Lisa Freeburg

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Lisa is a transplant from the Midwest. She was born and raised in Kansas (yes, she has seen a tornado) and spent a few years in Ohio before moving to South Carolina in 2014. She holds a degree in Biology and works as a research assistant at the USC School of Medicine. Her career in science spans 11 years and she can't imagine a job anywhere else. She has also been married to her college sweetheart for 11 years. He is a professor at USC, so they are Gamecock fans by default. They are proud parents to a spunky 2.5 year old girl who keeps them on their toes. As a family, they enjoy being outside in the wonderful southern sun, gardening, playing tennis, and going to the beach. They also are parents to 2 fur babies who still aren't sure about their little sister.

When I Say I Want to Help, I Mean It

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Friends, family, acquaintances ... I want to tell you something: when I say I want to help, I WANT to help. That phrase may not seem like it needs clarification, but I often find myself...
The Day I Wasn’t Needed - Columbia SC Moms Blog

The Day I Wasn’t Needed

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A typical morning at my house is my husband and I hitting snooze as many times as possible before our two (almost three) year old wakes up. I always say I’m going to get...
By Lisa Freeburg on August 25, 2018 in Beauty, Humor, Parenting, Toddler | Columbia SC Moms Blog

Fashion Tips I Learned From My 2-Year Old

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Fashion has always been a mystery to me. Like how do you match those crazy patterned leggings? I can never find a shirt that looks right with them. Also, when did baggy shirts come...

Top 5 Reasons to Get an Undercut

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I recently took a risk and cut my hair in a style that is a little edgy and a little scary. I’ve maintained a nice angled bob for several years. I love the cut,...
When Your Birth Story is UN-Blogworthy | Columbia SC Moms Blog

When Your Birth Story is UN-Blogworthy

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It was a cool winter day in SC, (so you know, it was probably 60 degrees) and I was 36.5 weeks pregnant. I was about to go to sleep when all of the sudden,...