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Local Help for Any Mom in the Midlands | Columbia SC Moms Blog

Local Help for ANY Mom in the Midlands

I have worked for Daybreak Ministries for eight years now. It’s an extraordinary organization, but most people who know about us think it’s just for teen parents or moms in crisis. And while Daybreak is an absolutely fantastic source of safety and support for parents who may find themselves in a tough spot, they have resources and help available to ANY parent in […]

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The Answer To Bedtime Stress!

Y’all, bedtime can be stressful with little children. You’re tired. Your baby is tired. It’s just not a fun time. Note I said it can be stressful. But, it doesn’t have to be! For the first 2 1/2 years of my daughter’s life she shared a room with me and my husband. Not because we […]

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Appropriate Antibiotic Use | Columbia SC Moms Blog

Appropriate Antibiotic Use

Columbia SC Moms Blog is honored to partner with Lexington Pediatric Practice, a Lexington Medical Center physician practice, to bring our readers the following post written by pediatrician Lauren S. Matthews, MD. When a child is sick, many parents go to the pediatrician thinking their little one needs an antibiotic. But antibiotics will only help […]

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A Spark of Joy is Not Enough | Columbia SC Moms Blog

A Spark of Joy is Not Enough

A couple years ago, I read the uber-popular organizational book The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo. At the time I was intrigued by the author’s all or nothing approach of aggressively hitting the whole house in one go and purging items that don’t “spark joy.” Kondo’s organizational system consists of holding each […]

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Kids and Screen Time :: 10 Facts Parents Should Know | Columbia SC Moms Blog

Kids and Screen Time :: 10 Facts Parents Should Know

Columbia SC Moms Blog is honored to partner with Lexington Pediatric Practice, a Lexington Medical Center physician practice, to bring our readers the following post written by pediatrician Lauren S. Matthews, MD. Under age 2, children develop important cognitive, language, sensorimotor, and social-emotional skills through hands-on exploration and social interaction. Media use for this age […]

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