Author Archive | Brittany Ransom
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For 30 years, The Goddard School has been a trusted name among families. Its classrooms are safe, nurturing environments for children six weeks to six years, offering age-appropriate opportunities to explore and discover. Trained teachers lead each child to reach developmental milestones, preparing the children for social and academic success. The Goddard School located in […]
November is National Adoption Awareness month. In some way, shape or form, it feels like everyone has been touched by adoption. My husband and I have 2 children, both adopted through newborn domestic adoption. What does adoption mean to me? Gosh, I could write for days about the many aspects of adoption. However, since no […]
Have you ever watched your child suffer? Like, really suffer? I’m not talking about a scraped-knee, a stubbed-toe or even a broken heart. Those things hurt, don’t get me wrong, but moms can usually turn the tears into smiles with the mention of a popsicle or a shiny new toy. Can you imagine a popsicle […]
Some of us have an idea of what we should eat when trying to conceive while others don’t seem to give it a second thought. And if you ask your doctor about foods to support fertility you’re bound to get a variety of answers! The truth is, just like the health of a plant depends […]
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We are excited and proud to be partners of the Fayetteville Goddard School and to bring you this information.After coaching high school football for 13 years, Brooks Coatney was ready for a career change. When he was looking for a franchise opportunity, though, he didn’t consider education. That is, until he and his wife, Amie, […]
Parenting with a phobia is hard. Parenting with a phobia that is almost directly related to kids is really hard. I have suffered from the “irrational” fear of vomiting, emetophobia, since before I can even remember. (I can call it irrational because by definition, that is what a phobia is.) In my mind, it is anything but that. […]