There is no way to keep socks on a baby. It’s a battle that I fight every day. She is a little Houdini with those things… Now you see them, now you don’t!
Hosting a baby shower doesn’t have to break the bank! These great ideas for a cute tea-party themed shower are easy to implement and incorporate friends & family of the Mom To Be.
Earlier this week, while browsing Pintrest and watching Halloween Wars followed by Outlander, I saw several Halloween themed snacks had one ingredient in common – hot dogs. These looked like easy recipes I could whip up with minimal work and that wouldn’t leave my kitchen looking like a disaster area. The Rocket City Mom Test […]
Moms with small businesses, listen up! Get to The Mompreneur Event on November 2nd and learn how to turn that side hustle into your full-time dream job.
Ever wonder why Clark Kent could NEVER be a dad? t’s a pretty simple parenting conundrum actually.
How do you cool down a hot car in the summer? Parents with babies and small kids need to be sure to see these tips!
Why I tried cloth diapering with wool: I love knowing that my baby is sleeping in something breathable and healthy for her skin. I love that wool is part of a choice we made to reduce how much trash we generate and helps us achieve our goal of living a more environmentally sustainable lifestyle.
What’s a Baby Box and why should Alabama parents care? We’ve got all the details on safe sleeping and how new moms can get one for their baby!
Baby blues are one thing, anxiety and severe depression are another entirely. One in seven women will experience some form of Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder (PMAD), but only 15% of them will seek help.
These unique workshops are designed to be fun, pairing expectant fathers with veteran dads to practice diaper changes and ways to soothe a crying baby. But we also cover more serious topics for new dads.
When we were creating our baby registry for our first child we went a little crazy. Let’s face it — we didn’t know what we were doing, and now that Baby #2 is on its way, these particular baby products have caught our eye.
At 21 weeks, it was determined that I was at risk for preterm labor and I was put on home bed rest. I was allowed to use the bathroom and shower, but otherwise I was to be either reclining or laying down. Here are my thoughts about what I’ve learned in case you, a friend, or a loved one is in the same situation.
My Halloween obsession runs deep and while I’ve always wanted to be pregnant at Halloween, I have NO IDEA what I’m dressing up as this year! My family goes all out for the big day, and I feel like I’m totally down to the wire for getting any costumes lined up! It’s tempting to run […]
Along with my excitement about the impending arrival of our little girl, comes a gnawing sensation of a need to get it all right this time. I know I will fall far short of perfection, but with this being my final rodeo, I don’t want to make any mistakes. Overall I think my boys are […]
My journey into motherhood began at Thanksgiving, ten years ago. We were living in a new state with new jobs a thousand miles from family and I desperately wanted to be a mom. Seeing those two lines on the stick made my heart leap with excitement and my stomach do nervous somersaults. My sweet baby […]
On arrival we learned the situation was very critical, contractions had lessened to almost 2 minutes. It was too late to stop this delivery; it was too late for any sort of medication.
Our holidays were relaxed, fun, stress-free, and easy-going. In fact, for the last year or so parenting has become routine, natural, and easy. It was a long process, but we considered ourselves masters at this. You probably see where this is going.
Four years ago, my husband and I learned we were expecting! Finally. After trying for years to conceive, my first thought was, “We are NOT ready for this.” So, like most first time mothers, I started researching. My best friend bought me the book Expecting 411. She warned me that some of the other pregnancy […]
My daughter has beautiful hair. I tell her so all the time. But you know what you’ll never hear me say to my daughter? … “You have good hair.” For me, that term – good hair – is loaded with assumptions, not the least of which is the implication that some hair must also be […]
There is no better way to recognize the reality that you are awfully prideful than by motherhood. I am convinced that every single politician out there should be forced to experience motherhood 24/7 for at least three months before assuming any position in public office. You want to see humble leadership? That would do it. […]