Returning to the workforce after maternity leave is a major step. It requires forethought, planning and a willingness to try new things as well as to connect and learn from those around you.
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Mommybites Chit-Chat: Conversations with luminaries, entrepreneurs and influencers in the parenting world. Our latest interview features Jayne Beilby, Founder of Tech Tonic.
Introduction We understand that finding a reliable caregiver for your child is one of the most stressful – and important – parts of being a parent. Once you find your trusted caregiver, the thought of losing that person because she or he does not have legal status in the United States can be terrifying. As […]
Mommybites Chit-Chat: Conversations with luminaries, entrepreneurs and influencers in the parenting world Tell us a little about you (your background, your job, what makes you tick or anything else you think our Mommybites moms will find interesting). I’m the Editor of New York Family magazine and the Content and Programming Director of the New York […]
Face it—there’s no “right” time to leave the city for suburbia. Many families put pressure on themselves to get out on some predetermined timeline in their mind—a timeline that, often, they cooked up years ago before, even, kids had entered the picture. But once you’re actually staring down a suburban move, things start to look […]
My love for babywearing began with the birth of my son, who needed physical closeness to soothe him. I went on to discover numerous other benefits of babywearing and continued to regularly wear both my children well into toddlerhood. My love for babywearing inspired me to become a babywearing educator. I wanted to share my […]