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Ask Me First! | Columbia SC Moms Blog

Ask Me First!

It’s come to my attention that not every parent raises their kids the way I do. This isn’t a bad thing. After all, the diversity in opinions, the uniqueness of ideas, the variety of life hacks is what makes this whole parenting thing fun … bearable? Well, it can also make things that much more […]

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BUY ME THAT! – And so it begins… | Columbia SC Moms Blog

BUY ME THAT! – And so it Begins…

I used to teach a class at USC called “Using Information Resources.” One of the topics I covered was Media Literacy. My students all hoped to be future classroom teachers, so in this particular lesson, I focused on advertisements and pop-up ads that are found on television during children’s programming and in magazines, comic books, […]

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The BEST of Columbia SC Moms Blog :: Top 10 Blog Posts of 2017

The BEST of Columbia SC Moms Blog :: Top 10 Blog Posts of 2017

2017 was another great year for the Columbia SC Moms Blog! We are so thankful to all you, our readers, who were right there with us as we shared stories about our families, highlighted all the fun things to do in the Midlands, and encouraged each other in the equally rewarding and challenging life of […]

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First Baby, Second Baby

Let’s face it, for most of us who have multiple children, our parenting styles and perceptions can change a lot from the first child to the second and even from the second child to the third. You may think of that change as becoming being more relaxed or more easygoing. You may think of it […]

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Ask the Doctor :: The ABCs of Newborn Care | Columbia SC Moms Blog

Ask the Doctor :: The ABCs of Newborn Care

Columbia SC Moms Blog is honored to partner with Lexington Pediatric Practice, a Lexington Medical Center physician practice, to bring our readers the following Q&A session with Amanda Vartanian, MD.Q: What’s the safest way for a newborn to sleep? A: Infants should sleep on their backs because research shows it can reduce the risk of […]

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15,000 Diapers and Counting

15,000 diapers.  That’s how many diapers one mom told me she had changed in her lifetime. 15,000! I polled a few friends and this estimate was certainly the funniest, especially since she added “this is gross.” I’m not sure that mom had done the math, but I believe her claim is closer to the truth […]

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