The Episcopal School of Knoxville’s Middle School Open House October 27th

The Episcopal School of Knoxville’s Middle School academic program is rich in opportunity for intellectual exploration and discovery as well as creative expression. The Episcopal School of Knoxville recognizes the middle school years as the most varied and exciting period in adolescent life. During this important time of intellectual, physical, moral, spiritual and emotional development, […]

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Parenting is Scary

/Parenthood/ noun: To be completely responsible for the emotional, physical, social, intellectual well-being of another human. It is freaking scary!  Here are 13 of the scariest moments we face as parents: 1. Pregnancy. There is a little life growing inside of you, sucking the life out of you, depleting your energy, and causing your body and mind to […]

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Halloween Swirled Sugar Cookies // These festive sugar cookies are super easy to make // Knoxville Moms Blog

Halloween Swirled Sugar Cookies

I recently mastered making a pumpkin roll for the first time and was feeling the good baking juju, so I braved a type of recipe I have always wanted to try: swirled sugar cookies. They are this magnificent colorful “beginning-of-the-Yellow-Brick-Road” gorgeousness and they just look like pure magic. I mentioned in my Valentine’s Day recipe […]

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Fall Looks: Fashion Edition

Feeling good as those crispy whispers of gold and garnet and fiery coral cascade down around you. That’s what fashion is all about. Fall is here, and there’s no better time to pick up a look book of what’s seasonally trending. Fall looks are about layers. Piling all kinds of warm and happy on just […]

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How to Survive the Roommate Season

If you leap into your husband’s arms when he comes through the door, this post isn’t for you. However, if you begrudgingly hand the baby off to your husband when he comes through the door, this post might be for you. If you find yourselves like ships passing in the night, this post might be […]

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Make Halloween Safer: Join the Teal Pumpkin Project

Even if you’re fortunate to have a child free of food allergies, you more than likely know a child who does suffer from them. It is estimated that food allergies affect up to 15 million Americans which means that one out of every 13 children you see playing at your child’s favorite playground, suffers from some […]

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Halloween Classroom Treats

Halloween Roundup of Frightfully Fun Classroom Treats

Okay folks! For those of you that know me, I am OBSESSED with Halloween!! Since my birthday is at the very beginning of November, while growing up I would have Halloween-themed birthday parties. I L-O-V-E Halloween. Did I tell you guys that Halloween is my FAVE holiday?? You get the picture… So, this is the first […]

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Hosting the Holidays with Costo

Hosting the Holidays with Costco

You may or may not know that I am a Costco groupie. Some people like to go to the movies or out to dinner for date night…I’d prefer to go to Costco kid-less and meander the aisles while contemplating which items NEED to come home with me. On occasion, I have debated curling up on […]

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