by Jennifer Borget posted in Mom Stories This morning I lied in bed with my two-year-old snuggled against my back. Her arm draped over my waist and her face nestled against my side. I wrapped my right arm around her and rubbed her back. She normally doesn’t sleep in our bed but she woke up [...]
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For anyone who is loving the hilarious viral tumblr Reasons My Son Is Crying that’s making the rounds or Jason Good’s inspired list of 46 Reasons Why My 3-year-old Might Be Freaking Out, we give you the best toddler meltdowns from iVillage offspring. No kids were harmed in the making of this — at least [...]
by Nicole Mabry posted in Mom Stories My kids and I were at the park today enjoying a spring afternoon. Between pretending with to buy ice cream from my 4-year-old’s imaginary ice-cream shop and shouting “Weeeee!” as my toddler zipped down the slide, I overheard a group of grandmothers chatting about their young grandchildren. One [...]
by Carolyn Robertson posted in Mom Stories If you’ve spent some time with a toddler you probably know that they’re not exactly the calm, cool and collected type. My 2-year-old daughter Amelia spends much of the day bouncing back and forth between incredibly joyous and utterly devastated. Her sister’s home from school? ...
From a toddler fight club at daycare to the teacher who charged kids to use the bathroom, these school scandals may make you want to think about homeschooling. Read more from source:“ivillage.com”
From the mom who potty trained her kids at a restaurant table to the toddler who reportedly (ugh) ate a used condom at McDonald’s, these disturbing scandals will make you laugh, gasp and feel a whole lot better about your own parenting. Read more from source:“ivillage.com”
Raise your hand if you’ve said any of the following to your toddler today: Read more from source:“ivillage.com”
by Nicole Mabry posted in Mom Stories As luck would have it, my family nabbed a set of tickets for the 135th Annual White House Easter Egg Roll. By lot, we were placed into the third of five egg roll groups that day. We were advised to arrive an hour early. The lines were very [...]
by Stacie Lewis posted in Mom Stories Every morning, as the sparrows sing in the new dawn, one sharp cry sends them - and me - peeling for cover: “Milky! Milky!” “Breakfast?” I offer. “Milky!” “Cereal?” “Milky! Milky! My milkyyyyyyyy!” Hmmm, perhaps my son is trying to tell me ...
by Carolyn Robertson posted in Mom Stories Parenting is so much easier before you have kids. I was reminded of this fact as I read New York Times blogger Frank Bruni’s weekend piece, A Childless Bystander’s Baffled Hymn. Hot on the heels of Tiger Mom, French Mom, Eagle Mom – I’m sure I missed a [...]
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