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Gracie Revland

Hi! I’m Gracie Revland •

One of the two mamas who created Supporting Chaos. It's hard to put into words how excited we are to grow this community of support! So all I can say is thank you so much for being here and being a part of it!

I am a mother to two beautiful little girls, Harley (three) and baby Mila. I am originally from Charleston, SC, where I met my amazing husband, Justin. Though Charleston still has our hearts, our careers led us to Charlotte, NC, where we are raising our girls.

I've always had a passion for encouraging and teaching tiny humans. I started to follow that passion over ten years ago with my first job as a daycare teacher. Watching those tiny humans learn and grow convinced me to further my education at Georgia Southern University, in which I studied Child Development and Education. Using my degree, I then moved onto teaching Kindergarten and then First grade here in Charlotte.

My studies and experiences have taught me a lot, but being a mama has too. I've learned to (occasionally, haha) step outside of my teacher's perspective and tweak what I have learned and studied to the realities of being a mama.

Understanding the development of children has been a lifesaver in my parenting journey. Quite frankly, it saves me from losing it in those frustrating situations. However, I realize everyone does not have that same nerdiness and interests in studying children. My goal is to provide you with information that I feel has been a game-changer to me as a parent but in a more attainable and fun format.

The chaos of mamahood comes with some incredible ups and some difficult downs, and I'm here to support you with both!

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Behavior May 26, 2021

Need For Routine

There is a huge misconception that having a routine for your child means that you need to be stuck at home, following it religiously.

Behavior May 25, 2021

Following Through With What You Say

A few minutes ago I was halfway into what Sammy and I call “the nap time grind”. Which basically means the little pocket of time you have in the day to get things done

Behavior May 25, 2021

Gracie’s Top 5 Everyday Parenting Tips

Parenting can feel overwhelming. It can feel as if there are so many “do’s” and “don’ts”.

That’s why I love these tips. They are simple, logical and will make a huge difference in your toddler’s behavior- and in turn, a happier household.

Development May 19, 2021

Trouble Sharing? Normal!

I see it all the time. Parents get upset because their toddlers can’t get the hang of sharing. No matter what interventions the parents try, it doesn’t seem to eliminate it, and it’s frustrating. If you relate to this, I have good news for you. Trouble sharing is 100% developmentally appropriate.


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