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Courtney Snow

Courtney Snow
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I was born in New York and lived in several states before settling down in my favorite city of all time - Cincinnati! I have a biracial family that consists of my amazing and talented husband (Derek) and our beautiful, silly daughter (Adilyn). I work full-time in addition to running the Cincinnati and Dayton Mom Collectives, am in school full time for my MBA, write and illustrate children's books (search "Author Courtney Jayne Snow" on Amazon), and am a registered and certified nutritional consultant (RNC/CNC). I still do my best to be the best mom and wife I can be! I love art museums, the theatre, the zoo, reading, and Cincinnati parks. I'm a foodie and always love trying new places to eat. I hope other moms find either enlightenment or humor from my posts!

Moms We Are Blessed to Know: A Single Mom & Segregated Bathrooms

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We, as a collective American society, sometimes feel as if segregation was such a long time ago and a thing of the past. Then, I look at the story of a woman like my...
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Deck the Walls Dayton :: A Holiday Wreath-Making Event

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Introducing the inaugural Deck the Walls :: Wreath-Making Event! You do NOT want to miss this virtual holiday event! It is the perfect way to connect with our community of moms (safely!) and add...

Motherhood Perfection

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You know those perfect moms? The ones who tell you pregnancy is such a magical and joyous experience every moment of those nine (or ten) months... that parenting is so rewarding all the time......
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Dayton Kids :: Growing Up in the Gem City {A Paid Study!}

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Kids between the ages of 8 and 10 in your household? Get in on this PAID study you can do from home on how families in Dayton experience and cope with stress. Have you ever...

Through a Child’s Eyes {The Lesson I Taught My Daughter}

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I'm white; my husband is black. Our daughter obviously turned out with some color in her skin as a result. I think the first time she realized that not everyone had the same skin...

The Ghosts of Mothers Past

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My daughter asked me one day around the age of 4: "Who called you 'Mommy' before me?" I replied, "Nobody. I wasn't a mommy until you made me a mommy." She said back to me incredulously,...

Celebrating Dayton Area Class of 2020 MOMS!

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In addition to wearing the mantle of motherhood, we also set out on a journey to wear a cap for commencement. We toiled long hours to achieve educational advancement, to make better futures for...

Four Ways to Nourish Your Marriage

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My mother shared some invaluable marriage advice with me when I was younger. Though she shared this with me in the context of marriage, this advice certainly applies to any committed relationship. She told...

Dayton Area Guide to Amazon Mom Must-Haves

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For many of us moms, it seems more feasible to get our shopping done online vs. getting the kids all in masks, trying to worry about making sure they aren't touching everything in the...
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African American Music Appreciation Month :: Songs of Protest through the Years

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June is African American Music Appreciation Month! On June 7, 1979, former President Jimmy Carter created what was formerly called National Black Music Month as a celebration of the African American musical influences and...

Juneteenth :: A Celebration of Freedom

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Did you know that there’s more than one Independence Day in America?? There’s the day our country claimed its independence from Great Britain and then there’s the day that all slaves finally knew they...

Happy Pride Month!

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Happy Pride Month! June is the month that the LGBT+ community gets to celebrate the freedom to be themselves. Even while equal rights are being fought for in regards to race in our country...

June Dayton Dozen: Guide to Family-Friendly Events {2020}

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Editor’s Note: In light of COVID-19, many venues have not updated their June event dates and information. This guide is accurate as possible as of the publish date. 1. Free Cinema Under the Stars June 4...

DIY Mother’s Day Gift {Handmade Coupon Books}

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On Mother's Day, flowers and gift cards are always sweet, but sometimes a personal gift can mean even more. We didn't have a lot of money growing up, but my parents always found ways to...