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Breast Cancer Awareness

Nonprofit Spotlight: Reach Out for Life – Mammograms for Every Woman

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month Most of us know someone who has had or is currently fighting breast cancer. While there is much hope for treatment with good outcomes, the reality is that many women without traditional hereditary risk factors are being diagnosed at earlier ages. We are honored to share the story of […]

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Every Kid in a Park

Every Kid in a Park

How many of you are always on the lookout for FREE family activities? Let’s be real. Our weekends revolve around three questions: When will we eat? How will we exhaust our children? and… What’s the minimum amount of money we can spend doing it? Between now and August 31, 2018, millions of acres of parks, […]

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Understanding PANS

Understanding PANS

  Our brains are fascinating. On my journey as a special needs parent, I learn much about how the brain works through neurologists, behavior analysts, and the power of Google. My fellow parents with medically complex children live in a constant state of brain overload. However, the Richmond network of special needs mothers use this […]

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The Really BIG Show - New Location

4 Reasons Not to Miss Art 180’s “The Really BIG Show” Wed., 5/24 (Location Change Due to Weather)

We are thrilled to support ART 180 as they announce their BIGGEST event of the year… Join Us for The Really BIG Show! “A fun, free art festival for all! Come celebrate the spectacular creative talent of young people from the Richmond community. Art exhibits, food trucks, and more are in store!” Wednesday, May 24, […]

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Bloom Richmond 2017

The First Annual Bloom Richmond :: An Event Re-cap

RVA Women in Full Bloom :: Richmond’s First Annual Event for New & Expecting Mothers Last Saturday, the Richmond Moms Blog team, along with many community leaders, local businesses, and passionate medical professionals filled the beautiful new lobby of the Women’s Hospital at Henrico Doctors’ for a joy-filled celebration of all things motherhood at Bloom […]

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Inclusive Play in the RVA

Inclusive Play in the RVA

We all need playtime. Whether a “mental health day” or making time for our passions, playtime is important for refueling our tanks. For our kids, play enables them to learn, explore, and connect to others. Raising three boys with autism, we invest a lot of time and money in speech therapy, occupational therapy, and applied […]

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