Author Archive | Greer Caldwell

Girls Night IN (1)

Girls’ Night IN

It’s one of those ideas that seems so simple and obvious once you’ve had it, but the first “Girls’ Night In” actually kind of happened on accident. A girlfriend’s husband was out of town and she texted a few of us asking for some adult company that evening once she had gotten her kids to […]

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I Like My Kids Like I Like My Chicken

I Like My Kids Like I Like My Chicken

A debate sprung up on a Chattanooga mom’s Facebook page the other day when someone posted about the appropriate age to allow your children to play outside alone. The responses were split — some mothers vehemently against letting their children outside unsupervised, while others were comfortable letting their kids explore starting at toddlerdom. And, of course, […]

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Frothy Monkey

Frothy Monkey Coffee Mommies {Review}

As the CMB resident coffee shop expert and lover of all things caffeinated, it seemed natural for me to write our review post for a new Chattanooga coffee hot spot, Frothy Monkey! The Chattanooga Moms Blog contributors were invited to spend a morning checking out Frothy Monkey and all it has to offer. We could not […]

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A Home is More Than a House

The past few years have been full of a lot of moves for my family, both immediate and extended. We moved from Athens to Chattanooga right after my middle sister moved with her new husband  to Denver; my youngest sister started a job in Spartanburg; my mom moved from her decades-long home in Augusta to rent our […]

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Why I Could Never Be a Minimalist

I Could Never Be a Minimalist

Minimalism: according to the first few hits of a google search, “Minimalism is a tool that can assist you in finding freedom. Freedom from fear. Freedom from worry. Freedom from overwhelm. Freedom from guilt. Freedom from depression. Freedom from the trappings of the consumer culture we’ve built our lives around. Real freedom.” Also, “…at its core, […]

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