Chelsea Lindsay

Chelsea Lindsay
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Chelsea is a Maryland native, currently enjoying her role as a stay-at-home mom. She was a hairstylist for 10 years until she moved to Charleston. Her husband, whom was one of her clients, was born in Mississippi but lived all over the USA as the son of a Navy father. Shortly after meeting, they got married and had their daughter. Three years later they moved to Charleston while she was eight months pregnant with her second child. After having their son, he was diagnosed with a kidney disorder. She also is a cult survivor. Despite all the bumps they look towards the brighter side in life. You can find her doing crafts, yoga, fashion and blogging on Mascara Pearls Spitup. As a family they enjoy the beach, fishing, swimming, dancing, walks, antiquing and food.
Sensory bins: a bin full of dry beans, pink and red pipe cleaners, pom poms, small wooden spoons, a tiny cup, and small rolling pin with playdough.

Creating Sensory Bins at Home

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My guilty pleasure is scrolling through my phone to find new, fun activities to try out with my kids. I homeschool both my kids, so I try to keep our day-to-day activities fun and...
Two young children posed at Fort Moultrie.

Go See Explore: Fort Moultrie

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Our family absolutely loves visiting Sullivans Island! We take afternoon trips to this area on a regular basis. We can't get enough of the charming streets, fantastic restaurants, boutiques, and of course the beach!...
A boy poking his head through a photo opp at Patriots Point museum.

Go See Explore: Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum

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One of the many reasons why we love living in Charleston is because of the various activities that are available to do with our children. With my family homeschooling, we create bucket lists for...
Two children excited with their hands up, standing on either side of the Fort Sumter National Monument sign.

Go See Explore: Fort Sumter

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As a homeschool family, we are always on the hunt for fun learning adventures to take our kids to. One of the many things I love about homeschooling my kids is having hands-on experience...

Mom Shaming: 2022 Let’s End It!

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Whew! It has been a crazy two years since 2020. I personally think we can all agree on that fact. The world has endured a lot! We have seen it all, between the pandemic,...

Going Back To School as a Mom

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Almost everyone growing up their life has their goals completely mapped out. They know what college they are going to, the career that they are striving for, and a vision board of how they...

National Donut Day 2021 (Freebies & Specials)

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National Donut Day is FINALLY here! My favorite holiday, EVER! I mean what's not to love about a day that celebrates donuts?! Did you know that National Donut Day was originally a fundraiser for The...

Mother’s Day Dining Ideas (Local Edition)

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If you're anything like me, one thing that comes to mind for having a perfect Mother's Day is to NOT cook and not have to deal with yet another dirty dish after a meal....

Being a Mom While Battling Bipolar Depression

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Picture this: You wake up, but you don't want to be awake...every breath is hard... it hurts to breathe. You are upset with your life, but for what reason... there isn't a reason?! You...

Charleston Moms FAVORITES: How to Look More Put Together at Home

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Welcome to our series Charleston Moms FAVORITES! In a season of parenting that feels especially hard, our team is excited to share some of the things that are making us happy and helping us...