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Jennifer W

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A North Carolina native, Jennifer has called Colorado Springs, CO, Lynchburg, VA, New Orleans, LA, and Charleston, SC home since graduating from Elon University in 2003. She has spent time as a journalist, event planner, and sports information director. Now, the Hoover resident is a full-time sales & marketing professional for an outdoor furniture company and an independent rep for Zyia Active. Of all the hats Jennifer wears, her most important roles are as a wife, mother, daughter, and sister. She has been married to her husband Mike since 2011, and together they have three daughters ages 5, 4 and 2, and a sweet eight-year-old beagle, Cooper.

And So It Begins: Graduating from a Toddler Free-for-All to Structured Activities

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Softball gloves, check. Water bottles, check. Bats, backpacks, cleats, check, check, check. “Hurry UP!” I yelled at my four-year-old, who was in the pantry for what seemed like the 48th time in the last hour. Finally I corralled...

The Covid Diaries :: We Miss Our Family

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“What’s wrong?” I asked, concerned. My six-year-old daughter appeared on the screen, twirling her hair and looking at the floor. “She wants to be there,” my husband said, patting her back. My heart broke for her the...

5 Things to Consider When Taking Family Pictures

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Oh, family pictures . . . I have such a love-hate relationship with you. I love the idea of having a beautiful photo documenting a moment in time, where we all look happy, relaxed,...

Mommy and Me :: How Do I Give Each of My Kids Enough Solo...

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“Mommy? Can I tell you a question?” It was a hot afternoon on a Sunday in August. I turned the air down in my minivan so I could hear my 5-year-old daughter’s “question" . ....

To My Rising Kindergartner: I’m Sorry, It’s Not Supposed to be Like This

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To My Oldest Little Love, Since you were born and made us parents, your daddy and I have thought of kindergarten as being a million years away. But somehow, five-and-a-half years have passed – rather...

Screen Time for Kids :: Friend or Foe?

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Picture this: it’s a nice late spring morning. It's sunny, slightly breezy, the birds are chirping, and there's the smell of freshly cut grass. Imagine the perfect scene for a morning walk around the...

Working From Home During Covid-19 :: Sometimes You’ve Just Gotta Laugh

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“Mommmmmmmyyyyy!!!!” I cringed. Please don’t, I thought. Not now. It was Day 1 of working from home during the quarantine. I normally work from home, and I’ve developed a pretty good routine since I started doing so...

You Need to Hear This :: You’re Doing a Great Job

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“Jeez, hasn’t she ever heard of Shipt?” I looked down, stung, as my four-year-old wailed about not getting the toy she wanted. My two-year-old screamed because her older sister kicked her. Then the baby, who...

The Family Vacation :: Not Quite What it Used to Be

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Two years ago, I wrote a post about vacationing with kids. At that time, I had two girls, ages two and almost one. My husband and I loaded up the rental SUV and made...

Bye Bye, Baby :: What to Expect When You’re Done Having Babies

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Some people are good at planning. They have a clear vision of what they want, when they want it, and a strategy for how to achieve it. Apparently, I’m not one of those people. Especially...
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