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You’re Invited! Red Carpet Family Event for Click Clack Moo at Columbia Children’s Theatre!

We are THRILLED to partner with the Columbia Children’s Theatre to bring you a very special, family-friendly, red carpet event for the opening night of the wildly popular production of Click Clack Moo! Join the Columbia SC Moms Blog at The Columbia Children’s Theatre and experience the highly entertaining and family-friendly productions both parents and […]

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The Plight of the Stay-at-Home Mom

The daily conversation I have with myself: “Do I stink?!” Probably. When exactly do I have time to shower? “I really need to cook dinner.” Is that before or after my 2-year-old hangs onto my leg for dear life for an hour? “I want to read my book so bad right now. I guess I’ll […]

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Summer Rewards for Moms

One of the first things we do when school ends and summer starts is sign up for the summer reading program at our local library. The kids get charts that they can fill out with colors or stickers for time spent reading. Even non-readers in our family get their own chart, and receive a sticker […]

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Celebrating National Craft Month With My Pinterest Fails

Let’s just come out with it: I have crowned myself Queen of the Pinterest Fails. Because I so actively embrace that title (while never giving up on my goal of completing one project correctly), I am going to tell you about several of my epic fails, all achieved while trying to come up with something fun to entertain my toddler. […]

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What’s in a (Middle) Name?

Here is some groundbreaking, how-did-I-live-before-I-knew-this information: March 6 is Middle Name Pride Day. When I was little I did not like my middle name. Growing up in Philadelphia, Mercedes was not a name, it was a car. When we moved back to Puerto Rico, it was a name, but not a child’s name. Anyone named […]

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