There are many books and resources that help moms return to the workforce after being a stay-at-home mom, but very little that offer support to the career woman who decides to pivot and take some time off
The following idea to make mealtime more fun is an excerpt from our new book Stuff Every Mom Should Know because we think every mom should be armed with such clever tricks up her sleeve. Today, we are talking about How to Make Mickey Mouse Pancakes and I couldn’t be more excited. We take our […]
Priscilla Dunstan decodes baby’s cries into simple language. I was so desperate with my colicky baby, I got to test it. You’re welcome.
When she was pregnant with her daughter, she became very sick for the first three months and between throwing up and dealing with inconsiderate people, Line decided to start drawing cartoons to make light of the situation.
Teaching your child about money can start as early as when you say yes or no to the impulse items in the checkout line. Beth says, “Don’t avoid the situations where you’ll have to say no.”
Our guest post today comes from Peanut Butter or Jelly author and San Francisco mother of two, Deborah Kelson. Deb discovered a few ways to get kids voting. No matter your politics, voting matters. How do we talk about voting with minors who aren’t allowed to vote yet? As parents, how can we get them involved? […]
It is no secret I love the book, Parent Hacks: 134 Genius Shortcuts for Life with Kids; I absolutely inhaled it when I first read it and laughed as I learned new solutions to old pesky problems. Before we celebrated with a launch party playdate, I had already read the whole thing and implemented a bunch of […]
Never stop never stopping, right? Simultaneously, I offer my child new foods daily while also trying to reduce the drama and pressure around mealtimes. So, of course I like to read books about other picky eating children to hammer the point home at bedtime, too. Books for picky eaters range from super preachy to downright hilarious. But […]
Did I really just use the word Momedy? Yes, yes, I did. Comedy aimed at moms is pretty hit or miss. My sense of humor jives least with the over-the-top, trying-too-hard style. You know, a toned woman, pulling her hair out and grimacing while three kids hang from her chandelier in the background. It’s not that […]
My inspiration Have you ever read the children’s book, Bread and Jam for Frances? It is an adorable, old-fashioned book in which a picky-eating young badger is fed only her favorite foods until she totally cracks and asks for the family dinner. The publisher’s summary of the 1964 book reads, “In this memorable story, Frances decides […]
Whew. We just spent the morning dodging toddlers chasing bubbles while holding onto a freshly brewed cup of coffee and generally enjoying the company of our Bay Area community embracing one of our favorite people, Asha Dornfest. It was as perfect as it sounds. Big thanks to the Rec Room Cafe for hosting our crowd […]
A valuable list of very simple things every rookie mom needs to know are included in the new book Homemade Play by early childhood educator Kim Lyons. These are not life-saving skills like how to treat a high fever, but rather revelatory concepts, such as things you can do with a kitchen sponge to entertain […]