Carol Kerber

Carol Kerber
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Carol is married with four kids, who range in age from 10 to 20-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. 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, and all of their neighbors run around on four legs. While this lifestyle seems a bit foreign to her nature, being part of the STL Mom team is just the opposite. Carol has always loved to write but had never really given that dream wings until now. Being part of the St. Louis Mom team fulfills both the editor and writer in her spirit, and she gets to write about what she knows best: being a mom.

Moms Guide to Holiday Pop-Up Bars

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Ring in the season at one of the local area pop-up bars! Some of your favorite STL area bars transform in time for the holidays! Advance reservations required at most venues. November & December,...

Thanksgiving Feasts To-Go! Local Restaurants Serve Up a Reason to be Thankful

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We love Thanksgiving around here! But sometimes as a mom, adding another task to our already-full plates can feel overwhelming. Here are some wonderful Thanksgiving takeout options across the St. Louis area!     The Art of...
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St. Louis Mom Dining Deals Guide

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Feeding the family comes with the job. As moms, we are experts at coming up with three meals a day, day in and day out. This includes dining out or bringing in a pre-made...

St. Louis Mom Local Storytime Guide

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  Afterwords Books 441 E. Vandalia Street, Edwardsville, IL 62025 Storytime: Saturdays at 11 am through Goshen Market season     Barnes + Noble 6510 N. Illinois Street, Fairview Heights, IL 62208 Storytime: Saturdays at 10 am Starting in OCTOBER     Blossom Play Cafe 2...
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Reliving Your Worst Nightmares: A Local Family’s Story

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May your worst nightmares go unvisited ...   It was a Sunday evening.   I was loading up the last of the dishes, my sudsy hands trembling as my daughter called out in desperation.   I, too, called out...

Black History Month: Books for Every Bookshelf

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We all know that reading to kids has lifelong benefits. From enriching vocabulary to encouraging brain development, reading is one of the best activities we can do with our children. Books fire up imaginations,...

Sex Drive in Motherhood: Live Instagram Recap with Therapist, Mika Ross

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Let’s Talk About Sex Drive with Therapist, Mika Ross!   STLMom is partnering with Legacy Physical Therapy to present our first annual Sexual Health Awareness Week. Legacy Physical Therapy helps women at all stages of their...
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Social Media is Harming Our Mental Health and No One is Surprised

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Psssst ... Instagram is harmful to mental health.     Instagram did research to determine its effect on teens. The results are disheartening, to say the least, compounded by the fact that none of us are actually...
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STLMom LIVE: Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Recap

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Ever wonder what a pelvic floor physical therapy appointment entails? Well, wonder no more!     We recently sat down with Dr. Brooke Kalisiak of Legacy Physical Therapy. Legacy Physical Therapy specializes in the overall health and strength...

STLMom LIVE: Adolescent Mental Health Recap

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Has COVID left you feeling lost about adolescent mental health?  STLMom and Christi Brandenstein of CrossRoads Counseling Center are here to help.     Earlier this week, we aired our Facebook LIVE with Christi Brandenstein, MAC, LPC....