Challenge 12: A fun suggestion from our friend and fellow rookie mom, Rosa, is to pack yourself up and head into the city for an art museum with baby.
Take your baby to the movie theater! Really! Look for a Mom and Baby Matinee, offered by many theaters around the country.
After many sessions of Music Together, this is my unpaid love letter to the class that fills the void in my afternoon and my home with music!
Like they used to say on TV, membership has it’s privileges. Both of the Bay Area children’s museums that I have been to are part of a consortium of Children’s Museums that have reciprocal memberships. This means that if you get a one-year membership at Habitot in Berkeley, for example, you can go to the […]
Christine Koh lives in the Boston area with her husband and 6-year-old daughter and is expecting a second daughter. We asked her a lot!
The founder and editor of BostonMamas.com is Christine Koh. Her daughter Laurel is now in Kindergarten, but like me, she has no problem digging back into her brain to remember those first shocking months during which “going for a walk” is suddenly an activity to plan your day around. Whether you are on maternity leave […]
Where to push your stroller in Boston. Fellow rookie mom Becky describes some of Boston’s best bets for babies especially for the Spring and Summer
There is a lovely knitting shop in Oakland that invites us to come and knit with other moms, babies and moms-to-be. If you are a local to this area, check out Article Pract on Thursdays at 10.30. Sarah in Portland wrote, “Mabel’s has long offered a knitting with babies hour on Mondays (1 to 3 […]
Sarah and I don’t know each other well– our husbands were college mates– but she was alone with me during the first five minutes after I left my baby with someone else, and so she has seen me Cry While Fat. Not my best moments. At the time, she was six months pregnant and I […]