It Takes a Village, But Where Can You Find One?
A human being requires continuous nourishment...physically, intellectually, emotionally, socially, mentally. It truly takes a village to accomplish that. But many moms would say that when that village is needed, it can be difficult to locate. Motherhood can feel like an isolating stage of life. However, we have compiled a list of 7 ideas on how you can seek and build your own village, creating community and connection for you and your child.Read more
The Five Best Baby Shower Gifts For a New Mother
Nearly every expectant mom looks forward to having a baby shower. It is a wonderful time to celebrate the little one(s) on the way! A lot of time, planning, and funds...Read more
7 Ways to Improve Your Relationship With Your Mother-in-Law
The struggle is as old as time. Trying to navigate family relationships is no easy task. Especially when it comes to exchanges with your in-laws. Mother-in-laws and daughter-in-laws are historically...Read more
My baby was about to be sent to the NICU, then I tried this...
By the time I had my fourth baby, I thought I knew what to expect at the hospital. It wasn't our first rodeo, and my husband and I thought we...Read more
A Mom's Resume
I joined Linkedin shortly before the pandemic started to make its impact here in the United States. I'm not exactly sure what prompted me to do it, as I wasn't searching...Read more
Perks of Having a Baby/Being a Mom in 2020
I found out that I was expecting my fourth baby the same week back in March, when everything seemed to shut down and you couldn't find toilet paper anywhere. "Not an ideal time to be pregnant," I initially thought to myself. But as I have been adapting to these unique circumstances, I have have been keeping a running list of all of the benefits of being a mom...even in this WILD AND CRAZY year of 2020. Here is what I have come up with so far...Read more
Self-Care During Social Distancing
You likely have more on your plate right now with things like homeschooling, toilet paper sourcing, and/or working from home, etc. There is a lot of new territory to navigate right now. However, in order for you to better show up in the capacities that matter most to you, you can not afford to toss self-care aside. Remember, you are better able to take care of others, as you remember to take care of yourself.
Below, we have provided a list of Self-Care Essentials that are adapted to Social Distancing changes.