by Joyce Slaton posted in Mom Stories Time-pressed parents are increasingly asking domestic workers to sub for them during school commitments, according to the New York Post, and it’s ticking off school officials and other parents alike. “They’re sending nannies for bake sales, book clubs, for the ice-skating group,” Amanda ...
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Your kiddo may not be such a, well, kid anymore — but before she packs up to go to college or leaves with a degree to head cross-country (sigh!), make sure you remind her just how cool mom really is with these awesome graduation gifts. Since we’re sure you spent enough on the last four [...]
Is your daughter getting ready for a sleepover party? Here, some creative ways to make the birthday bash a night (and morning) she and her friends will love! Read more from source:“ivillage.com”
Main Photo: Photo by: Working Mother Editor Colleen Lanin & kids I love to travel, always have. But when I became a mom I wondered if my globetrotting days were over. When I couldn’t find a book on how to travel with young kids, I asked for travel tips from my friends, neighbors, the ladies [...]
by Carolyn Robertson posted in Mom Stories A new study reveals that babies who share a bed with a parent are up to five times more likely to die of SIDS – even if mom and dad follow all other infant safe sleep recommendations. Led by Dr. Robert Carpenter at the London School of Hygiene [...]
by Gwen Dewar, Ph.D. posted in Mom Stories Ella can read one digit numbers and count well beyond ten. She can recognize and reproduce repeating patterns, and compare the lengths of different objects. She can also identify basic geometric shapes. She’s headed for kindergarten this fall, and her parents look forward to seeing her expand [...]
by Joey Lombardi posted in Mom Stories The big news coming out of Chelsea this week is not the retirement player Paulo Ferreira. Mr. Ferreira’s retirement ceremony was interrupted by his teammate Ross Turnball’s adorable son showing off his skills: One of the best parts of the clip is the crowd’s reaction as little Josh [...]
by Betsy Shaw posted in Mom Stories Choosing to be childless is no picnic. People who are voluntarily childfree have been called lots of things, from selfish to weird to clueless, to smug, to worthy of pity for the one-way path to a life devoid of meaning they’re most certainly on. According to this Globe [...]
by Molly Balint posted in Mom Stories I count myself pretty lucky that I don’t have to travel very often for my work. But the occasional trip away is inevitable so I’m always finding ways to ease my kids’ anxiety when I have to be gone. Just a few weeks ago I had to travel [...]
by Andrea Updyke posted in Mom Stories Today was Oscar’s last day of preschool. That’s right, in my household it is officially summer, before Memorial Day. I have big plans for this summer though because I feel like we are finally in a place where I can handle both boys on fun outings alone. Calvin [...]
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