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History Can Teach Us Empathy

If everyone had a strong sense of empathy—the ability to share and understand another’s feeling and experiences—the world would be a pretty perfect place. Perhaps we could have avoided slavery, the Holocaust, 9/11, and countless other atrocities and tragedies if we all thought more about one another’s experiences and feelings.  In her recently published parenting book, Unselfie: Why […]

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Meet Holly

Hi. I’m Holly. I have always known that I wanted to be a mother. My whole life. I knew that I was destined. I knew that nurturing others was one of my spiritual gifts. No questions. It was all part of a larger plan that I was meant to fulfill. From about the age of […]

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What We are Thankful for This Year

We’ve heard from many moms around town about the ways you create an environment of gratitude in your homes during the Thanksgiving holiday.  So, our team of writers has done the same.  We took the time to share with each other what we are most thankful for this year, and now we’re sharing with you!  […]

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You know you are from Richmond if…

You remember volunteering to go to the grocery store just so you could eat a rainbow cookie while waiting for your deli meat. You REFUSE to call Ukrop’s Martin’s and you would never shop there on a Sunday (and you are definitely still in denial about them getting bought out).  You know Texas Beach has nothing […]

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