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
When was the last time YOU felt under-appreciated as a parent? This THANK YOU’s for you! MamaBlogger365 features Kate Fineske of The National Association of Mothers Centers.
MamaBlogger365: Reminiscing – Balancing Technology in your Life by Kate Fineske: Have you ever been struck with the feeling that something is missing or just not right – yet you can’t quite place what it is?
I’ve made it one of my life’s missions to keep my kids active and eating healthy – yet somehow I often forget to do the same for myself. It can sometimes be hard to concentrate on yourself when so many other people and things depend on you.
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.
MamaBlogger365, a Museum of Motherhood project, welcomes Kate Fineske, NAMC: “Prior to having kids, I never considered how much all of my habits (both good and bad) might also impact my own children.”
Your birth, becoming a mother, opened my eyes to so much, yet also opened a big book of questions – questions that I expected answers to, but soon discovered were often without any clear solutions. – Kate Fineske, National Association of Mothers Centers, for the MamaBlogger365 project to benefit the Museum of Motherhood.
If my son is noticeably happier when he is doing something he is passionate about … maybe I am too?
OK, so my mom technically never went missing. Yet she did “leave” me a few weeks ago, which led me to this post. Here, let me explain…
These are the golden years of parenting – right? Right?! Kate Fineske, on behalf of the National Association of Mothers’ Centers, for the Museum of Motherhood’s MamaBlogger365 project.