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A Letter to My Teen Daughters

A Letter to (my) Teen Daughters

Dear daughters, I know you are no longer little girls with multiple ponytails and barrettes and carrying around your “lovey.”  But that is often what I still see. Glimpses of those little babies, but also so much more as you get older. I can’t even express how proud I am of how you’re navigating challenging situations and how grown you […]

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Guarding Your Teen’s Heart this Valentine’s Day | Columbia SC Moms Blog

Guarding Your Teen’s Heart This Valentine’s Day

For most, Valentine’s Day is a day love. A day to celebrate that love through an act of appreciation to or from the one you love. Appreciation is usually illustrated in the form of hand written notes, boxes of chocolates, stuffed animals, and balloons.  For elementary aged children, Valentine’s Day is a cute celebration of […]

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Parenting Like My Parents | Columbia SC Moms Blog

Parenting Like My Parents

You know how your parents always used to say, “You’ll thank me when you’re older?” And it was usually right before or after they did something annoying, like lay down some silly rule about curfews or dating. As soon as they said it, I knew I wouldn’t thank them when I was older. I would […]

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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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Graduation at Hammond - The Benefits of the Hammond Experience | Columbia SC Moms Blog

The Influence of a Great Educator Lasts a Lifetime

Columbia SC Moms Blog is honored to partner with Hammond School to bring our readers the following post. I’ll never forget receiving the phone call years ago from my disappointed kindergartener who had forgotten his change of clothes for a trek with Hammond’s naturalist-in-residence, Tom Mancke. To a five year-old, missing a morning excursion with […]

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