If You Could See Me Now… by Amy Andrews

MamaBlogger365, a year-long daily blogging project to benefit the Museum of Motherhood continues with today’s art installment, part of an irregular and occasional series.

MamaBlogger365 – Girl, You”ll be a Mother Soon by Amy Andrews

Another installment in the occasional photography series by Amy Andrews for MamaBlogger365, a year-long daily blogging project to support the Museum of Motherhood, coordinated by Mamapalooza.

MamaBlogger365 – Because I’m the Mommy by Amy Andrews

Part of an occasional photography series, Amy Andrews is back for today’s MamaBlogger365, a year-long daily blogging project to support the Museum of Motherhood, now OPEN in NYC!

MamaBlogger365 – Fast Forward by Amy Andrews

Fast Forward – part of an occasional photography series by Amy Andrews for MamaBlogger365, a project supporting the Museum of Motherhood and brought to you by Mamapalooza.

MamaBlogger365 – Motherhood, By the Book by Amy Andrews

Motherhood, by the Book – part of an occasional photography series by Amy Andrews for MamaBlogger365, a project supporting the Museum of Motherhood and brought to you by Mamapalooza.

MamaBlogger365 – A Brief Note to My Son by Amy Andrews

While a picture’s worth a thousand words, I’ve written a few to accompany this one anyway. MamaBlogger365 for the Museum of Motherhood, with Mamapalooza.

MamaBlogger365 – Re-framing Motherhood Today by Amy Andrews

Thinking globally but reframing motherhood locally; MamaBlogger365 for the Museum of Motherhood.

A Family Affair – By Joy Rose

To me this is the core of everything we do; Creating an environment for families to not only enjoy each other, but to encourage ongoing dialogue about motherhood, family dynamics, feminism, education and so much more. Passing the torch to the next generation so they see first hand the passion we bring to our individual and collective voice(s), while including them and encouraging them to participate in our endeavors exposes them to a lasting legacy of empowerment and support. Ultimately, for ourselves, and our children, our future belongs to feminist family values and a sense that ‘the family who plays together, stays together’. That is our greatest and most lasting success.

MamaBlogger365 – Technology Bridges The Gap by Amy Andrews

I’m not content to let my motherhood experience be framed by circumstance. By bridging the gap of distance and time with letters, phone calls and even email (my mom’s not ready for texting yet, but she does read my Facebook page — and then picks up the phone to call me instead of leaving a comment), I’m taking charge and reframing motherhood with technology so that while my kids may not have the benefit of growing up with grandparents who lived around the corner like my parents did or even a few expressway exits away like I did, they’ll know that while their grandmothers may be far away, they’re never out of touch.

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