Woman’s Viral “You Might Be a Normal Mom If” Post Is Spot On

When we get real with each other, that’s where the magic happens. The most important thing someone can say to another is me, too. So find your people. The mom who will let you see her mess, the one who sits in the gym lobby on her phone because she’s enjoying that last few minutes of free childcare, the mom whose car is full of crumbs. Read More

Blogger Shares Hilarious DIY “Sexy” Halloween Costumes for Moms

If you want to dress up as a hot character or food item, more power to you; but for those of us who need to go the DIY route, Stephanie Horman, mom and blogger at Modern Day Wonderland, has us covered. Bonus: all of her costumes are using items that you most definitely have lying around your house! Read More

Meteorologist Gives Weather Report While Wearing Her Sleepy Baby

When asked why she wore her child on air, Martin responded, “Babywearing has been a passion of mine since my son came into my world. It has been an invaluable tool for me as a mother and helped me and my son bond during the early stages of infancy. Not only that, but it was and still is incredibly liberating to be able to comfort my child whilst doing other tasks, which has helped me be a happier mom. Read More

Interview With Jayne Rose-Vallee, Author of Dinosaurs Living in My Hair! 2

As a visitor in classrooms, I have seen firsthand how children can be insensitive, cruel, and mean towards others. Providing simple techniques to young students was a way to begin a conversation with adults reading the book. There is no magical answer to the subject of bullying, however, children need to understand the importance of telling adults when they see something amiss. Read More

10 Creative DIY Children’s Halloween Costumes

Halloween is right around the corner, so as we’re all busy decorating pumpkins and making our spaces extra spooky, let’s not forget about the costumes! Incase the selection at your local stores are making you snore, or you’re opting for a more budget-friendly holiday, we have some great ideas from around the internet for your kids’ trick-or-treating gear! Read More

New York State Makes Mental Health Classes Mandatory for Kids

The new mandate is intended to help students learn more about mental and emotional wellness, as well as helping them understand when and how to seek help for themselves and others. With around 13% of children ages 8-15 and 21% of teenagers ages 13-18 experiencing a severe mental health disorder, and only a little over half of those children receiving mental health services, this is incredibly necessary.  Read More

Interview with Miranda Mittleman, Author of PAWS and THINK!® Be Thankful For What You Have

Continuing with our interview series, we had the good fortune of speaking with author Miranda Mittleman, who is a three-time Mom’s Choice Award-Winning writer for her PAWS and THINK!® series. Not only that, but Miranda still finds time to write poetry, run, do karate (she’s a black belt!) and spend time with her awesome husband, Michael, and their adorable dog Weaver.  Read More

Stay-At-Home Mom’s Post About Her Household Duties Absolutely Nails It

There just isn’t enough energy, or time, in one day. Whereas I have heard plenty of horrible stories about spouses who become angry at their wives for not having dinner on the table every night or the house spotless after a day of being with the kids, I depend on my husband. I need, we need, his support to keep this ship running smoothly– and that is proper. Read More

Viral Video Showing Children Making Friends Reminds Us How It’s Done

Children have no tact when it comes to engaging people they’re interested in. If they want to know why you’re sitting alone, how much money you make, or any number of super personal questions their little minds can come up with, they’re just going to ask. No apologies. That’s what makes this video so pure. Read More