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Join the Music Fun at Kindermusik with Anne Hendrix!

Kindermusik is an international music and movement program for children newborn to six. Each minute of class facilitates your child’s musical, language, cognitive, physical, social and emotional development. We provide amazing online home materials – music, stories, educational games and crafts to continue the fun and learning at home. Our 45-minute classes meet weekly and […]

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Smile It Forward :: A Chance to Win Free Braces

Dr. Michael Weathersby, of Aspire Orthodontics with offices in Cleveland and Ooltewah, recently launched a new initiative called ‘Smile It Forward’ which will provide a deserving student in the area with free orthodontic treatment. “Orthodontic treatment is an important investment, not only from a health perspective but from a confidence and self-esteem perspective. I want […]

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The Montessori School and the “Love and Logic” Approach

Each school year The Montessori School plans a robust Parent Education program as part of its commitment to the community. The program consists of speakers, panels, and seminars meant to offer additional resources to parents and educators. The year, TMS is excited to host Dr. Charles Fay at the Bessie Smith Hall on Friday, September […]

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I’m a Mom to a Teen that Needs Braces

I’m a Mom to a Teen Who Needs Braces

It’s no secret that teenagers are particularly self-conscious and sensitive. In the social media age, appearance matters more than ever—just think about how today’s teens live in a world of shared selfies and cultivated Instagram personas. If this sounds like your teen, you’ll likely hear some grumbling when it becomes apparent they need braces. Thankfully […]

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Montessori Education Provides Enhanced Critical and Creative Thinking

As the school day begins at The Montessori School, Jacob, a preschooler, welcomes a classmate into the building as an older student holds the door for them. After exchanging greetings with the teacher, Jacob and his friend choose lessons from low shelves around the room. As the morning progresses, the students have uninterrupted time to […]

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Schedule Your Next Brunch Date at First Watch {Review}

The Fireman and I don’t get out much for dates, if you base “much” on the popular idea of “dating your spouse,” similar to pre-nuptial dating. We don’t have a set date night every week or month; it’s more of a oh-we-haven’t-talked-in-two-weeks-without-three-kids-in-between-us-CALL-YOUR-MOM-NOW kind of system. My mother-in-law is a saint; she has never turned us […]

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YMCA Summer Camps

YMCA Best Summer Ever and More!

Ready or not, here comes summer! Yes it’s still technically winter, but let’s not split hairs here… the past few weeks have been unseasonably warm, which makes us daydream about summer around the corner. And parents aren’t the only ones counting the days until summer—kids are too! Visions of pools, crafts, freedom, sports, outdoors, nature […]

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EV1 Barbershop & Salon Review (+Giveaway!)

I’m an extrovert by nature. Human interaction, especially with strangers, makes me plain happy and energized. However, even as a self-proclaimed people person, I get a bit nervous when receiving professional services from strangers. Whether this be a new haircut, massage, dress fitting, whatever, it makes me nervous not knowing what to expect. When my […]

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