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On Raising a Spitfire Memphis Moms Blog Lori Parish

On Raising a Spitfire

  Spitfire [spit-fahyuh r] noun A person, especially a girl or woman, who is of fiery temper and easily provoked to outbursts.   Last month my husband was a guest writer and defined the word “plan.” Which is now ironic, because I started this blog post a few months ago and for various reasons had […]

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What My Children Teach Me about Dementia

My grandmother was one of the strongest women I know. She was smart and business savvy. She was the most organized person and didn’t need Pinterest for inspiration. She knew how to hold her own in conflict or stressful situations. She was hilarious, talented, and oh-so-stubborn. She was the best new car deal haggler ever. She was a Supermom who […]

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2 in 19 months kids Memphis Moms Blog Alissa Abercrombie

2 Kids in 19 Months – My Honest Feelings

2 Under 2 Baby Bunching Cluster Babies Irish Twins If your children are close in age (less than 2 years apart), I’m sure you have heard these terms before. With our first child, we struggled for almost 2 years to conceive.  With my second child, I was nursing my first and in shock that we […]

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Itching & Twitching Lice Erica Baumer Memphis Moms Blog

Itching and Twitching

It started out just like any other day until I received a call from the nurse at my child’s school. “Mrs. Baumer, we have to inform you that your daughter has lice…” That will take a mama down a few notches. I was under the impression that I was a clean person. I kept my […]

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my kids dont do sleepovers memphis momsblog

My Kids Don’t Do Sleepovers

I never imagined I would be the kind of parent with strict rules that are out of the norm. But here I am banning my children from sleepovers. When I was a kid, I had this one friend who was not allowed to spend the night. Naturally, I was intrigued. She told me that her mom […]

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Lori Parish Memphis Moms Blog introduction

Welcome! Lori Parish

Hi! As I sit here after bathing, reading to, and tucking in 4 little kiddos, folding mass amounts of laundry, packing lunches, checking homework, putting away previously mentioned laundry and doing ALL THE THINGS,  I’m finding it hard to write about myself. Which is actually quite humorous because I’m quite the talker. So here goes… […]

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Lindsay Bright owner founder Memphis Moms Blog family

Meet Our Owner and Founder!

If I’m being completely frank, I think my journey through life and motherhood could probably be summed up as a series of “I’ll never… ” statements, followed by me inevitably putting my foot in my mouth. Parenthood really has a way of making us into total liars, doesn’t it? I’ll never have kids… And then wouldn’t you know it? […]

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Courtney Shelton contributor Memphis Moms Blog

Say ‘Hello’ to Courtney Shelton!

Hi there! My name is Courtney Shelton. I am a native Texan with a typical small-town upbringing outside of Austin. One of three kids to amazing parents who taught us to love God and everything He created (even the Longhorns) while enjoying life. I moved away to go to college and it was while living in College […]

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Lorrin Saliba contributor Memphis Moms Blog

Get to Know Lorrin Saliba!

Hi! I’m Lorrin and I have lived and worked in or near Memphis pretty much my whole life.  There was that 18 month stint in Little Rock that we don’t talk about but other than that, I’m a life-long Memphian. My family is here, we are here, we’ve considered moving if “the right job” came […]

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Meet Contributor Caitlyn Maas

Hey, y’all, I’m Caitlyn Maas. I’m an Orthodox Christian, life-long 901’er, mom to William, Wife to Brandon, and author of Geraldine + Virginia. I’m a devotee of black coffee, addicted to stripes, unpaid professional binge watcher, and possess a unique ability to start but NEVER finish a crochet project. I’m an ESFJ who lives to […]

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