A year ago, we discussed the effects of birth order; talked about vacation plans, summer activities, and beach reading; and explored a week in the life of a working mom in Texas.
What are you doing for childcare right now — and what are your plans for the summer? (Anonymous polls!)
If you don’t have outside help like a nanny, au pair, grandparent or babysitter, how are you sharing “work time” with your partner? Any great systems (or rants)?
A year ago, we asked if readers if they felt like they “fit in” with the moms at their kids’ school, talked about partners supporting working moms’ careers and vice versa, and explored a week in the life of a Biglaw junior associate in NYC.
A year ago, we talked about family vacations for working moms, discussed the Mother’s Day gifts we hoped to get, and explored a week in the life of an associate professor in Norway.
Pregnant mamas (and recently pregnant mamas), what are your thoughts on the best maternity jeans for work? Did you prefer over-the-bump or under-the-bump styles?
The difference between homeschooling and “crisis schooling,” the major impact of the pandemic on working moms, and the best podcast for kids. Plus, on Corporette we rounded up the best jeans to wear to work.
A year ago, we discussed how to handle kids’ doctor appointments and explored a week in the life of a federal government attorney in Washington, D.C.
It’s the elephant in the room for working parents: when can your regular childcare system resume? Will you lose your spot/caregiver if you don’t keep paying? When have you socially distanced enough from your regular caregiver? Let’s discuss…
A year ago, we talked about how to find balance as a working mom and explored a week in the life of a prosecutor in a small town.
Are you struggling with kids, groceries, cooking, and family meal-planning fun during coronavirus?
Does your baby need a massage? Here are our best tips for how to help your kids manage anxiety…