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Carol Kerber

Carol is married with four kids, ranging in age from 8 to 18-years-old. She moved to St. Louis when she was 12, and except for four years living in Southern California as a newlywed, she's lived here since. Carol met her husband when they were both in high school in St. Louis. As a Mizzou graduate, Carol began her post-college career in publishing, and then switched gears to teach early elementary. Since having kids, she has been lucky enough to stay home with them. The Kerbers call Castlewood Stables in Ballwin their home. In addition, Carol has always loved to write but had never really given that dream wings until now. She is so inspired to be part of the St. Louis Moms Blog team!

Living in the Lou: Ballwin and Ellisville

  The suburbs of St. Louis have so much to offer. Both Ballwin and Ellisville, Missouri, sit about 30 miles west of downtown St. Louis and are regularly ranked as great cities to raise a...
a promposal movie theater marquee that says, "Alexis will you go to prom with me"

Promposals: I D🍩nut Want to go to Prom with Anyone but You

Promposals. Have you heard of them? They’re opportunities for high schoolers to come up with elaborately creative ways of asking each other to prom and most likely record the event for viral posterity. Perhaps...
a dad on a bike pulling his son behind him next to an RV

RV’s Aren’t Just for Retirees: Discover the Perfect COVID Getaway Vehicle

RV life.  It isn’t something I ever expected to experience, at least not before retirement. Yet, we own an RV.   I have a love/hate relationship with RV travel. There’s something about taking your four children, enough...

Black History Month: Books for Every Bookshelf

We all know that reading to kids has lifelong benefits. From enriching vocabulary to encouraging brain development, reading is one of the best activities we can do with our children. Books fire up imaginations,...

Black-Owned Businesses in STL: A Guide to Food, Fashion, and More

Supporting local businesses has become a way of strengthening communities during these tough times. St. Louis Mom is proud to share our Black-Owned Businesses in STL Guide with all of you! Check out our...
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Dig Deep To Learn it’s Okay to be Shallow

Sometimes when you dig deep, it forces you to embrace the shallow.   2021. Are we still pandemic-ing? Well, we're still asking ourselves: virtual or in-person? Work from home or at the office?  Curbside or delivery? Surprise–...
a young girl peeking around the corner at the Christmas tree on Christmas morning

Giving to Others this Season: A Community Lesson

One of the most meaningful lessons we can hope to take away from the year 2020 is the value of how we can serve our community by doing for (and giving to) others. Let's...

Thanksgiving Feasts To-Go! Local Restaurants Serve Up a Reason to be Thankful

Thanksgiving may look different this year, but even if we aren't gathering with friends and family, we can still enjoy a festive feast. Restaurants may be closed to in-person dining, but here is a...
the silhouette of a boy with a toy airplane raised high as the sun sets behind him

Refueling In Flight: For Teens, a Soft Landing Isn’t Always Enough

As moms, we know how to provide a soft landing. But are we prepared to teach our kids the value of refueling in flight?     As a mom, I worry. I worry about my kids' physical...
a teenager sitting cross legged on her bed with her hood on, the strings pulled tight to close it as her mom tries to talk to her

Understanding Teenagers: Fake It Until You … Yeah, Don’t Kid Yourself

Understanding Teenagers. Is that even a thing?  I'm pretty sure it's not. And even though we remember being teens ourselves, there's nothing we can take from that and apply now to unlock any mysteries. Come...