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Tips for Raising a Culturally Diverse Child

There is such a sweet, innate, innocence within our children. They happily embrace and play with each other regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, and background. Sadly, as adults, many times we lose this innocence. Our nation is becoming more and more diverse. However, it seems that at times we are surrounded by divisiveness. There is […]

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Books that Teach our Children about Showing Love & Kindness Toward Others

“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart that its opposite.” – Nelson Mandela Let’s face […]

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Read All About It: Books For Your Beach Bag

I’ve always been a voracious reader and in my younger days, I could easily devour a novel in a single day. Now that things like a job, two hungry kids and a never-ending laundry pile fill my days, I can’t sneak nearly as much time to dive into a book as I used to. And, […]

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A New Children’s Book to Add to Your Collection: Hopkins Goes to the Beach

Knoxville Moms Blog is excited to share with our readers a new children’s book released earlier this year: Hopkins Goes To The Beach. The book was written by local Knoxville author, Jennifer Hultz! Hopkins learns that even with all the excitement of visiting the beach, nothing compares to the love and security of his mommy! Bright […]

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Social Emotional Development: Using Books to Teach Important Life Skills {Free Printable}

One of the most influential things we can do for our children is to nurture and encourage their social emotional development. These foundational tools will help them understand and express their own feelings, accurately read and respond to other people’s emotional state, manage their own expressions, show empathy to others and be able to maintain relationships as they […]

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KonMari MADNESS

I am not a hoarder by any means. I am the opposite of a hoarder. Is there a name for that? Seeing clutter gives me anxiety. I want everything put up and in “its place.” But, then I had my son. I still like everything picked up and in its place, but I’ve learned to […]

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