Lorrin is a born and raised Memphian who juggles family life, a full time IT job, and an in-home sewing and monogramming business. She graduated from the University of Memphis in August of 2001 with a BBA in Management Information Systems. After several years in the corporate world, she made a move into the educational sector and is currently the Data Systems Administrator for an area K2-12 private school. That move turned out to be a complete blessing to her and her family. After dating for 7 years, she married her husband, David in 1999. She and David have 2 very protective big brothers, Reece (September 2007), Dylan (November 2009) and a sweet little girl Emma Grace (February 2014). In her free time she enjoys walking Emma, Cardio Barre, sewing, cooking (something other than chicken nuggets) and family trips to the beach. A little on the obsessive compulsive side, her latest addiction has been binge watching the Curse of Oak Island and Hunting Hitler on the History Channel.
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Spring 2022 Mid-South Children’s Consignment Sale Directory

How be successful at a consignment sale – Making the most of your quarantine time (part 4) Hi friends!  I’m back!  I have happily been asked to update the semi-annual posting of our Memphis Mom...
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MMB’s Spring 2019 Mid-South Children’s Consignment Sale Directory

The “Sport” of Consigning If last spring had been an Olympic event, it would've been a 200 meter sprint. Shoot out of the gate and run like crazy to tag, drop off, pickup, and repeat...
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Reflections of an Elementary Sports Mom

It was an ordinary Tuesday evening at an elementary football game.  Ordinary, for anyone but me.  I looked up from helping my 4 year old with her Happy Meal, for just a minute,  and there...

Fall 2018 Consignment Directory – The “Business” of Consigning

Fall 2018 Mid-South Children’s Consignment Sale Directory Sweet sweet summertime. Maybe you have just gotten into your summer-time grove of pool, snacks, sunscreen and playdates, on the repeat... or maybe, by now, you’re just over...

Broken Mom Challenge

Why can’t we just cut ourselves a break for once? I mean, most of us moms out there push ourselves, to the limit, daily for our families. It occurred to me again just this...

My Plan For an “Intentional Year” Has Been a Bust So Far……..

Well mommas, the end of the first quarter of 2018 is under our belts and I must say, personally, it hasn’t been the best one on record.  In fact, if Saliba and Company were...

What a Group of 8-Year-Old Boys Taught Me

What a group of 8-year-olds taught me about compassion, sportsmanship, and courage.   A few weeks ago, we were preparing for our normal Saturday routine.  It was game day, so of course both boys got up...

Spring 2018 Mid-South Children’s Consignment Sale Directory

How I consign – Making the most of your valuable mommy time (part 3) Snowpocalypse 2018,  Snowpression, Snowhostage 2018, or whatever other catchphrase you called your extended winter break with the little ones earlier this...

Parents vs. Grandparents – The “No” Conflict

It’s a grandparents “rite of passage:” spoil the grandkids, then send them home.  I’m convinced that they hand out a manual or have a secret meeting room at the hospital. They pull in all...

Fall 2017 Guide to Mid-South Children’s Consignment Sales

Oh, Fall.  I love Fall. I love pumpkin patches, hay rides, crisp cool sweater weather, SEC football and family outdoor portrait season.  I also love consignment sales.  If you missed my Spring post about...