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Chloe Sexton

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Chloe Joy Sexton is a recent Midtown to Cordova transplant and is adjusting to suburban life… slowly. She’s a former TV news producer turned Content Specialist for RedRover Sales & Marketing Strategy. Married to 117 Prime General Manager, Tyler Sexton, and (step)mom to Mason (August 2014), Chloe spends most of her time balancing her blended family life, career, and growing her baking business, BluffCakes. Any spare time is probably spent running, reading, at a PTA function, or writing a blog on her site bluffcakes.com. She is a lover of all things made in Memphis, women’s rights, NPR, philanthropy, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Don’t Call My Baby A Quarantine Baby
When my husband and I got married in August of 2019 we had already put plans in place to get pregnant right after our first year of marriage. We both so wanted a baby. The world was so different then. We skipped the ‘big wedding’ and opted to run away to Jamaica with eight of […]
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Surviving Domestic Violence Made Me A Different Kind of Boy Mom
Before I begin, I want to warn anyone that might be sensitive to content mentioning domestic violence that I will be discussing both physical and emotional abuse situations. My name is Chloe and I am a domestic violence survivor. There are very few people in my life that know this about me and I’ve kept […]
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My Son Can Call Me Whatever He Wants
I know that’s an odd thing to hear. As mothers, we’re supposed to teach our children how to respect us. So why would I say that about my son? Because I’m a stepmom. My son is my son, no ifs, ands, or buts. But sometimes what he calls me changes. And that’s ok. Sometimes when […]

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