One year ago, we shared tips on using grandparents as caregivers and talked about splitting work time with your partner while working from home.
Some friends and I were chatting, and it turns out we all want the same thing for Mother’s Day.
Do you have a daily water target — and how do you meet that goal? When it comes to your family, how do you help your kids drink enough water?
One year ago, we talked about meal planning and shared a Week in the Life from a state agency director in upstate New York.
Did you have chores or an allowance growing up? Have you given your kids either, and/or do you intend to?
How did you talk about money in your family? Did you know how much your parents made, how much your home was worth, how much they could contribute to your college tuition? (How did your partner’s parents talk about money — and how will you talk with your kids about money?)
One year ago, we rounded up the best maternity jeans for work and play and shared a Week in the Life from an in-house counsel in the South.
Do you make your kids’ beds? (Do you make them do it?) I thought this might be an interesting conversation about what we do for our kids.
One year ago, we talked about family vacations with grandparents and discussed how to keep kids occupied while stuck at home.
What are your thoughts on screen time for moms? Do you try to limit your own screen time, and if so, how?
One year ago, we talked about helping kids manage anxiety and shared the CorporetteMoms Guide to Universal Studios.
Readers, how did you choose a 529 account for your kid(s)? If you have multiple accounts in multiple states, how did you determine which account was best?