My grandmother was a great seamstress. My mother sewed, too. My last sewing project was a high school home ec assignment, more years ago than I care to think about. Sewing wasn’t anything I enjoyed or saw much purpose in pursuing. Although I always felt a little guilty about it, like there was this thread … Continue reading
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.
Mary Rekosh is ready to enlist in the latest skirmish concerning women and the interwebs – MamaBlogger365 on Mamazina.
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.
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.”
Stacey Battat of Kiwi Publishing and editor-in-chief of the Thin Threads book series on the roller coaster of life.
Joy Rose’s MamaBlogger365 post celebrates the power of a woman – at work, at home and in the arts!
Counting fathers as “babysitters” isn’t good for mom, or dad – Kristin Maschka’s blogging for MamaBlogger365 today, a project that benefits the Museum of Motherhood, now open in NYC!
Announcing a new exhibit by Lauren Cockerham-Colas at the Museum of Motherhood, abNORMALLY NURSING, now through the end of January 2012.
Joy Rose, president of Mamapalooza, Inc. and founding director of the Museum of Motherhood muses on finding old friends in new places – for MamaBlogger365, a year-long daily blogging project to benefit the Museum.