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

Growing Ethical Little Ones

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We all desire to raise our kids to be truthful, fair, kind, happy… Greg Richards, founder and director the Middle Grades Ethics Project, has long research that provides eight specific insights for you to ponder. Read More

Pregnancy Old Wives’ Tales – Fact Or Fiction?

Pregnancy Old Wives’ Tales - Fact Or Fiction? Featured Image

90% of pregnancies show signs and symptoms within the first eight weeks. Most of these are extremely common and can include fatigue, nausea, and an increased need for urination. There are some signs and symptoms, however, that are considered to be old wives’ tales. There are also the more far-fetched tales that have passed through the generations. They include everything from gender predictions to the indications of twins. Which old wives’ tales are based in fact though, and what is complete fiction? Read More

Moms Give the Best Advice

Moms Give the Best Advice

As we celebrate Mother’s Day, it’s important to remember the lessons we learned from our mothers. Here are our thoughts on our mom’s best advice and what that advice meant to us. Read More

You Can’t Pour From An Empty Cup

You Can't Pour From An Empty Cup

Like millions of parents, amid virtual learning, working from home, and managing a household with two out of three kids still in diapers, I reached for my coffee mug. It was empty. I chuckled to myself because it felt like the epitome of the straw that broke the camel’s back. It was at that moment that I learned three essential truths that changed my life and my perspective. Read More