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Feeling the Love of La Famiglia at Casa Italiana Restaurant

Upscale and family dining are not two terms that usually go together. However, dining at Casa Italiana in the West End gives the delightful experience of both. Formerly Pesco and Vino, this family run restaurant has been re-envisioned. Its ambiance is as warm and inviting as it is sumptuously elegant. On our visit, friendly and accommodating […]

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Meet Your Local Team of Writers Part Three

The final members of this diverse group of moms that are bringing you original content and insight on Richmond Moms Blog are two moms who have been at it for a while now; what you might call experienced mothers.  Even so, these moms know that connection, compassion and collaboration with other women they respect are the […]

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Pieces of Mommy

My two year old says a lot of surprising things.  Every day there is a new phrase or a new word.  It’s an exciting phase to wake up and wonder what she will do or say that makes me smile and laugh.  The other day a new phrase emerged that made my heart break.  We […]

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Meet Your Local Team of Writers Part Two

Our local Richmond Moms Blog writers are excited to share their stories of parenting humor, horror, and humility with you. The next three mamas have been in the game long enough to know a thing or two, but with recent newborns and/or toddlers, the reality of the early days of motherhood is still very fresh […]

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Meet Your Local Team of Writers Part One

The team of local Richmond Mom Blog writers is as diverse and beautiful as the stories and children they have to share. We hope you will get to know each writer and engage with them via comments, questions and sharing their posts with your friends and family. The first two writers we would like to introduce […]

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Perfect Parenting

I saw these words on the cover of a magazine and thought of how unrealistic this title was. Even if the article perfectly described what the author thought of as a perfecting parenting style for them, it might not match my style or your style, or schedule etc. Even the thought that there is a […]

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My Husband is Not My Role Model

You know when people say they married their best friend? That’s so sweet. I love those stories. But I didn’t. I have several “best friend” titles awarded to some really wonderful women in my life. I really look up to these women and know I can count on them for perspective, wisdom, venting, and laughing. […]

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