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
**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
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
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.
Jennifer Covello, the Purposeful Parent, considers her son’s ride toward independence: for MamaBlogger365 on Mamazina.
Mary Rekosh, MamaBlogger365: Some folks spend a ton of money on counselors and other professionals who are tasked with deconstructing the minds of these miniature humans, in order to figure out what “makes them tick” so that they can be helped to reach their full potential and live full, happy lives. I have a solution for this endless quest, which will only cost you a buck per kid and I’m pretty sure it’s foolproof.
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.
We are so thrilled to welcome guest blogger Becca of Gravity Bread, with a recipe for low-fat apple cinnamon bread (and tips on how to make more of your time in the kitchen with your kids!).