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In Support of Substantial Screentime

Summer screams for screentime. And maybe you should just let it happen. The underdog has always been the recipient of my support. Sometimes due to sympathy, and sometimes due to empathy. Most frequently, just because no one else wants to risk the public derision by standing alongside. Such villainy is associated with television watching; the […]

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Arts Museums ARE Children’s Museums – Tips for Family Fun with Fine Art

Did you know Richmond’s Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) is widely regarded as not only one of the best museums in the country, but one of the finest in the world? Right in our own backyard! Too often, people—especially parents—assume museums are formal, stodgy, child-unfriendly spaces. They’re not intended to be! Few destinations can […]

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A Mom’s Guide to the Winter Games

Growing up, the Olympics were a time to celebrate. At my house, there was not even the possibility of changing the channel: it was round the clock coverage. From the Opening Ceremonies, the events themselves, the stories about local culture, the Inspirational stories about the Olympians themselves (let’s face it, they are awesome) through the […]

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I Take My Kids to McDonald's - Richmond Mom's Blog

I Take My Kids to McDonald’s

No apologies. Zero shame. Nary a compulsion to “resolve” not to — so no breaking of superficial resolutions on this “National Ditch Resolutions Day!” Every Sunday morning before church, I take my kids to McDonald’s. Following every orthodontist appointment, I take my kids to McDonald’s. Horrified yet? That’s not all. After his play rehearsals, I […]

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Social Media & Our Children

Social Media and Our Children

A Whole New World… Growing up, I hated hearing my parents’ comparison between my generation and theirs. The answer to my complaints about my teenage angst were continuously met with, “When I was young…,” “Your generation…,” and the despised, “You have it easy,” response. Now that I’m a parent in 2017, I can safely say […]

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