Leah Stuhler

Leah Stuhler
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Leah grew up in Western New York, lived in Chicago for 11 years, and now resides in South Carolina. She's very happy for the change in weather! Leah is happily married, and is a proud boy mom. She is a full time Middle School Theatre teacher. When she's not spending time with her family or working, Leah enjoys baking and reading. She is the creator and host of the podcast YA Book Chat, where she and her guests have fun chatting about their favorite books. Leah loves being a part of the Columbia Mom team, both as a contributing writer and Editor.

Columbia Mom FAVORITES: 5 Things I’m Loving Right Now

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I'm in a season of life where things are busy and stressful. Both of my boys are involved in sports and other after school activities, we have church functions, and I'm about to start...

Allergy Friendly Valentine’s Day Treats For Everyone

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February is here and we all know what that means. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. While most moms look forward to this day as a way to love on their precious little...

What to Expect if You Take Your Child to the Emergency Room

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A few weeks ago I took my son to the emergency room at Prisma Health Richland hospital. This was the first time we'd gone to the ER in Columbia. (We'd previously been to an...

Reflections on Growing up Italian :: Celebrating Italian-American Heritage Month

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October is Italian-American Heritage Month. As a proud Italian-American, I will take any excuse to celebrate my heritage. This month, as I've celebrated in my own little ways, I've also reflected on what it...

Columbia Mom EATS :: Another Broken Egg Café

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I have always been a brunch lover. I could eat breakfast foods for every meal and be completely satisfied. Fortunately for me (and all of you!), Columbia boasts a number of fantastic breakfast/brunch restaurants!...

Are You an Ultimate Outsider? Guide to Camping at SC State Parks

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My family loves going camping. It is one of our favorite family activities. I started camping when I was a little girl and when I got married, I took my husband camping. We've been...

Happy National Ice Cream Day! Favorite Ice Cream Places Around Columbia (+ Freebies!)

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You may not realize this but July is National Ice Cream Month. A whole month to celebrate the cold drippy goodness that is ice cream!  In an effort to bring you, our valued readers, a...

Making Memories With My Son :: Attending Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour

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The first time I saw Taylor Swift perform, she was seventeen years old and opening up for Rascal Flatts. My husband and I had no idea who she was, as she was just breaking...

Day Trips from Columbia :: Exploring Fort Sumter

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My family loves exploring all that Columbia has to offer. But we also enjoy taking day trips trips to Charleston. It's so fun and easy!  Like many places in South Carolina, Charleston is rich in...

One Mom’s Fashion Dilemma

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I have never really considered myself a fashionista. Or, fashionable in any sense, really. I think when I was in college was when I was best at putting outfits together, but even then I...

How I Lived Like a Pogue for a Day in Charleston

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My husband and I are huge fans of the Netflix show Outer Banks. If you've watched it (and, as its name implies) you know that the show is set in the Outer Banks of...

Exploring the Many Waterfalls of the South Carolina Upcountry

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I have always been an outdoors kind of person. When I was younger I enjoyed playing outside, no matter what time of year it was. I grew up going on camping trips, to the...

PlantHouse Columbia :: A Paradise on Earth for All Plant Lovers!

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I love plants and flowers. Always have. Growing up, I was either in my Italian grandmother's kitchen cooking and baking, or in her garden doing some gardening with her. My grandmother had the most beautiful...

Celebrating the Month of the Military Child

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April is the Month of the Military Child. It’s a chance to celebrate children all across the nation who make daily sacrifices and overcome many challenges. Military children deal with deployments, moving every couple...