Celebrating Valentine’s Day in Charlotte

Valentine’s Day is only four days away – have you figured out how you’re going to celebrate? If not – don’t worry! There is still plenty of time to plan, and loads of options here in


Charlotte has fallen in love! The whole metropolitan area is under some sort of LEGO love spell and for good reason. LEGO are fun, educational and everywhere.

Taking Care of Those Baby Teeth

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. The ADA Website is full of information for taking care of your kids’ teeth – from what to do about various dental injuries, to the importance of mouth guards,

Clean and Sanitized Car Seats? Yes, Please!

Ahhh…car seats. They’re where Goldfish crackers come to die. They serve as collection bins for stale Cheerios. They play home to kids meal toys. And, they’re always much dirtier (and often stickier) than we

The Bump Diaries | Surviving the First Trimester with Kids

Our family is thrilled and excited (and maybe just a teeny bit terrified) to be welcoming our FOURTH baby to the world this June! Early pregnancy is usually rough no matter what your situation is,

The Facts about Cervical Cancer

More than 12,000 women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, and more than 4,000 of those women will die. Cervical cancer is the second most common type of cancer

Celebrating a Hero

As the country sets aside a day to celebrate a national hero, a Civil Rights Movement revolutionary, and a great man, Martin Luther King, Jr., there are many events around Charlotte that you can participate

Going From One Kid to Two Kids: Four Products Saving My Sanity

Oh, they warned me. Those other moms told me that going from one kid to two was going to be challenging. I knew I was completely unprepared for the chaos that awaited me, but

Shopping on Instagram

Discovering that you can shop on Instagram has been one of the best things I have found, and one of the worst on my wallet. Stay-at-home mamas have taken Instagram by storm, turning their talents

8 Easy Ways to Lower Your Risk of Birth Defects

January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month.  The goal of this month is to raise awareness and educate the public.  For more information, visit the National Birth Defects Prevention Network. Most birth defects are genetic and