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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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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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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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Knoxville Christmas and Holiday Events

Knoxville Family Christmas and Holiday Event Round-Up 2017

It’s here, friends! ‘Tis the season! Knoxville certainly knows how to celebrate the holidays and you are invited to a fabulous bunch of festivities all around the area that last through the remainder of the year! Hold onto your jingle bells and hop into your sleigh because I am here to take you on a fantastic […]

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The Episcopal School of Knoxville Prepares Students for Higher Education

The mission of The Episcopal School of Knoxville is to prepare students for higher education and a lifetime of learning within the context of a loving, inclusive and family-centered community. We enrich our students’ intellectual, physical, cultural and spiritual growth so that they may realize their potential as children of God and citizens of the […]

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Town of Farragut Freaky Friday

Town of Farragut’s Freaky Friday Night :: October 27th

Superheroes, princesses, ghosts and goblins – get ready! The Town of Farragut will host the 21st annual Freaky Friday Fright Nite on Friday, October 27 from 5 to 7pm at Mayor Bob Leonard Park on Watt Road. The event will provide a safe place for children to participate in Halloween activities while benefiting the Knoxville […]

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Town of Farragut Freaky Friday

Halloween Time in Tennessee :: Where to Get Your Treats and Decor

It’s almost Halloween time in Tennessee! Fall is my favorite time of year, and one of my favorite fun holidays is Halloween. From the spooky decorations to carving pumpkins, Halloween has something for everyone! Knoxville Moms Blog participates in many Halloween activities throughout Halloween, and we always need tons of candy and spooky decor! One […]

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Knoxville Fall Activities and Festivals

Fall Fun Festivities {2017}

Fall officially starts TODAY and while the current weather would say otherwise, the cooler temperatures and autumn leaves are really coming soon! The time has come to start rearranging your wardrobes, sipping soup, and of course, drinking and eating all things pumpkin. I’m back today to serve as your virtual tour guide through some local […]

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On the Outskirts of Town

Out the Outskirts of Town: Exploring the Fun Surrounding Knox County in Oak Ridge {Series}

No doubt about it, Knoxville is one of the best places in the U.S. to raise a family. We have great schools, tons of activities, outdoor adventure, festivals, parks, and so much more to keep you and your littles active all year ’round.  But don’t let all that fun in Knoxville proper keep you from […]

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Why the Hot Cop Facebook Posts are the Best Thing That’s Happened on Social Media this Year

Why the Hot Cop Facebook Posts are the Best Thing That’s Happened on Social Media this Year

Life can be really rough, and it’s been rough for a lot of Americans in the past several weeks. First Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, and we were all still watching the devastation unfold there when Hurricane Irma came along threatening basically the entire state of Florida. Back to back big, scary, destructive hurricanes. The country […]

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Talk Like A Pirate Day - Activities for the Family

Arrr! Talk Like A Pirate Day is Coming Soon!

What do pirates and donuts have in common? Apparently nothing this year. I came prepared to share that you, too, can enjoy donuts from Krispy Kreme if you talk and/or dress like a pirate on Tuesday, September 19, but unfortunately for this donut-loving mama, Krispy Kreme has decided not to participate this year. But wait! […]

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