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Fly It Out : Travel Tips with a Tot in Tow

Fly It Out: Travel Tips with a Tot in Tow

Over the years, I’ve read a lot of travel tips for parents, often written by people who managed to schlep through an airport with their spouse and a baby, on a 90-minute flight with no layover, whining about how difficult it is to travel with children. It can be difficult, but it can also be […]

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Feeding a Big Family On A Budget

Feeding a Big Family on a Budget

When I say I have four boys, I almost always get one of two responses: “Wow. You’ve got your hands full!” or “How in the world do you feed them?” I’m not here to argue that boys eat more than girls or make any kind of assumptions about the sexes. My part-time, non-homeschool-mama job is […]

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How to be a Savvy Secondhand Shopper

How to be a Savvy Secondhand Shopper: Thrifting Tips from a Self-Proclaimed Professional

The week before I started kindergarten, I had one outfit to my name. ONE. My father had been laid off from his job, and whatever hand-me-downs I had from my older brother, no longer fit. Somewhat miraculously, my mother discovered a thrift store that had recently opened in the basement of someone’s home, and she […]

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Live Generously

2017 — Live Generously

Welcome, 2017. I’ve been waiting for you. Your arrival fills me with hope for what’s to come, and I can’t wait to delve into the new opportunities you will bring. You allow us all the chance to have a fresh start, and as I approach the starting line, I’m re-energized for the journey ahead. The new […]

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Knoxville Road Trip

Knoxville Road Trippin’: A Quick Family Getaway

Looking for a quick trip with the family before school starts back? Short road trips that won’t break the pre-back to school bank are the way to go! We recently had the privilege of checking out the Holiday Inn World’s Fair Park on behalf of Chattanooga Mom’s Blog and think it’s the perfect destination for your […]

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