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Tips for Picking the Right Preschool

Thank you to La Petite Academy for sponsoring this post and providing helpful tips to use when selecting a preschool.“Is my child ready for elementary school?” If you’re the parent of a young child, or children, chances are you’ve asked yourself this question. We all want to make sure we’re giving our children every advantage […]

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Exercising Little Bodies and Big Imaginations – The Benefits of Ballet for Young Children

This post was sponsored by Tutu School Raleigh & Cary. Raleigh Moms Blog only partners with sponsors who we feel bring the most value to our readers. Lara O’Brien, Carolina Ballet Principal dancer and Tutu School Raleigh & Cary owner, shares the benefits of ballet for young children and why dancing is a fundamental part […]

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Free Children’s Books Thanks to Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library

I am so excited to share an amazing opportunity that provides Wake County families with free children’s books. If you don’t already know about Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, you are missing out! About the Program The Imagination Library provides free books to children from birth until age five. Each month, children are gifted a book at […]

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My Five Fave Toddler Lunch Recipes

Recently  I shared how I’ve made packing my young toddler’s lunches a stress-free experience. As promised, here’s my follow-up post sharing a few of my go-to recipes that often end up in both my son’s lunches as well as my own.  1. Two ingredient (sometimes three) pancakes.  Honestly calling this a recipe is a stretch. […]

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How to Find Your Mom Tribe in the Triangle

The to-do lists and expectations we have as moms can bring on stress. We’ve all been there. On top of our already packed schedules, we have school events to attend, homework to be supervised, a grocery list (not to mention grocery shopping) to manage all while juggling a busy workday. It can be overwhelming. Who […]

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Why Having One Child May Be Perfect for Me

One child.  Only-child syndrome.  Spoiled brat.  Lonely kid.  Maybe a little socially awkward? All of these are terms/phrases used to describe only children.  Why would anyone choose to have only one child, right?  As someone who grew up in a large Irish-Catholic family with five siblings, it might seem strange that here I am, advocating […]

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