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Let’s Hit the Trails :: Top 10 Kid-Friendly Hiking Spots Around Columbia

It’s no secret the Columbia is famously hot – we earned our tagline fair and square! As we enter fall with temperatures finally dipping below 90 degrees and the humidity lessening slightly, this is the best time of year to get your family outside. The Midlands is home to a surprising number of family friendly […]

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Best Baby Shower Gifts | Columbia SC Moms Blog

Best Baby Shower Gifts

It’s spring, which means it’s baby shower season. At best, it’s a reasonably fun way to spend an afternoon with people you love (or at least like). But at worst, it’s a stressful shopping experience followed by several hours of awkwardly passing blankets around and playing gag-inducing games. (Why is guessing what kind of chocolate […]

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Celebrate International Babywearing Week with Fun, Local Events & More! Columbia SC Moms Blog

Celebrate International Babywearing Week with Fun, Local Events & More!

Babywearing lovers from around the world are gearing up to celebrate International Babywearing Week, and Babywearing International of Columbia has lots of local, fun events planned. The public is invited to join the celebration, which takes place from Wednesday, Oct. 5 through Monday, Oct. 10 and will feature all kinds of free or cheap events […]

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A Letter to One-Year-Ago Me - CSCMB

A Letter to One-Year-Ago Me

Dear one-year-ago me, I remember the pain of that last month of pregnancy. Your pelvis aches every moment of the day – the only difference is whether it’s merely uncomfortable or outright painful. You can hardly sleep between the heartburn, constant urge to pee, baby jabs and kicks, and simply being gigantic. You want to […]

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The Do’s and Don’ts for Visiting Peachtree Rock Heritage Preserve :: A Local SC Attraction

I was reading one of those “Top Ten Things to Do in South Carolina” or some such list one day and thinking, “All these things are pretty far away. Charleston, Greenville, blah, blah, blah …” and then one of them caught my eye: Peachtree Rock Heritage Preserve in Lexington County! There is a waterfall! It is free! […]

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Mother’s Milk vs. Mother’s Health :: Why I Chose to Wean My Son

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children be fed human milk for the first year of life. I’ve worked hard over the past 6 months to be able to breastfeed my son, Asher. But my days of feeding him with my own milk are over, thanks to a medical condition called growth hormone deficiency that […]

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