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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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Keepsakes | Columbia SC Moms Blog

5 Ways To Organize Keepsakes For Your Children

I thrive on organization. Clutter makes me crazy. As our family continued to grow, I realized keeping up with all the kids’ milestones, paperwork and memorabilia was getting overwhelming. I cringed at the idea of subsequent children not having all the memory books that my first children had, but I knew that was a growing reality. […]

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Bloom :: An Event for New & Expecting Moms

Presented by Spirit Communications Park, Columbia SC Moms Blog, City Moms Blog Network and Hosted by Our Sister Sites. Who :: This event is geared towards Columbia area moms who are currently expecting a baby, had a baby within the last year, foster moms of infants, or moms who are planning on growing their family soon. What :: A morning of learning, [...]
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Why You Should Consider a Doula - CSCMB

Why You Should Consider a Doula

You may have heard a friend or family member mention they want to hire a doula and you find yourself asking, “what’s that?” Believe me, as a doula, I get asked that question every day! What is a doula? Doulas work closely with expecting mothers and their families to provide non-medical support during pregnancy, birth […]

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Confessions of a Failed Hippie Earth Mama - Columbia SC Moms Blog

Confessions of a Failed Hippie Earth Mama

During my pregnancy, you could smell my crunchiness from a mile away (and it smelled of incense, patchouli, and a vague sense of superiority). I did prenatal yoga every day. I lived on kale smoothies. I meditated. I ran regularly all the way until my 3rd trimester. I tie-dyed every white onesie I could get […]

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