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The Ultimate Guide to Columbia's Theatre Scene | Columbia SC Moms Blog

The Ultimate Guide to Columbia’s Theatre Scene

Think Columbia doesn’t have enough culture and entertainment to offer? Think again. We have a large number of theatres for a city this size and they are all wonderful! Here’s your guide to family-friendly theatre and beyond in Columbia. Columbia Children’s Theatre Founded in May of 2005, they are the Midlands’ premiere theatre for families […]

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Tips for Taming Toddler Tangles | Columbia SC Moms Blog

Tips for Taming Toddler Tangles

I don’t know how people combed little girls’ hair before there was screentime, but I’m assuming it was some kind of witchcraft or threat of death. Even with distractions and bribes, I’ve quickly discovered my little wiggler’s fine, curly locks are an absolute war to untangle – and she’s allied with the enemy. That enemy […]

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An Open Letter to My Child's Birth Mother | Columbia SC Moms Blog

An Open Letter to My Child’s Birth Mother

For most of us, the month of November represents Thanksgiving. But did you know that it’s also National Adoption Month? These are two of my favorite things! In honor of National Adoption Month, I am writing a note of thanksgiving to our daughter’s birth mother. Dear Birth Mother of My Child,  First, thank you for […]

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5 Ways to Give Back This Thanksgiving in Columbia | Columbia SC Moms Blog

5 Ways to Give Back This Thanksgiving in Columbia

Thinking of ways to give this Thanksgiving? Already, it’s time to make turkey themed crafts and tug on sweaters. So, whatever your feelings on this sometimes controversial holiday, now is time to be thankful for all we have, a time to think of others. What better family tradition is there than giving? We as parents […]

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Why There’s No Such Thing as a Disabled Parent

What is a disabled parent? I interviewed many people – from wheelchair bound, to blind, to chronically ill, to mentally ill, to terminally ill – and do you know what I found? I found NO disabled parents in Columbia, South Carolina. Seriously.  Let me explain. For starters, when you call someone “a blind person,” you […]

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