Tracy Morrison

Tracy Morrison is a work-at-home mom to three daughters. After spending 15 years in the corporate marketing and sales world while traveling the world, she decided she was up to a bigger challenge and her children now fill her days with love, challenges, laughter and humility. Tracy started her personal blog Sellabit Mum in 2008 to document the lighter side of her parenting journey. She also works in the fashion industry and is a contributing writer at Savvy Sassy Moms. Her writing has also been featured on In The Powder Room, Mamapedia, All Things Chic, Care.com, The Mouthy Housewives, and BlogHer. Tracy is also the co-producer of Listen To Your Mother - Twin Cities.

Tracy Morrison is a work-at-home mom to three daughters. After spending 15 years in the corporate marketing and sales world while traveling the world, she decided she was up to a bigger challenge and her children now fill her days with love, challenges, laughter and humility. Tracy started her personal blog Sellabit Mum in 2008 to document the lighter side of her parenting journey. She also works in the fashion industry and is a contributing writer at Savvy Sassy Moms. Her writing has also been featured on In The Powder Room, Mamapedia, All Things Chic, Care.com, The Mouthy Housewives, and BlogHer. Tracy is also the co-producer of Listen To Your Mother - Twin Cities.

Every parent remembers when their child begins to read on their own. We sit on couches and snuggled on laps as our children first start to sound-out small simple words until one day, they can read a full book.

As the years pass their reading progresses and the love of books becomes a bond between parent and child...until finally your ...

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But at what age should kids get a cellphone? ...

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