The Games Of Mom

The Games Of Mom

What if you could complete in the Olympics without even training? Well, in the Games of Mom, all moms of any age, are able to compete! Want to learn how, check out this article! 

(p.s. this is totally fake! Also, please note that I don't encourage competition between moms. We should really be supporting each other. So, this is just for fun!).

Olympics and Motherhood

Olympics and Motherhood

The 2018 Winter Olympics started yesterday and the Opening Ceremonies are tomorrow. Sports play a role in many American families and help shape who we become as people. Have you ever considered links between sports, especially the Olympics, and motherhood? Take a read. When you're done, I encourage you to think about your own sports experiences and how they impacted you as a person. See you when you get back from memory lane...

Groundhog Day and Motherhood

Groundhog Day and Motherhood

Groundhog Day and Motherhood - the cliche from the 1993 movie and mothering young children can often be summarized the exact same way - same stuff/$#!+/crap/thing, different day. But in mothering that might actually be a good thing...until it's not! In this article we'll talk about the good and the bad of routines. Plus, at the end of the article, you'll see comments from over 50 mothers on their self-care tips for breaking that Groundhog Day feeling that often emerges during motherhood. Happy reading! 

Help After Baby Series, Part 3 - Your Village

Help After Baby Series, Part 3 - Your Village

Part 3 in the Help After Baby series is all about support from your village. This article provides feedback on who most often makes a village, what types of support moms of newborns need from their village, and how the village can most effectively support the family. Enjoy!

Help After Baby Series, Part 2 - In-Home, Hired Support

Help After Baby Series, Part 2 - In-Home, Hired Support

Part 2 of the Help After Baby series. This article presents other in-home, paid support options (baby nurses, newborn care specialists, nannies/au pairs, babysitters, and mother's helpers) and compares them to among each other and postpartum doulas. Take a look, share with a friend, and save for future reference! Thanks for reading. See you next week for Part 3 when we talk about support from family/friends/family-like friends!