One year ago, we talked about favorite Halloween children’s books and discussed limiting social media for kids.
Let’s talk about self-care — and how it often looks or feels like work or responsibility instead of relaxation. In fact, here’s the question for today: Is self-care just adulting?
One year ago, we rounded up the best plus-size maternity clothing for work, talked about diaper bag must-haves, and discussed Halloween 2020.
One year ago, we recommended prenatal exercise programs and shared where to get used maternity clothes.
With household/parental tasks, do you ever think, “If I want it done right, I’ll just do it myself”? Welcome to the concept of weaponized incompetence…
One year ago, we recommended retailers that temperature-rate kids’ coats and discussed taking a break from work.
How are you feeling regarding back-to-school time this year? Are you and/or your kids feeling anxious about it?
One year ago, we talked about fun with your kids when you’re the disciplinarian parent, provided Kat’s review of Zenni for kids’ glasses, and shared a Week in the Life from a marketer at a toy company.
One year ago, we shared our maternity work wardrobe checklist, recommended non-alcoholic drinks, and listed products to keep kids focused during virtual learning.
Have you been cognizant about how you’ve gone through new phases with your kids — and did you use each new phase as an opportunity to reinvent yourself as a mom, or reclaim part of yourself as a single entity (and not a mom), or otherwise address the new cycle in a mindful way?
One year ago, we rounded up advice from moms who moved to be near family and shared a Week in the Life from a higher-ed communications professional.
One year ago, we recommended diaper bags for working moms and rounded up the best video game workouts for kids.