by Nicole Mabry posted in Mom Stories Moms are full of advice for their children. Some call it mother wit. Some call it mother wisdom. Some call it what was she thinking? Here is some of the best and worst advice from the mothers of our Bargain Hunters group members. The good: Think before you [...]
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by Charlie Brooks posted in Mom Stories As Mother’s Day approaches, I’m reminded that it’s good to be a moderately competent dad. My wife is a stay at home mom, so she does everything. To prevent her from completely melting down, I sometimes start the weekend with a grocery run or shopping expedition that’s just [...]
by Kristina Sauerwein posted in Mom Stories A lot of my mom friends grocery shop when their kids are in school. Not me. My 4-year-old son Ryan has been my shopping buddy since his birth. It has become an activity, something fun to do, part of our weekly routine. Of course, it helps that our [...]
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by BabyCenter Guest Blogger posted in Mom Stories By Lesley Kennedy, ShopAtHome.com Ooh, I really want to pay full price for that. Said no one. Ever. In a perfect world, we’d all have time to be extreme couponers, but there are mouths to feed, dishes to wash, work to be done. No worries – we’ve [...]
by Rebecca Michals posted in Mom Stories It’s spring…someplace. Actually here in Northern California its supposed to be 84 tomorrow, even though the upper Midwest seems to be stuck in January. With spring on the calender I think basically everyone nationwide is ready to dump the wool and fleece and put on shorts and flip-flops! [...]
by Sarah Welch posted in Life & Home Have you ever had one of those nights where your eyes pop open at around 3 a.m. because your crazy brain just HAD to start making mental lists? That was me last night. It’s as if my poor, addled brain was leaping at the chance to move [...]
by Katherine Martin posted in Mom Stories Having four kids, a full time job and a busy life requires asking for help. Admittedly asking for help and assigning jobs isn’t my strong suit. I have a slight tendency to be terrible at delegating. But I have figured out how to divvy a couple tasks. I [...]
by Dr. Harvey Karp posted in Mom Stories Ask Dr. Karp is a monthly Q & A series with world-renowned pediatrician Harvey Karp. Each month, he’ll join us on the BabyCenter Blog to answer questions from our fans. Have a question for Dr. Karp? Leave it in the comments below. Maybe your question will be [...]
by Joyce Slaton posted in Mom Stories “I think we should meet in person,” my colleague said. “Ooh, that’s tough,” I said. “This week is busy.” “Just a short meeting,” she assured me. “Half an hour.” “Okay, let me think when I could do that.” I run through my insane ...
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