Crady

Crady
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Crady is a native Memphian, but she left for twelve years only to return at the end of June 2016. She is wife to Brad, who is a pediatrician in the ER at LeBonheur. Together, they have three children: Cooper (August 2010), Semmes (March 2013), and Katherine Cobb (September 2016). Cooper has special needs, so she is constantly balancing being a special needs mom and a typical mom. She lives with her family in High Point, where she spends her days wrangling children and trying to limit screen time. She loves vacations, book clubs, dinners with friends, and a hoppy IPA at the end of the day. She hates kids’ TV shows, people who park in handicap spots when they aren’t handicapped, and tomatoes.

I’m a Yeller

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I often think back to my perfect parenting days, you know, before I had kids and knew just what kind of parent I was going to be. I knew that I was going to...
Day Tripping Oxford, MS

Day Tripping’ :: Jackson, TN

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I know that when you hop on I-40 heading East, your first instinct is to head to Nashville. But Nashville is at least three hours away, way too far for a day trip. Plus,...
Day Tripping Oxford, MS

Day Trippin’ :: Little Rock

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We’re on Vacation!

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We will be back with new content on July 16! In the mean time, follow along on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter!! All of our social media platforms will remain active! See you all in...

Hey Empty Nesters, Stop Saying my Feelings aren’t Valid

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I've been a parent now for almost eight years. So I have received eight years of (mostly unsolicited) parenting advice. You know what I'm talking about. The "nice" old ladies in the grocery store...

Best Friends

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In my family growing up, there were three girls and one boy (and he was the youngest; poor kid). My husband grew up with a twin brother. Watching my husband and his brother interact...

Teaching Kids about Diversity through Children’s Books

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The AAP recommends that parents read books to their kids from BIRTH through **at least** Kindergarten. Evidence has shown, time and again, that children who are read to, especially at that young age, experience...

Cooper is “Retarded”

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Yep, you read that correctly.  Since my seven-year-old son's IQ is below 70, he would've been classified, at least until September of 2013 when the Social Security Administration officially got rid of the term,...

Non Restaurant Valentine’s Dates

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Ah Valentine's Day. I have a love/hate relationship with the greeting card invented holiday. On the one hand, I love that there is a holiday devoted to love and relationships. On the other hand,...