By TMoM Team Member Rachel Hoeing

In today’s Sunday Spotlight:

  • Speech therapy from SpeakEasy
  • Royal entertainment from Reserving Royalty
  • Private schooling at Wesleyan Christian Academy
  • Local research study for pregnant women from iGROW
  • Forsyth Family’s Kids Morning Out


SpeakEasy Therapy

SpeakEasy Therapy Sunday SpotlightIf you’re worried your child may have delayed speech or language skills, do not hesitate to contact SpeakEasy Therapy. Julie Casey, Owner and Practicing Speech Pathologist, will provide a free, over-the-phone consultation to determine if your child is likely experiencing speech delays and advise on next steps.

“Call or email our office so that we can talk through these concerns and determine if the next best step is to set up a speech-language screening and possible evaluation. It’s a small investment that can provide answers to your questions and will either help to eliminate a concern or put you on the path towards resolving one,” advises Julie.

Additionally, SpeakEasy Therapy makes it easy to fit speech evaluations and therapy into anyone’s busy schedule by offering their services Virtually, In-School, and at Home. Email Julie at or call (336) 946-2493.


Entertainment from Reserving Royalty

Reserving Royalty Sunday SpotlightSay Hello To Reserving Royalty Character Company & Children’s Venue! Whenever you are looking for amazing entertainment, this is your answer. In addition to providing loads of fun, you can expect:

  • High-Quality Kids Entertainment Service
  • Professional Princess Portrayals
  • Superhero Experiences
  • Children’s Birthday Parties
  • Princess Playdates
  • Character Meet & Greets
  • Princess Storytimes
  • Specialty Events
  • and More!

Undoubtedly, there is an event coming up that can be made even more exciting by using Reserving Royalty! Learn more by visiting


Wesleyan Christian Academy

Wesleyan Sunday SpotlightWesleyan Christian Academy’s K-12 Preview Day is a wonderful opportunity for inquiring families to learn more about everyday life at Wesleyan. For 50 years, Wesleyan’s mission has been to partner with parents to equip students to impact the world and influence others for Christ. Wesleyan’s administration and faculty have a passion to provide an environment where each child can succeed. Therefore, it’s biblically-integrated curriculum is aligned from Kindergarten through 12th grade and has been tailored for its traditional K-12 coursework, elementary I/E program, Resource program and Enrichment Center, which serves students with learning differences. Wesleyan also offers an abundance of extracurricular programming including championship athletics and award-winning performing and fine arts programs.
Interested families are invited to attend Wesleyan’s K-12 Preview Day on January 19 where they will hear from school administration, faculty, staff, parents, and students. To register and to learn more, visit

UNCG iGrow Study: Seeking Pregnant Women to Participate

The iGrow Study at UNC Greensboro Sunday SpotlightThe iGrow Study at UNC Greensboro is recruiting new participants for the Infant Growth and Development Study (iGROW)! Pregnant women with due dates by February 28, 2022 may be eligible to participate. The goal of this research study, led by Dr. Esther Leerkes and colleagues, is to determine the earliest predictors of healthy weight, growth, and development during infancy. During this study, mothers and babies will participate for about 2 years. In addition, participants will receive a total of $405 and small gifts for them and their babies over the course of the study to thank them for their time.

To read more about the study, click HERE.

If you might be interested in participating, click HERE.

Please help them get the word out about our study by sharing this message with other pregnant women you know.


Forsyth Family’s Kids Morning Out

Sunday SPotlight KMOGrab a friend and bring the kids for a morning of fun at Forsyth Family’s Kids’ Morning Out at Kaleideum North! It will take place on Jan. 12th from 10am – noon. Check out the Sun, Earth, Universe Exhibition to find out how the earth is changing and what it’s like on other planets. In addition, IceVenture is back for sock skating and snowball fights!

Discounted admission is $5 per person ages 11 months and up, Kaleideum members are free. Additionally, if you purchase a Kaleideum membership at Kids’ Morning Out, you will receive 10% off. Each adult also receives 4 tickets for the fabulous prize board!

Click here to join the Facebook event page and RSVP!

Today’s Sunday Spotlight is sponsored by SpeakEasy Therapy, Reserving Royalty, Wesleyan Christian Academy, and iGROW.

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