One of the best things I started doing as a mom was unconsciously implementing rhythms into my day. Rhythms are habits meant to create fluidity. They’re things that trigger other things or things triggered by other things.
My husband and I lived in NYC for 7 years in a 400 sq. ft. apartment before moving back to our home state of New Hampshire, so we know what it’s like to live with very little belongings. When we were planning for our new baby, we wanted to keep the same mindset that we had in NYC – only buy what we absolutely knew we needed.
Hey there, I see you, freshly postpartum, holding that baby that smells like heaven, yourself reeking of two day old body odor, spit up, dry shampoo, and that one Dorito you had for lunch. Heck, I AM you. Times five. Postpartum bodies are a funny thing.
The last thing parents want to worry about when sending their child to daycare is whether or not the toys they have are potentially harmful. But too many daycares across the country are letting toys that look fun and harmless into their centers—putting their children at risk of injury or even death.
It’s not something you think about before you’re in the thick of parenting because eating seems so “natural.” Then suddenly, you find yourself asking, “How in the world do I get my child to eat something besides mac and cheese and dino nuggets?”
“Single Mom” is a broad term that describes many different situations. However, for the most part, single moms are typically mothers who are responsible for the day-to-day care of their children on their own.
Are you a stay-at-home mom or working mom interested in starting a blog? The world of mommy blogs is a growing industry. Not only do thousands of moms start a mom blog every day to share their motherhood stories, but they also offer advice to other moms from all walks of life. And more importantly, many of these mom blogs generate income that help them stay home with their little ones for good.