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 “Other” Mother by Kate Fineske

Every Monday morning around 8 a.m., my mother-in-law arrives at my home and immediately starts to settle in. She hangs up her coat, opens up her laptop, and passes out the traditional donut holes for my kids’ breakfast. (Grandma’s “special” treat!) After a quick talk about the forthcoming weather and then a brief review of … Continue reading

MamaBlogger365 – Gravity Bread’s Becca presents Banana Flaxseed Pancakes

Becca at Gravity Bread shares a great recipe for banana flaxseed pancakes and offers tips on how to make the most of the family baking experience.

MamaBlogger365 – Independence Day by Kate Fineske

Kate Fineske, National Association of Mothers Centers, talks about independence day – it’s not just the 4th of July – for MamaBlogger365 to benefit the Museum of Motherhood in New York City.

Academics, Ankles and Abnormalities

Good morning Mamazina readers.  My girls have started their second week of school.  Their first day was Monday August 6th, and we are all learning a new academic routine.  Rachael is now a freshman in high school – new school and new schedule.  Gretchen started middle school.  It appears my oldest is having a harder … Continue reading

MamaBlogger365 – For Mother’s Day, With Gratitude by Mary Rekosh

New MamaBlogger365 contributor Mary Rekosh reflects on Mother’s Day, with gratitude for her own mother and especially her grandmother: “Out of her devotion to her family was born my mother’s and my own.”

MamaBlogger365 – In the Quiet by Julie Ann Cook

Julie Ann Cook’s poetry series continues with “In the Quiet” – for MamaBlogger365 to benefit the Museum of Motherhood.

MamaBlogger365 – Sustaining by Julie Ann Cook

Poet Julie Ann Cook kicks off a 4-week poetry series for MamaBlogger365, here with Mamazina – this week, “Sustaining”.

National Poetry Month

April is national poetry month, and as a poet, I have been writing a poem a day with napowrimo. As I’m writing this post, I have accomplished two-thirds of the prompts and have only ten more to go.  If you would like to see all the poems I have written this month, the list is … Continue reading

MamaBlogger365 – Keep the Expectations Low by Kelli Stapleton

Kelli Stapleton reminds us to keep our expectations low… for MamaBlogger365 to benefit the Museum of Motherhood, now open in NYC.

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