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Summer Hair Tips

Ahhh, summer! Warm temperatures, swimming, outdoor activities, festivals, cookouts. Humidity, sweat, frizz, chlorine. I love summertime, but it is not good on hair, and as a hairstylist, I get lots of questions about the best way to care for locks in the heat. Here are my top 5 tips for coping in the summertime. 1. […]

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The Family Table: Kids in the Kitchen

My two kids could not be more different in their approach to food or in their tastes.  My daughter has always been adventurous, trying anything we offered her with few exceptions. My son has been more cautious and hesitant to try anything new. One of our strategies to get both kids to expand their tastes […]

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Cinco de Mayo is NOT Mexican Independence Day

As previously established, Richmonders LOVE any reason for a festival or celebration. Next on the list: Cinco de Mayo!! Woohoo! For a lot of people, this day will be filled with eating delicious Mexican food and drinking delicious Mexican beer. But do they know why they are celebrating? I’m guessing that more often than not, […]

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Get in the Picture, Mom!

What Mom doesn’t love cute pictures of her kids? These days, we all seem to have social media accounts bursting with images of birthday parties, vacations, school pics and silly moments. And who is usually the one taking those photos, documenting those precious memories? Well, Mom, of course. I know, I know, not EVERY single […]

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Learning Lessons the Hard Way

Learning Lessons the Hard Way

As a self-professed control freak, raising kids has presented its fair share of challenges: How do you find that balance between helping your children with things they aren’t ready for and yet teach them to do things for themselves? How do you determine what is an acceptable risk? What do you use as a guideline […]

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My Kids' Confidence Trumps Your Pessimism - Richmond Moms Blog

My Kids’ Confidence Trumps Your Pessimism

One of the things that I admire most about my kids is their confidence. They’re constantly coming up with new ideas and projects and trying out for every club or activity that interests them: Running for an SCA office, auditioning for the school play, joining the band or the choir, trying out for the school […]

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