Shannon Phillips

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Shannon is a full time wife and mom of two, a part-time attorney, and a chauffeur for her two busy kiddos (that don’t tip her very well!). She was born and raised in Bloomfield Hills, and decided to settle down there with her husband, Eric, after graduating from the University of Michigan and then Wayne State University Law School. A few of Shannon’s favorite things are her Doodles (dogs not drawings), making her way through the incredible Detroit bar & restaurant scene, traveling, tailgating, and Michigan summers.

Eton Academy Helps Parents Plan a Summer That Encourages Learning and Development

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Summer is right around the corner. Many parents are challenged when it comes to planning a summer that is filled with fun, but also allows kids to be kids. If a child has learning...

SET With MET: Michigan Education Trust Helps Fund Your Child’s Dreams of Tomorrow, Today

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It’s that time of year again. Spring is flying by; May is filled with activities signaling that the end of school is near. My children only have two weeks left before they are set...

TDR Orthodontics: Committed to Community While Providing World Class Care

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Detroit Moms Blog has partnered with its 2019 Eggstravaganza Silver Sponsor TDR Orthodontics to bring you relevant content about orthodontic care. Using a formula crafted over 30 years, TDR Specialists in Orthodontics is an innovator...

Build Up Michigan Preschool Puts Brothers on Path to Success

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Detroit Moms Blog has partnered with Build Up Michigan to bring you relevant content about early intervention. For most parents, watching their children forge friendships with other kids in the neighborhood is a standard rite...

The Summer of a Lifetime: Top Ten Reasons to Send Your Child to Cranbrook...

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The sweet smell of spring is in the air! Before we know it, school will be out and the kids will be ready for all sorts of summer activities. But do YOU have plans...

Talking Tween: What It’s Really Like and How to Get Inside Their Heads

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I am currently navigating the tween world by my middle school daughter’s side. The tween years, officially spanning the ages 9-12, pack a lot of punch in a relatively short period of time. During...

Waiting for the Aunt Experience

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Eight years ago, my second baby, a son, was born on a hot summer’s night at five minutes after midnight. He was three weeks early. My sister, then just 24 years old, lived more...

Mentoring in Motherhood: Resolve to Give a Little More

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The holidays are over, and a new year is here. In January, we have the annual opportunity to start fresh. We are given a clean slate to become the best version of ourselves, to...

My (Re)Commitment to the Minivan Mom Life

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Many a parent has spent an afternoon at the car dealership, or an evening at the dinner table, debating the age old controversy– “To minivan, or not to minivan?” That is the question. It...

Prime Those Presents! And Other Helpful Holiday Hacks to Make Life Easier

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Everywhere you look, there’s Christmas cheer. But you’re not exactly feeling joyful or triumphant. Instead, you’re even more exhausted than usual, and you get a knot...