An activity tracker or simple step-counting device can motivate you to have a better day.
Some activities are just for you because mama you should be having fun with and WITHOUT your baby.
Here’s the cheeky challenge of the day: Dress up your baby in the most mismatched baby outfit and invite over some others for a ugly-clothing contest.
By the time my first baby was 10 weeks old, I had not exercised for about 6 months. Baby Bootcamp was my re-introduction to sweating and I loved it.
Moms Night In is just as giggly as Girls Night Out. It’s nighttime socializing with no babysitter required! Yeah, the easiest version is on your couch.
Write a huge list of all the things you like to do — even without baby! — so you’ll never be at a loss for how to spend your precious time.
Let’s remember all the wonderful things to talk about with other adult humans that is NOT the sleeping habits of a tiny human. You can do it!
Invite someone dangerous out for tea. New mamas you might need to be fearless as you navigate your new social world. You can do it!
Too often there are tons of pictures of baby with friends and family, but only a few with Mom and baby because we’re so often behind the camera
Making other new mom friends is vital. And scary. Are you too shy? While that’s totally and completely NORMAL, we still want you to go for it.
If you want to learn a new instrument, baby is a good audience. Alec decided to get a little more serious about playing guitar once Holden was born.
This week’s challenge is to organize a Mom’s Night Out with some girlfriends. Go somewhere you used to enjoy in your old life.
While your baby is still small enough for the infant carrier, take advantage of your relative “freedom” to get your toenails done.