5 Apps for Toddlers That’ll Earn You 5 Minutes of Sanity

I know, I know. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, providing media to children under the age of two is not recommended. Other studies have indicated that prolonged media exposure can potentially cause

Organizing your Grocery List

A few months ago, Shannon shared with us tips on “Surviving the Grocery Store” which I love and live by.  Her tip #2 was to make a list ahead of time.  This has been key

Tips for a Great Birthday Party at Home

I believe that I am in the minority with this one, but I truly love to throw my kids’ birthday parties at our home. I realize that it is much easier and less stressful

Family Portrait Tips

Folks, its that time of year again.  Time to bust out your best outfits and practice your most genuine (but not cheesy) smiles for your family portrait/Christmas card!  Coming from personal experience, pictures can

It’s Like a Fight Club with Food but Not Really …

We call it Cooking Club. We meet once a month in some unsuspecting neighborhood in the culinary corners of Mecklenburg County. We call ourselves the Tasty Ladies.  We have been doing this for three

Are YOU the next Charlotte Moms Blog Contributor?

Charlotte Moms Blog is growing! And in order to keep up with the demands of our readers, we’re looking for fresh, local voices to join our team! Could that be you? This is a

:: GIVEAWAY :: Yo Gabba Gabba! Live Tickets

Got a fan of Yo Gabba Gabba! in your house? Then you don’t want to miss Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! coming to town on Sunday, November 9th at Ovens Auditorium. The Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! Music is Awesome

Anniversary Gift Ideas

My husband and I just celebrated our 8th wedding anniversary. For gifts, we often try to get something that corresponds with the traditional wedding anniversary gifts. It’s something that challenges us to be creative and have

Quick & Easy Two Ingredient “Pancakes”

My boys love pancakes (or maybe it’s more accurate to say they love the maple syrup aspect of pancakes), but finding time to make them every morning – especially with a six week old who wakes

Fall Sensory Activities

Now that the days are cooling off, we’re finding ourselves playing inside more and more frequently. While I’m thankful that an episode (or two…or three) of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood will occupy the boys for a