Tag: children

What I Learned When I Read Letters to My Mom

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When I received a note from a mom friend during a difficult time, it reminded me so much of the letters sent to my...

Sunday Sing-Along at the Park View Market

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Park View Market is back with more silly, song-packed fun for the whole family! We are so excited to have Corinne Zmoos, the Singer-Songwriter...

Introducing our Summer 2021 Park Hop Playdates. Join Us!

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Summer is in full swing and we hope you are exploring nature, playing at parks, and enjoying camps. BUT... We'd love to see you...

Exploring RVA: Our Richmond Day Trip!

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If you're hankering for a little getaway, consider Richmond for a day trip! We recently spent a spontaneous Saturday exploring Virginia's capital city and...

Breast Pump Review: Elvie v. Spectra S2

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While pregnant with my second child, I was excited to embark on another breastfeeding journey. I soon learned that in the four years since...

Benched Dreams: Why Don’t Women Play Baseball in 2021?

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As a little girl, I loved baseball. My earliest memories include watching games on TV with my dad. We connected when we watched it...

Why Screening Kids for Myopia at Treehouse Eyes Matters

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With virtual school this entire past year our children have been on screens way more than I like to admit! And as we all...

What to Expect From An Unexpected Emergency Room Trip

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It is a sunny weekend and your kids are outside playing in the driveway. The next second, you hear the dreaded cry and the...

The Pandemic and Its Effects on Working Moms

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I wrote this article a few months ago, and I was clearly burned out. May is Mental Health Month. Working moms aren't the only...

Foster Care Awareness Month Part 1: Answering Your Questions

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I recently gave people a chance to ask their honest questions about foster care on my Instagram stories with the promise of answering them...

Our Decision to Only Have One Child

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The decision to have one child As a teenager living under my parents’ roof, I had no worries in the world. I used to dream...

Should I Freeze My Eggs?

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Should I freeze my eggs? It's a question I remember asking myself in my early thirties after a chat with my then boss. She was...

Korean-American Questioned: “What are you?”

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Guest article by Jennis Horn.  For as long as I have been alive, "What are you?" is a question I’ve been asked frequently. As a...

Celebrate 5 “Little” May Holidays at Home

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While things are looking up - longer days, more vaccine availability - things still haven’t reached a new normal. We’re still home a majority...