The weather was so nice last weekend that we could hear the mountains calling! We piled everything you need to pack to keep a toddler happy, healthy, clean, and dry for a day in the car and drove to Cade’s Cove on Saturday (not before a quick stop at Honeybee Coffee in West Knoxville – DELISH). The sky was blue, the grass was green, the … Continue reading Beauty from Ashes
Student loan debt. Did your stomach just drop? Did your brow furrow with a sudden onset headache? Did you feel a shiver down your spine? If so, you probably have debt thanks to student loans you took out to attend college. The average student loan debt in Tennessee is just over $26,000 and if a student goes on to attend graduate school, the numbers will … Continue reading Saving for College: A 529 Plan Q&A
There is so much pressure to fill our children’s lives with enrichment and development opportunities. Moms know that the investment in a child’s learning is critical and an essential part of parenthood, but unless you are a formal educator, you may find, like me, that you need a little help facilitating new learning experiences. Also, if your child is in daycare or school, it can be … Continue reading The Children’s Museum of Oak Ridge
The title may have fooled you into thinking I was going to share a anecdote about my son eating potting soil or that earth worm on the patio. No, I’m saving that for later. This post is about me. I was making dinner last night. <cheering> Please, stop. It’s the least I could do for the love of my family. Grilled cheese and tomato soup. … Continue reading Don’t Eat That
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