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Marcie - staying home

The Secret to Being a Stay-at-Home Mom

I have always known that I wanted to stay home with my kids if that was in the cards for my family. So leaving my job in June 2012 wasn’t a surprise or even sad. What was a surprise was how hard the transition to being a stay-at-home mom was. I had to find my […]

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Cheryl - VMFA

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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Spring Cleaning Made Me $3,000

Spring is here (despite this crazy weather) and with the season change comes time for cleaning out all those rooms and closets. Facebook has a new marketplace feature where it is super easy to post things for sale. Between this and apps like OfferUp it is now a breeze to sell your extra items and […]

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aditi - siblings

Keeping the Sibling Peace

Who else feels like pulling their hair when the siblings call for a referee? “Mooooooom. (insert name here) is (insert alleged act of aggression here) to me… “ And you knew it was coming! It’s like a superpower. This ability to predict, when the argument will hit that pitch that will make you pull your […]

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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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Here Comes the Sun

I’ve spent most of the last 6 years living in a proverbial hole. I was welcomed into motherhood with a baby who screamed for most of his first year and didn’t sleep through the night until well after 1 year. Then I was chasing a toddler and pregnant, a whole new level of exhaustion. Then […]

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