Erin

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Erin grew up just outside of Nashville, but has been in the Memphis area for 12 years now. She’s a former middle school language arts teacher turned C.O.O. of the Lewis home (according to her husband). She’s Mama to Liv (2013), who loves to sing and play soccer and Will (2017) who loves dinosaurs, and wife to Chris, her college sweetheart. Between volunteering herself to be part of any and everything you can think of (face palm), driving Liv to zillions of therapies, and keeping Will from destroying everything, life is busy. Erin loves the beach, a good IPA, Target vacas by herself, and anything Harry Potter related (she ships Dramione!). She hates high heels, rude people that stare at cute kids in wheelchairs, and bad tippers.
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Books to Survive the School Pick-up Line

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It's that time of year again. The lovely time when we spend 1/2 of our day in the school pick-up line. I won't lie, a few years ago I used to endlessly scroll my...
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Disney Without Kids: Top Reasons It’s Even More Magical

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My husband and I recently took our third trip to Disney without kids. Yes, you read that correctly -- sans kids -- to Disney World. And, yes, it was incredible! Let me let you...
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Friday Favorites by Erin

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I admit, I love reading the Friday faves every week! I mean, C’mon; it’s fun discovering new things each week. And sometimes buying some of them (sorry hubs)! My favorite things change frequently but here...
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“You’re Not a Terrible Mom”: My New Pandemic Mantra

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"You're not a terrible Mom" is the mantra I have whispered to myself at least 15 times a day since March 7, the day the world ended (I mean, that's the last time I...
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Surviving Social Isolation :: Tips from an Introvert Mom

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I never imagined a day when being an introvert would be so popular. Hah! Okay, maybe not popular, but the times of social distancing and quarantining yourselves are here. So, now everyone is wondering...
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Reflecting and Accepting

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We're well into the new year now, but as I reflect on 2019 and continue to plan for 2020, I realize something: it may have taken 35 years, but it's finally happened...I'm accepting of...
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Helping Kids with Grief and Loss: A Parent’s Guide

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A few months ago my husband's Grandmother, my kid's GiGi, passed away at the age of 91. While we were saddened by her passing, I think what hurt me the most was knowing my...

Dry January: Going Booze Free After the Holidays

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It's that time again. Ahh. January. The time of year when you realize you've gained 10 lbs from all the drinks, cookies, and bread you ate over the holidays (I know it's not just...

Five Ways Harry Potter Has Made Me a Better Mom

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Anyone that knows me, knows that I am slightly obsessed with the Harry Potter series. Obsessed? Well, I started rereading the series annually when I was on bedrest after fetal surgery with my daughter,...
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An Open Letter to the Parents of My Daughter’s Kindergarten Class

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Dear Class of 2032 Parents,  You may not know me yet, but you will soon. My daughter Livy will be in your child's kindergarten class in the fall. Livy is the sweetest and friendliest 5...