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Carol Kerber

Carol Kerber
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Carol is married with four kids, ranging in age from 7 to 17-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!
Happy New Year 2020

Resolve Your Goals and Dreams

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I take a hard pass on New Year's resolutions. Creating a wishlist of substantial changes to act upon when the calendar flips to January sets you up for disappointment. Resolutions notoriously fail, as anyone...

How Marriage Milestones are Built

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I stumbled past a marriage milestone without even realizing it. I’ve been married longer than I was single. My husband proposed in college, toward the end of a 1,800 mile, four-year separation.  Despite the distance,...

Celebrate All Season and Beyond with Burgers’ Smokehouse

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This post is sponsored by Burgers' Smokehouse.  With the blustery winter weather that’s blowing through comes a stark reminder that the holidays are right around the corner.  Nothing says love during this time of year...

Deconstructing the Open Letter

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As a perpetuating social trend, open letters flood the internet. There are open letters to pregnant moms. There are letters to new moms. There are letters to moms of toddlers, school-aged kids, and teens. ...

Be Aware with School Violence

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A few weeks ago, I woke to an email from our high school principal that was sparse on details, but highlighted a potential threat at school and promised police involvement and presence. It was...

It’s Not You, It’s Me . . . and My Anxiety

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  Social anxiety.   It can manifest itself in various ways. For me, it’s a fear of putting myself out there, blended with an inability to function with grace. Additionally, it’s a pounding heart, a dry mouth,...

Smart Parenting with Smartphones

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I have teenagers, and I monitor their phones. Arguments against it are plentiful and passionate: monitoring kids' phones today is akin to our parents reading our diaries, listening to our phone conversations, or reading notes...

To Go, or Not To Go, That Isn’t The Question

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No matter how much time you spend with your kids, you never truly know them until you leave them. Recently, I went with my husband to Northern California.  Savoring solo days in a bungalow...

Celebrate Good Times, Come On!

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Father’s Day is near, so what do you do for the spouse who doesn’t acknowledge Mother’s Day?  I noticed a strange phenomenon on social media this past Mother’s Day. If you were on Facebook,...

Happy Birthday To Mom

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  Remember when birthdays meant your whole class came over to play musical chairs and have balloon relays until it was time to blow out the candles on a homemade cake? You anticipated the big...