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Why I Let My Kid Get Bored—and So Should You

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Why I Let My Kid Get Bored—and So Should You

I surveyed the other moms in our office, asking them what other fun activities I should be introducing to my bub.Some suggested that I keep my kid busy with music lessons, literacy classes, and sports. One of my colleagues, on the other hand, Amy, a mom of five boys and obviously more experienced in this whole parenting gig than I am, shocked me with her answer...

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8 VERY Practical Things to Do to Get Ready for a Baby

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8 VERY Practical Things to Do to Get Ready for a Baby
I’m a list person. Even before becoming a rockstar stay-at-home mom, I’ve always been a fan of lists—grocery lists, to-do lists, bucket lists, you name it! My type A personality craved order and organization, and list-making was a surefire way to help me achieve just that. Barely a week after I added “mom” to my portfolio, I learned that the list I made was no newborn checklist after all—it was a shitlist! Nothing—not even my newborn baby starter kit— prepared me for the soul-crushing, mountain-moving, universe-imploding journey that was to come! Read more

This is What Every Single Mom Needs to Hear

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This is What Every Single Mom Needs to Hear
Raising two daughters is both difficult and rewarding; raising them alone? It’s amazing and wonderful and meaningful—but it is also hard. REALLY HARD. It gets even more difficult in a world where everything comes in pairs, proclaiming that two is better than one.  Read more

How I Swapped My Kid’s Screen Time for Green Time (Yes It is Possible!)

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How I Swapped My Kid’s Screen Time for Green Time (Yes It is Possible!)
Is it still possible to raise kids sans gadgets these days? This is a question I’m sure every millennial parent has asked at one point or another. Having read tons of research about how screen time in excess can be harmful to infants and toddlers, I was hell-bent on raising a gadget-free child. Now three and a half years into motherhood, and I’d like to tell all the iPad-wielding parents out there I’m sorry. I’m sorry I used to go all Judgy McJudgerson on you because you let your kids stay glued to a screen. Not anymore, people. Not anymore. Read more

The Weight that Mothers Carry

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The Weight that Mothers Carry
Before getting pregnant, I maintained a healthy weight of 50 kilos, went to the gym and did yoga three times a week, and ate as well as I could. I loved my body, and I loved showing it off (which is probably the reason why I got pregnant ;) ). After announcing my pregnancy, though, everyone warned me that not only was I going to lose sleep, I was also going to lose the body I worked hard for and then, well...gain weight. Read more

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