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Richmond Moms Blog is honored to share this guest post from Shannon Brim, M.D. at Virginia Physicians for Women.    Having a baby is an exciting time! There are so many changes—new routines to get used to, new experiences, new demands, new emotions, and...
Halloween is over, but scary movies, TV shows, books, and activities are year-round. Julie Best Wilcox, LCSW at Thriveworks Counseling and Life Coaching in Chesterfield, shares important tips that can help you navigate scary things with your children. How do we...
How many of you are always on the lookout for FREE family activities? Let's be real. Our weekends revolve around three questions: When will we eat? How will we exhaust our children? and... What's the minimum amount of money we...
Kindergarten is a word that stirs many emotions in a parent’s heart. Even if your child has previously been in full-time daycare or preschool, it’s a big milestone. Things become more formal, more systematic, more grown-up somehow, and of course,...
Dear Sleep Deprived Mama, I see you over there looking at Target's new fall line of bedding and pillows. You're so excited to move your child from a crib to a big kid bed. And I understand! It's exciting! Maybe...
Y'all. As a first-time preschooler mom, when we received my daughter's Welcome Packet for Preschool, I was beyond excited! "IT'S A LETTER FROM YOUR TEACHER!" I screamed to my daughter, as if Elsa herself had sent us mail.  I opened...
More than six years ago, I dropped my son off in his infant classroom for his very first day.  As a first-time mom and an employee of his school, I was adamant on not being that mom. You know, one of...
My son, my oldest, starts kindergarten in a little less than a month. It’s happening. His elementary school puts on a musical in the spring. At kindergarten registration, a few days before the musical, they had the opportunity to buy...
When I was pregnant with my first son, I received more advice than I could possibly process. I couldn’t go to the grocery store without people giving me their (often unsolicited) child-rearing opinions. So around the middle of the...
“Tonight I stood next to my daughter’s crib as tears started to build up. How could something so innocent, so beautiful, so wanted, bring so much hurt. Hurt because I feel guilty for feeling hurt, and hurt because after...
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