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In the aftermath of her 2-year old son's illness and death, blogger Meg McElwain discusses the grieving process her family is experiencing as they continue their lives without Mitchell. Meg shares his story and continues the fight against childhood cancer in his memory.

Separation anxiety is a common issue with babies, and there are many approaches to this tricky parenting situation. Attachment Parenting International encourages moms to consistently respond to children's needs, and offers strategies and encouragement for parents who have their doubts.

Looking for an action-packed weekend getaway? Blogger Sara Kendall headed to the Great Smoky Mountains to find a spot that includes the beauty of the natural mountain setting with the excitement of attractions and shows. Pigeon Forge is a short 3 1/2 hour drive from Charlotte, and is the perfect fall destination.

Last month Coach Mike Duralia shared thoughts a strategies on how to create a sense of balance by 'juggling' things in our lives. Now, he's back with pointers on how to balance life in a frenzied world.

Sodoma Law surveyed more than 100 men and women in our area to uncover the root cause and top concerns when it comes to family separation and divorce. The results show that the well-being of children consistently plays a top role in the decisions and proceedings.

Meg McElwain continues to amaze and inspire with the retelling of her 2-year old son Mitchell's last days. As his body was fighting the effects of his treatment and giving in to the cancer that had returned, Meg and her family supported him and gave him as much love as much as possible. In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Meg's blog will continue throughout September.

As school heads back and homework challenges begin, students in grades K-12 have an easy support resource for science and math at their fingertips. The Rose-Hulman's Homework Hotline tutors offer assistance via email and phone for free and share tips on making homework a breeze.

Earlier this year, Meg McElwain shared the inspirational and touching story of her son, Mitchell's, battle with pediatric cancer. On April 13, 2014, Mitchell passed away, leaving Meg with both grief and a sense of peace. In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Meg's blog will continue with an update on her family and their unwavering faith and love.

Author and children's book aficionado Dorothy Price is back with a book pick for preschoolers that will surprise and enchant young readers and parents alike.

What's it like to carry twins for an entire pregnancy, bring them into the world, and then hand them over to someone else? In the conclusion of her series on being a surrogate, Stacey Ashe shares what she calls "the strangest part of the entire experience."

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