ness for your family to enjoy and create lasting memories....
Prom Redefined Through the Eyes of a Father to his Son

Prom Redefined Through the Eyes of a Father to his Son

By Guest Blogger Keith Lawley Prom, traditionally a practice of children morphing into adults for one night, where the ladies dress to the nines, and the gentlemen experience getting fitted for a tux for the first time, wondering to themselves “what in the hell have I...
Sometimes Being a “Quitter” Can Be the Right Decision

Sometimes Being a “Quitter” Can Be the Right Decision

By TMoM Team Member Rachel Hoeing I’ve always been a mother with the mindset of “once you commit to something, you commit.” I am all about sticking things out, honoring your word, and being a team player. But last year, as my daughter started high school, I was placed...
Activities, Resources, and Support for Families with Special Needs

Activities, Resources, and Support for Families with Special Needs

By Guest Blogger Katy Biagini with Family Support Network of Central Carolina When you are faced with a child’s disability, it is easy to feel overwhelmed, isolated, and alone. Overwhelmed as you swim through a sea of information pertaining to your child’s diagnosis,...