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.

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...
Dolly Is Queen And Other Things Tourists And Newbies Should Know

Dolly Is Queen And Other Things Tourists And Newbies Should Know

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Growing up in the Midwest, then moving to Florida and ultimately settling with my young family in Tennessee, I have seen a lot of different lifestyles. Whenever visiting an area or moving there, it...
A Mom, A Son, And Cerebral Palsy

A Mom, A Son, And Cerebral Palsy

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Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day is March 25th, and in honor of it, I wrote this post. Cerebral Palsy is something that greatly affects my family. My beautiful son was diagnosed a little after his first...
An Introvert Marries an Extrovert

A Marriage Between An Introvert And An Extrovert

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With Valentine's Day right around the corner, there is no better time to talk about the complexities of a marriage between someone who is an introvert and someone who is an extrovert. When preparing...
Having Your Cake And Ranking It Too

Having Your Cake And Ranking It Too

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As this new year gets rolling, so will the birthday parties and special events. A typical staple at every party, at least for my family, is the cake. I took the beginning of the...
The Four Stages Of A Mom Trip

The Four Stages Of A Mom Trip

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In the two and a half years since my son was born, I have spent fewer than a handful of nights away from him. Even at those times, I was just a few minutes...