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Nashville Weekend Happenings: August 18-21

Nashville Weekend Happenings: August 18-21

Friday, August 18th: Italian Light’s Festival When: August 18th-21st Where: Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park What: Experience culture and cuisine of the old Country through 4 days of Italian food, wine, music and arts. Free concerts, authentic dining experiences, family and kid’s activities Zoovie Friday When: August 18th at 6 p.m. Where: Nashville Zoo What:… Continue Reading

Nashville Weekend Happenings: August 18-21

Friday, August 18th: Italian Light’s Festival When: August 18th-21st Where: Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park What: Experience culture and cuisine of the old Country through 4 days of Italian food, wine, music and arts. Free concerts, authentic dining experiences, family and kid’s activities Zoovie Friday When: August 18th at 6 p.m. Where: Nashville Zoo What:… Continue Reading

Beating the Back to School Blues

Beating the Back to School Blues Another summer has passed us by, the carefree days of no strict schedules, swimming, exploring and taking it easy have transitioned back to packed lunches and homework filled afternoons. Of course during the summer on my one millionth trip to the pantry to refill their snack cups, I would… Continue Reading

PIZZAZZERIE: ENTERTAIN IN STYLE BOOK LAUNCH

Local mom and author, Courtney Whitmore of Pizzazzerie is kicking off her Book Tour Launch Party at Draper James on August 17th. Pizzazzerie Entertain In Style is the ultimate entertaining book with more than 50 scrumptious recipes, how-to hosting instructions, DIY crafts, and will have you wanting to host a party asap! Courtney features a Jane Austen-inspired… Continue Reading

Nashville Weekend Happenings: August 11-13

Friday, August 11th: Williamson County Fair Where: The Williamson County Agricultural Expo Park When: August 11th from 6 p.m.-10 p.m. What: Farm animals, carnival rides, concerts and much more! Telescope Night at Dyer Observatory Where: Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory, 1000 Oman Drive Brentwood When: August 11th from 9 p.m.-11 p.m. What: The Dyer Observatory telescopes will… Continue Reading

A Mom’s Guide to the Solar Eclipse

  If you haven’t heard a Solar Eclipse is coming to Nashville, you’ve been living on the moon! We’ve rounded up some helpful tips for this celestial event! If you’re like me and passed more notes to friends in science class, then you may not exactly know what a Solar Eclipse is…Thanks to Wikipedia, we… Continue Reading

Back to School: Fun Lunch Ideas

It’s that time of year again! Back to School has arrived. You, as a mom might be feeling a little sad. Maybe you have a kindergartener and will have to get into a brand new school routine or maybe you have two kiddos going to school this year and you will have an “empty nest”… Continue Reading

Nashville Weekend Happenings: August 4-6

Friday, August 4th: Williamson County Fair Where: The Williamson County Agricultural Expo Park When: August 4, 6 p.m.-10 p.m. What: The Williamson County Fair kicks off this weekend with farm animals, carnival rides, concerts and much more! The Wilco Fair will run through August 12th. Tennessee Titan’s Training Practice Where: Centennial High School in Franklin,… Continue Reading

Why we love Mac & Mia

You’ve probably seen our posts on Instagram, but we wanted to give you more info on our newest obsession in this house: Mac & Mia! Mac & Mia is a box curated by a personal stylist for children. You log on, take a short survey about your kid’s (and your) style preferences, where you like… Continue Reading

Babysitter in Training Camp

This post was sponsored by Sitting Made Simple® Nashville. Babysitting is an important job and is often one of your first jobs growing up! While a love for kids is a definite starting point, you need many other skills to be a successful sitter. Join Lindsey of SMS® Nashville for Babysitter in Training Camp! During… Continue Reading

When should you tell your child about the birds and the bees?

One of the questions I answer most often is when should we tell children about the birds and the bees, aka the truth about how babies are made. The short answer is, when they ask! And if they don’t ask, you tell them…before age 8! Many children start asking questions about where they came from around… Continue Reading