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3 Common Practices to Sidestep During Your Pregnancy

Preventing C-Sections: 3 Common Practices to Sidestep During Pregnancy

I’m part of a group of women I call the “Cesarean Sisterhood.” For various reasons, and in consultation with our respective doctors, we each made the decision to have a C-section birth. In my case, my stubborn second son insisted there was no way he was entering the world head first. So, he put his […]

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Farragut Shamrock Ball

Farragut’s Father-Daughter Dance Tickets to the Shamrock Ball on Sale Now

The Town of Farragut and Kiwanis Club of Farragut will host the 12th annual “Shamrock Ball – A Father-Daughter Dance” on Saturday, March 4 from 7 to 9pm at the Farragut High School Commons. Fathers and daughters of all ages – as well as all family members – are welcome and encouraged to attend. Tickets […]

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Episcopal School of Knoxville

Setting the Foundation: ESK’s Junior Kindergarten Program Soars

At the Episcopal School of Knoxville, both the administration and faculty believe that “play is the work of children,” and at no level is that more apparent than with the junior kindergarten program. From its inception at the start of the 2014-15 school year, the program has provided a place where students are able to […]

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Berean Christian School

Berean Christian School Achieves Academic Excellence with Small Classroom Environment

Berean Christian School (BCS) serves K-12 students in a Christ-centered and biblical environment. From the time our students join the BCS community, they experience a nurturing atmosphere of learning and discovery in academics, athletics, fine arts, and service. Our teachers and staff use innovative methods to engage students and to build a community of learners. […]

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The Little Gym Winter Camps

Warm Up with Winter Camps at The Little Gym!

The temperatures have dropped, school is almost out for winter break…what to do with cabin fevered kids? Enroll them in the Winter Camps at The Little Gym! The winter camps get started on Tuesday, December 27th with the Dinosaur Ice Age and Arctic Cartwheels and Happy Handstands! You can also print off the schedule here. Children ages […]

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The Casual Pint Farragut

The Casual Pint Farragut {Review}

If you haven’t been to check out The Casual Pint in Farragut, there is no better time than now! The Casual Pint is located at 143 Brooklawn Street in the Market Place Shopping Center. They specialize in serving craft beer in a fun, casual, and relaxed environment. Starting in January, The Casual Pint Farragut will be […]

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Costco Mom Hour

Costco Mom Hour Recap

Well friends, Costco completely outdid themselves this year when it came to hosting the Holiday Shopping Event. We could not have asked for a better group of mamas in attendance nor a more welcoming company to have partnered with to kick off the holiday season. Costco started the morning by providing an amazing breakfast spread of […]

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TN Health Chat to Pay Moms of Teens for Health-Related Facebook Engagement

Are you a mother of a daughter ages 14-17 and looking to make a little bit of extra money, all while improving communication and the general health of your daughter? You might fit in perfectly with an online communication program called TN Health Chat, which is focused on teen health. First, through the TN Health Chat website www.tnhealthchat.org, […]

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Midwifery Today: A “Modern Hippie” Hospital Birth

Midwifery Today: A “Modern Hippie” Hospital Birth

While OB/GYNs are still the go-to professionals for infant deliveries in the United States, midwife-attended births are growing in popularity. And the majority of those births now occur in hospitals. I must admit, the first time I heard the word “midwife” I thought of somebody in a peasant blouse and blue jeans, wearing a floral […]

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