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Easy Tailgating Tips for Busy Moms

It's football season, y'all! And we at the Memphis Moms Blog are ready for some tailgating!  Memphis is a unique college football town. While it's home to the Tigers, southern SEC ties run deep here. But no matter who you root for, football games mean tailgating! In an Instagram survey, we polled our followers and [...]
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Words for my Growing Girl

My husband takes our daughter to preschool. Before I leave the house every morning, I kneel down to look into her bright blue eyes and say, “Be nice, be strong, be brave, and have fun.” Recently, she has started saying it on her own when I ask her, “What are you going to do today?” […]

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Rise Up Single Mom :: Our November Nonprofit of the Month

Rise Up Single Mom Mission Rise Up Single Mom, Inc., (RUSM) exists to provide financial assistance, network resources, and community support to working single mothers who aspire to not only survive life, but thrive in life. Rise Up Single Mom has three focus areas: Education, Entrepreneurship, and Emotional Health. Focusing on these three areas allow single moms to […]

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Day Trippin’ :: Little Rock

It should be noted that I lived in Little Rock for six years while my husband was in residency and fellowship. My first two children were born there, and I have a lot of very fond memories. It’s a great little city: clean, easy to navigate, PLUS there is so much fun stuff to do […]

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The Weather Outside is Frightful: Fun Indoor Activities to Use this Fall and Winter

Welcome Fall. Welcome pumpkin spice, changing leaves, football and all the fun things about this time of year. Also, a (not-so-special) welcome to Memphis’s crazy weather seasons. What’s that you say? It gives you whiplash, too?  Mother Nature can’t seem to decide on how she wants to handle us here in the mid-south, and, for […]

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