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Knoxville Family-Friendly Day Trips

Knoxville Family-Friendly Daytrips

When you start having children, there’s no denying that the affordability of vacations goes right out the window. Not that we don’t adore our children, but vacations are a luxury we typically sacrifice as parents. Luckily, even if you can’t afford a trip to Disney World or a cruise to the Bahamas, there are quite […]

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CAK DAY! at Christian Academy of Knoxville, October 22nd {Sponsored Post}

On Wednesday, October 22 at 8:30 am, Christian Academy of Knoxville is hosting CAK DAY!, its campus-wide admissions open house. Prospective families are welcome to attend this yearly event, designed to give a glimpse into campus life at CAK. CAK DAY! originates at the Campus Center building (home of the Admissions office) where guests will be […]

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The Goddard School of Knoxville 2nd Annual Fall Festival {Sponsored Post}

Join The Goddard School of Knoxville for their 2nd Annual Fall Festival on September 27th from 10 AM-1 PM. It’s going to be a fun-filled day with food, games, bounce house, dunk tank, and MORE! This event is to raise funds for East Tennessee Children’s Hospital. Wristbands will include ALL games with the exception of […]

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A Note from the Teacher

Dear Parents of Preschoolers- As this school year starts and your little one begins prancing into the house with paint, peanut butter and God-knows what else all over their clothes, proudly waving their latest masterpiece in front of your face, (and subsequently getting glitter all over the couch), there are a few things I want you […]

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Back to School Traditions

You may or may not be ready to see the end of summer break, but there’s no denying the anticipation and excitement that this time of year brings. The start of a new school year has its own set of fun adventures. Now is a great time to build memories with simple back to school traditions that […]

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Back to School on a Budget

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been literally INUNDATED with Back to School ads lately! They’re everywhere! The first time I saw one, I was really irritated because it was barely July 1st, and I was determined to enjoy my summer! Now that it’s one week away, my inner cheapskate frugal-focused heart is starting to […]

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Summer Fun for Kids Five and Under

  As a mother with three kids who are all 5 or younger, I’m always on the lookout for outings and events perfect for little ones. Knoxville certainly isn’t lacking in fun places for its youngest residents. If you are looking for exciting, enriching summer outings that are age appropriate for babies, toddlers, or preschoolers, here’s a great […]

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2014 Summer Reading Programs

“Life’s a journey. Make sure you pack enough books.” -Author Unknown Let the world of books take you and your children on an exciting journey this summer! As a former educator, the number one question I was asked by the parents of my students was, “What can I do to help my child in school?” The answer is simple–make […]

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