MamaBlogger365 – If You Could Only See Yourself as Your Child Sees You by Jennifer Covello

“In My Daughter’s Eyes” by Martina McBride is probably one of my favorite songs, not only because of her amazing voice, but the lyrics speak to me as few songs do. I recently heard the song again on the radio and it reminded me of an important lesson I need to keep in mind regularly … Continue reading

MamaBlogger365: The 4 P’s for Success by Jennifer Covello

It’s the New Year. Many of you have made, and possibly already broken, your resolutions. We start out with great intention to make changes in our lives, but then somehow lose interest or motivation. Life takes over, schedules change, and we forget about the goals we had for the year. Why? Why is it that … Continue reading

MamaBlogger365 – Living in Limbo by Mary Rekosh

**I wrote this piece just before the horrifying tragedy unfolded in Connecticut. So many of the victims were children of the same age that I discuss here, and I know that their parents must have been every bit as enchanted with them as I am with my own 7-year-old. The agony and despair that these … Continue reading

MamaBlogger365 – Podiatry, Pastries and Poetry by Veronica Hosking

Podiatry, pastries and poetry – Veronica Hosking is back!

MamaBlogger365 – What My Mother’s Life Taught Me by Jennifer Covello

I recently finished reading Anna Quindlen’s book, “Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake”, a must-read for any mother in my opinion. In this “can’t put it down” book, Ms. Quindlen recounts her journey as a parent, wife, daughter, and writer. I received this book for my most recent “monumental” birthday and without question, it has given me a new perspective on my own life.

MamaBlogger365 – Preserving and Regaining Health After Pregnancy with Exercise by Katie Moore

Today, Katie Moore share tips and information for those of us working on getting back in shape after having kids (no matter how old they might be now!)…

MamaBlogger365 – Beyond the Baby Journal by Jennifer Covello

Many people tell me that they have no time to keep a journal for their child. I get that. I am in their shoes and was in their shoes. I was working full-time in a demanding corporate career. I was married and had a household to run. I get it… really, I do.

MamaBlogger365 – Reflections on Motherhood by Ellen Gerst

Ellen Gerst is today’s MamaBlogger365 with her Reflections on Motherhood!

MamaBlogger365 – Stretching our Potential by Stacey K. Battat, Thin Threads

My exercise instructors teach that when we are having a really fantastic day and we have lots of energy, it’s the time to push our limits and stretch to the next level of our potential.

Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

I’m sure almost everyone recognizes the title of this post. Oh, the Places You’ll Go by: Dr. Seuss.  The month of May is here, once more, and as I write this post, my girls have only three weeks of school left.  Things here are going to get hectic, because both of my daughters are going … Continue reading

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