Let me start by saying that I am no math major. I make a living writing, and math has NEVER been my strong suit. So, when my son has second-grade math homework, I get anxious the minute he unzips...
Dashikis, Roots, and MLK. Three words that can capture the festive essence of Black History Month. While some would have this month to reflect the adversity that Blacks have faced in America — from slavery, to segregation, to injustice and...
Let me start by saying that I have read Marie Kondo’s book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, I have finished her new Netflix series, and the KonMari method is in full effect in our household. When I say...
I am an extremely organized person. From the time I figured out how to line my Barbies up in a row, my organization system has more or less been "a place for everything, and everything in its place." And...
As moms, we worry about what our kids are eating, slather them with sunscreen and make sure they aren’t exposed to predators through apps and social media. But are you worrying about whether your kids are JUULing? I am...
Difference is what makes us unique and beautiful. Our differences can cross all sorts of social and cultural experiences, and that sometimes requires reaching out of our immediate circles to find ways to embrace and learn to support communities...
After Hurricane Matthew, we polled our team and asked about their experience with the storm. We were a year older and wiser when Hurricane Irma paid us a visit during the early morning hours of Monday, September 11, 2017. Below are...
Jacksonville Moms Blog is excited to host our 2nd Annual Fall Family Day at Celestial Farms sponsored by CareSpot! Conveniently located near Jacksonville International Airport, Jacksonville Moms Blog readers and their families are invited to join us for a private event at...
How much do you spend on groceries for your family each week? Who jumps for joy each time you see that staple product your kids will actually eat on BOGO, or the deal of the century on organic chicken...
Nurse Jessica Hamm remembers the first time she laid eyes on the 14-month-old girl admitted to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Wolfson Children’s Hospital with horrific injuries. Suffering from a skull fracture, brain bleed, broken femur and fractured wrists,...
So many things about the devastating news out of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School upset me: a mass shooting in a school, the senseless loss of lives, parents dealing with the unthinkable. As a mother of two teens, I...
Just over a week ago, we watched as frightened teens ran for their lives out of a South Florida high school. A school. A place where we send our kids for the day in hopes that they return when...

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