by Lindsay Weiss posted in Mom Stories Let me start by saying that this little booger is five months old and absolutely, positively does not sleep through the night. It’s a good thing he’s so cute, right? See how he’s flipping the camera off? (That’s his ...
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by Laura Larsen posted in Mom Stories I have an issue. With the “pregnancy police”. You see, I’m a fairly intelligent, educated, got-a-head-on-my-shoulders-thank-you-very-much person who, if she doesn’t know enough about something, will go look it up or ask around. I don’t need anyone telling me what I should or ...
by Andrea Updyke posted in Mom Stories I’ll be the first to admit that I have never been the cleanest car owner. It’s an extension of my life, full of mail and reusable grocery bags, a few toys and the occasional stray crumb from whatever snack made it’s way out the door. I am trying [...]
by Amy Hatch posted in Mom Stories Every day when I get up at 6:30 a.m., I head downstairs, grap a cup of coffee and turn on the news. As a web editor, it’s part of my job responsibilities to keep track of and be up-to-date on the big stories of the day, those that [...]
by Amy Graff posted in Mom Stories Autism. What’s that? BPA. Is that a new soft drink? Fish oil. Should I be putting it on my skin? Being pregnant for the first time at age 28 was utter bliss because I was clueless. I ate healthy and took folic acid—but I didn’t fret about the [...]
Main Photo: Photo by: workingmother.com Editor coffee bear Your kid is clamoring for your caramel latte. But before you offer a sip, keep in mind that kids and caffeine don’t mix well. While there are no official government guidelines on how much caffeine children should consume, the American Academy of Pediatrics suggests children ...
by Denise Cortes posted in Life & Home Do you remember waking up to the aroma of breakfast as a kid? I’ve always had a hard time waking up in the morning. Some people wake up bright and cheery and can’t wait to tackle their day. Other people are pissed to discover they are still [...]
by Joyce Slaton posted in Mom Stories “Wanna go downstairs for lunch?” We live above a coffee shop, and though there was leftover Indian food for my lunch, there’s nothing in particular I feel like making for her. “Sure, mama!” Is there any more beautiful sound than her ‘Sure, mama’? The sound of ...
by Stacie Lewis posted in Mom Stories Welcome to my hygienic world. Come in! But, don’t sit on my covered sofa because it really, really needs to be washed. Pre-parenting there were several things I vowed I would never do. Like lounging on a dirty sofa for one. But then, I also thought that parenting [...]
by Erin Lane posted in Mom Stories Friendship is important at every stage of your life. Everyone needs at least one person that they can tell about their day and share their favorite things with. Early on, it’s a lot easier (or should be anyway). We have 18 years of school to hopefully introduce us [...]
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