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Invisible Mom

To The Invisible Mom: I See You

Remember being a kid on the playground with your friends and imagining what it would be like to have a superpower? Some kids claimed...
Five Stage of the School Year_Cover

The Five Stages of a School Year

The end of the school year has finally arrived and as usual, the kids and I are dragging ourselves across the finish line. Most...
Holderness Family MAYcember

“MAYcember” Tribute By The Holderness Family is EVERYTHING!

If you follow Richmond Mom, and we certainly hope you do, then you probably saw our article earlier this week, A Mother's Survival Guide...
Preparing Your Child for Surgery

Preparing Your Child for Surgery

Many of us who work in pediatric care at Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital are also parents, and we treat your child like our...
Mother's Day What I Really Want

A Letter to My Kids on Mother’s Day: What I REALLY...

While it’s easy to think of Mother’s Day as another one of those “Hallmark holidays,” i.e., holidays that exist as a way to boost...
What Moms Really Mean

What Moms Really Mean When They Say They’re Tired

Ask any mom on any given day how she’s doing and chances are, you’ll get a bright smile and a cheery, “I’m fine!” Catch...
Parenting Stages Cover

Here’s the Hardest Stage of Parenting (SPOILER ALERT: It’s All of...

Today, I found myself late for everything, as has been the case more often than not in my 19-year parenting career. I was trying...
spring break

Spring Break…From A Parent’s Point of View

Ahhhh…spring break. That glorious week we used to look forward to with such excitement. As kids, it was a whole week off from school....
me time

ME TIME: Before Kids…and Today

The other day, my pre-teen daughter asked if she could take a bath in my large, perfect-for-bubble-baths bathtub. Considering the fact that I most...
Baby elephant tantrum

Baby Elephant’s Tantrum Proves Toddlers Are The Same Everywhere

Toddlers are notorious for doing what they want, when they want, and not being sorry for it. As parents of toddlers, we've all had...

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