Tasheena Ticer

Tasheena Ticer
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Tasheena is a California native who moved to Columbia in the Fall of 2018. She has been married to her college sweetheart since 2013 and together they’re raising two feisty little girls. Tasheena has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education with a minor degree in Child and Family Science. She worked as a kindergarten teacher until her second daughter was born in 2017 and she transitioned to life as a stay-at-home mom. Although being home full time has its challenges, she loves being her girls’ first teacher and experiencing the world their eyes. Tasheena enjoys yoga, impromptu dance parties, exploring the community, solo trips to the grocery store, and sharing pieces of her life on her blog, The Cinnamon Mom. With so many transplant families in Columbia, she hopes to share a newcomer’s perspective and connect with more mommies in the area!

3 Delicious Baked Treats That Are Perfect for Fall

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Nothing says fall like snuggling up with your family and enjoying homemade baked goodies! The three treats that I’m sharing today are full of gentle spices and cozy textures that are sure to make...

Stay-At-Home Fall Bucket List

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Fall is officially upon us and I am excited! It’s my favorite season! I love the sweet and spicy aromas, the gradual departure of overbearing heat, and watching the foliage outside my window turn...

How to Create a Home Learning Space for Young Children

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The first day of school for my family is just around the corner and we are beyond excited! My five-year-old daughter will be starting kindergarten virtually through a nearby school, and I’ll be doing homeschool...

COVID-19 Has Changed the Way My Family Grocery Shops and Eats

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It truly is incredible how many aspects of life have drastically changed in the last five months. I have always considered myself a bit of a germophobe, but I never imagined being this consumed...

Being a Teacher Should Not Mean Endangering Your Life

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In the spring of 2017, I was a kindergarten teacher. It was my privilege to fill 27 precious five-year-old minds with new information and show them how fun and rewarding learning could be. We...

Why My Family Gets Dressed Every Day (Even If We’re Staying Home)

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I am very active on social media and I share several pictures of my family on Instagram throughout the week. Sometimes we’re running around the backyard, sometimes we’re cooking or crafting, and other times...

Stay-at-Home Summer Bucket List

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Every summer, I usually pack up my family and head to California for a couple of weeks. We spend time with relatives, go swimming, barbecue, and enjoy the beautiful Bay Area weather. This year,...

4 Healthy-ish Treats to Make With Your Kids

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As a stay-at-home mom, I’ve gotten pretty creative with how I occupy my daughters (ages three and five) all day. One of their favorite activities is joining me in the kitchen to whip up delicious...

50 Ways to Keep Kids Busy When You’re Stuck at Home

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While there's no reason to panic, daily life is definitely changing. South Carolina closed schools through the end of April and my email inbox is full of notices that all of our classes and...

Could Your Family Benefit From a No-Spend Month?

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My family kicked off 2020 by having a no-spend January and it was honestly the most cathartic way to start a new year! With so many holiday celebrations and gift exchanges crammed into the end...

6 Non-Academic Ways I’m Preparing My Child for Kindergarten

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I can't believe that my oldest daughter is turning five soon! Seriously, how is time passing so fast? I just submitted her first set of kindergarten paperwork and reality is hitting hard. We may be...

How to Empower Your Husband to Be an Awesome Father

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There are several accomplishments that I’m proud of in my six years of marriage, but the thing that brings my heart the most joy is watching my husband be an amazing dad. Our daughters,...

7 Simple Ways to Save Money on Snacks

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I don’t know about your kids, but my daughters are snack obsessed! Our day basically operates around what snacks they’re going to have and what time they can have them. Keeping kids well-fed is necessary...

What I Wish I’d Known Sooner About Having a Miscarriage

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In the Spring of 2013, my husband and I were young, carefree newlyweds. Less than two months after saying “I do,” we were overjoyed to find that we were expecting our first child. We...