Motherhood is a rewarding experience, but it can also be stressful. This survival guide should serve as a reference that you can return to for a quick reminder to ensure that you are giving your all as a parent while remembering to love on yourself too.
Planning your child’s first birthday party does not have to be as complicated as you might think. If you follow these simple tips, you can help ensure that the party goes well and that everyone has a great time.
Weekends are supposed to be a time to relax and unwind from the weekly grind. But as parents, we know that in reality, Saturday and Sunday can be downright crazy. Between sporting events, playdates, birthday parties, and errands, how are you supposed to squeeze in some me time?
It’s mothers who invent. Imagine you’ve got a new baby or your child has an issue and you’ve got a problem that needs solving. You look for the right product or service and it doesn’t exist. What do you do? Many women have an ah-ha moment and say that if that doesn’t exist, I’m going to create it.
We live in a time when being a working mother isn’t frowned down upon as it once was several decades ago. Economic demands call for a two-income household. And while some people might see that as a burden, it is in fact a relief and victory for most mothers.
We’ve found some pretty cool activities you can take your littles to without venturing beyond Brooklyn. If you’re in need of some inspiration to get those tykes out of the house (and give your nerves a bit of a break), check out these fun “Mommy and Me” activities in a neighborhood near you.
It’s no secret that we live in an area where everything’s pretty pricey! And finding quality child care is certainly no exception. Most of the top-rated schools and daycares in NYC have mile-long waiting lists, not to mention sky-high tuition and entrance fees. But what if we told you about a child care arrangement that […]
If you’re looking to bridge the vast financial gap between working full time and being a stay-at-home mom, working from home can seem like the perfect solution.
Respect that this is a time for healing. Your body has just been and is going through so much, from birth to making milk, and you simply cannot resume your normal pace in those early weeks home with baby.
It’s settled. Plans for your upcoming move are officially in motion. Your current home is on the market; packing boxes stand ready in the wing. You’ve done due diligence; safely whisked away