Angela Thompson

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Growing up in the Midwest, then living a short time in Florida, I have never felt more at home and cared for by people than I do here. We love calling Knoxville our home. After my son was diagnosed with cerebral palsy our lives and priorities changed completely. We spend our days driving around the many areas of Knoxville going to different appointments. I also spend my time trying to advocate, educate, and inspire moms with children with special needs. (This can be found at Moagg.org) We love finding fun activities to do where my son can enjoy and feel included.
A Very Special (Needs) Gift Buying Guide

A Very Special (Needs) Gift Guide

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The holidays can look a little different for families when someone they love is a part of the special needs community, children especially. I see this first-hand because my son is part of that...
Getting Out Of The Mom Funk

Getting Out Of The Mom Funk

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Mom funk is a mood, a mood I think every mom gets from time to time. It is exactly like what it sounds like: you may not be in a deep depressive state, but...
Little Habits Lead To Big Results

Little Habits Lead To Big Results

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There are several little habits I try to do daily; they really help me without me even realizing I'm putting the work in. For Health Eat until you are full, then STOP, even if that...
From NICU To Preschool

From NICU To Preschool

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September is NICU Awareness Month. NICU stands for Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. This is a unit in the hospital with specially trained professionals experienced in giving advanced care after birth. Oftentimes these babies are...
Welcome to Class

The End Of Summer Scramble

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Since his birth, I have been around my son nearly 24/7. With the exception of a handful of trips away (lasting no more than four days), it has been me and him. So, it...
The Birthday Standard

The Birthday Standard

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Like with most things when it comes to parenting, it seems like there are many opinions on the size of the birthday party for children. It seems like parents fall on a spectrum from...

The Fashion Failure

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After finally dropping some baby weight, or at this point I should probably call it toddler weight, I need to update my clothes. Something that I used to love doing has now become increasingly...