The Year I Broke Thanksgiving

The Year I Broke Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. Some years, I think Thanksgiving beats Christmas, but it’s always a close call. Let’s face it; T-Day has all my favorite pastimes in one single day. Family. Food. Football. Naps. Food. I’m not much for the football side of it, BUT I include it on my list because I take […]

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Knoxville Christmas Tree Farms 2017

Knoxville Christmas Tree Farms 2017

Bundle up and get outside, Knoxville! The fall colors are not the only sight to see in East Tennessee; the wintry Christmas tree farms are equally as festive! Whether you’re looking to start a new family tradition or just want a day among the trees to see the scenery, I’ve got the latest scoop on the […]

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DIY Framed Canvas Sign (2)

DIY Framed Canvas Sign

The first I want to tell you before getting into the details of this project, is that the instructions are more time consuming than they look. The first time I did this I thought, “Wow, I’m literally never doing this again!” and then I have proceeded to make more of these signs. So, don’t let […]

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Fall Festival 3

Knoxville Moms Blog :: Fall Festival {Recap}

We celebrated the beginning of fall with our first ever outdoor Fall Festival at Tate's School! It was a fun family event with snacks, drinks, treats, bluegrass music near Tate's new red barn! When our guests arrived all the kiddos got their very own Knoxville Moms Blog balloons as well as some awesome swag from [...]
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Light the Park in Farragut

Light the Park and Celebrate the Season : Farragut Holiday Events

Countdown to Light the Park and Celebrate the Season Get into the spirit of the season at Countdown to Light the Park, presented by TDS and hosted by Shop Farragut. Festivities are 5:30-7pm on Monday, November 27, at Founders Park at Campbell Station. Enjoy refreshments and entertainment from local performers as a member of the Board of […]

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VFL Vol For Life

#VFL: Vol For Life

We’re all Vol in this house. Growing up in Knoxville, my family always rooted for Tennessee. It wasn’t hard in the ’90s; we had Phillip Fulmer, Peyton Manning, Pat Summit, Chamique Holdsclaw, and Todd Helton, just to name a few Tennessee legends. My parents volunteered with the Red Cross for home football games, which meant […]

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