Interview with Mom’s Choice Award-Winner Kathleen Alley

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For this interview, we were honored to get the chance to speak with Kathleen Alley, MCA award-winning creator of Babagoose Baby Throw! The Babagoose Baby Throw has a patented pocket on the reverse side for keeping a teether, pacifier, small kleenex, etc; the Babagoose Baby Throw is smaller in size, which was designed specifically for strollers. Read More

The Power of Attitude & Beliefs in Individualized Education Programs

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Attitude & Belief(s) from various stakeholders in the Individualized Education Program (IEP) team can have a massive impact on the IEPs. The A & B(s) manifestations are quite insignificant initially as these are invisible. With time it gets inherited from one tier to the other and gets carried to gain power incrementally. Later upon reflection, this A & B(s) was square 1 along with other factors. Becoming aware – of their existence and their mechanisms in the IEPs will be significant for IEP implementations. Thus A & B(s) play a pivotal role in IEPs. Positive A & B(s) from team members( parents, teachers, Director and therapists etc.) would reflect as skills acquisitions and growth while Negative ones can cause slow-limited gains in the IEPs, unless these dynamics are changed. Read More

Modern Virtual Assistants for Moms: How to Cope with the Rhythm of Life if You Are a Single Mother

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Few jobs in the world are as difficult as being a single mother. You have to balance the needs of your child, yourself, your work, and your household as a whole. Fortunately, the modern-day is filled with various forms of technology, specialized gadgets, and information that can help single moms a great deal. With that in mind, take a look at these tools that can help make your day a bit easier than ever before. Read More

New Moms – It Will Get Better

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The best advice for new moms would be to keep your head up, take it one day at a time, do your best, and you will be okay. Most importantly, if you feel you need help, please ask for it. Read More

Interview with Mom’s Choice Award-Winner Laurie Hollman, Ph.D.

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Hello, Mom’s Choice readers! Thank you for joining us for yet another interview in our series. For this interview, we were able to speak with Laurie Hollman, Ph.D., the author of the MCA award-winning book Playing With Baby: Research-Based Play Birth To One Year. In Playing With Baby: Research-Based Play Birth To One Year, Dr. Laurie Hollman explains to her readers the dozens of stimulating and imaginative ways infants play from birth to one year. Multiple illustrations in words and pictures are backed up by fascinating cutting-edge research about how play promotes infants’ development and a secure attachment between mother and baby. This interview is packed with crucial information and a must-read for new mommies! Keep reading to find out more about Laurie and her award-winning book, Playing With Baby: Research-Based Play Birth To One Year! Read More

Online Dating for Single Moms: 5 Tips to Meet a Wonderful Person

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Single moms often have a limited amount of time because they have so many responsibilities to juggle. This may make it difficult for them to meet people IRL. Online dating for single moms is a good alternative that allows single moms to make real connections in an efficient way. Below, we provide tips on meeting a wonderful person through online dating. Read More

Moms – Make Yourself A Priority It’s Essential

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Do you ever find yourself feeling extremely drained from doing everything for everyone else? An entire day has gone by, and you didn’t get to do one thing for yourself. Everyone around you needs something, and being MOM, well, a lot of it is on you! Or so you feel. Read More

The Mothers of Black History Month

The Mothers of Black History Month

In order to fully celebrate the historical achievements of Black History Month, we must look at the strong mothers who fought for freedom and worked to end injustice and racism, all while providing a better future for their children. Read More


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As I’m making my first coffee of the day, my husband comes downstairs dressed in a suit jacket, dress shirt, tie…and shorts. He casually flashes me a smile as he walks into his home office to begin his court hearing. My kids start asking me for a snack when it dawns on me: over the past few months my home has turned into a Gym, Court of law, Elementary School and Restaurant. Read More