Moms & Dads

One Dad’s Perspective In Homeschooling His ADHD Daughter During COVID

One Dad’s Perspective In Homeschooling His ADHD Daughter During COVID

By Guest Blogger Juan Santos M.S., CRC, LCMHC As a parent, watching my kids grow and learn during COVID, I can tell you that I am amazed and proud to see how they are navigating such difficult waters. Parenting and homeschooling a child with ADHD is a ball game of its...
Local Programs & Updates for All Ages

Local Programs & Updates for All Ages

By TMoM Team Member Katie Moosbrugger In today’s Sunday Spotlight: ~ Senior Portraits with Yasmin Leonard Photography ~ Smoke City Meats: Your Neighborhood Butcher ~ Programs for Toddlers through Teens at Little Blank Canvas ~ Triad Podcast Network Features...
Quarantine “Mommy-ing” Mishap

Quarantine “Mommy-ing” Mishap

By TMoM Team Member Laura Simon They say laughter is the best medicine, so if the day all my quarantine “mommy-ing” caught up to me will help you feel better, then it’ll all be worth it. It all started at swim team practice. It’s not like the old days where I dropped...
Thanks to the Step Dads

Thanks to the Step Dads

By Anonymous Parenting is hard.  Whether you are doing it alone or with a partner, it is hard work. I have been doing the single-parent thing for a while now but I was lucky enough to have someone reenter my life that in all honesty, I have always loved.  He and I...
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...