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5 Ways to Be an Everyday Hero to End Child Abuse

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and Pat’s Place Child Advocacy Center has launched a three-month awareness campaign that highlights the impact of “Everyday Heroes.” Pat’s Place is Charlotte’s only child advocacy center that serves victims of child abuse…

ADVICE: Why Does My Kid Struggle with Anxiety?

Our children’s fear and anxiety can often lead to behaviors that leave us scratching our heads and asking ourselves, “Why is my kid doing that?” Anxiety is easier to spot and diagnose, but sensory issues can get overlooked. That’s why…

ROOM WE LOVE: A Little Girl's Dream House

It was a dream job for designer Melissa Lee and her team at New South Home: A single dad had two empty rooms in his Ballantyne Tudor that he wanted to transform into something special for his 7-year-old daughter. “He…

Parent to Know: Roxy Te

If you don’t already follow her furniture brand Society Social on instagram, you need to. Founder and creative director Roxy Te’s collection of sorbet-colored accent chairs, grasscloth dressers, rattan bookcases, and Scalamandre pillows will make you want to add pops…

Where to Find Easter Brunch in Charlotte

Haymaker Enjoy a special three-course, prix fixe menu on Easter Sunday with mains like steak and eggs, pan roasted crab cakes, and more. Make a reservation online for one of three seatings: 10 a.m., noon, and 2 p.m. Brunch is…

The Pint-Sized Foodie: A Visit to Moosehead Grill

Each month, our 7-year-old resident foodie visits a different Charlotte-area restaurant that’s kid-friendly—but not a kid-topia. He orders something he’s never tried before and reports back with his recommendations for kids and their parents. Here is his review of Moosehead…