For this fashion lawyer-turned-blogger, breastfeeding struggles, #boymom chaos and a strictly non-strict parenting approach are all in the mix.
We talk to women who are redefining what it means to be a modern mother.
Our Mamas are inspirational, entrepreneurial, savvy, stylish and candid about the trials and tribulations that motherhood often presents
While Mother’s Day can be one sweet day of the year, motherhood is complex for all 365 of them. This isn’t just for women with children. It’s complicated for women deciding whether or not to have children, women trying to have children, women who have lost children, women with mothers who have passed, and women with contentious relationships with their own children and mothers. Mother’s Day can bring out the best and worst feelings, no matter what the day means for you.
This year we surveyed a small group of mothers to share their experiences on this last year of pandemic parenting and feelings around Mother’s Day this year.
The Tot FIVE x FIVE invites inspiring mamas to answer five questions on motherhood and curate five products they can’t live without. Here we talk to April Matic: a human rights activist, follower of Montessori methodology, and who became a new mom during a global pandemic.
Journalist Melanie Dimmitt, the author of Special, shares what she’s learned on her not-so-typical parenting journey.
Australian TV Presenter, Edwina Bartholomew, entered motherhood in the midst of a global pandemic, in the public eye and just as her husband lost his job. How would she describe it? Joyful & Wonderful! Today, she’s reflecting on 2020, the beauty of living in a newborn bubble as well as the power of having a mother’s group.
It’s been a few months since my baby had his first birthday and, even though every day is filled with growth, new words, and expressions, I find myself stuck reflecting on the past year –– the first year. It’s not just my baby’s growth; it’s mine too. I’ve learned more than I could have ever imagined about human development, the ins and outs of baby gear, and what an over 30 year-old body can accomplish on two to five hours of broken sleep a night.
A lot is happening in the first 90 days of a baby’s life, but what about the mother’s? In this article, we’re looking deep into the fourth trimester and sharing our tips for optimal mental and physical health, successful breastfeeding and choosing the products you actually need during this transformative time.
Self Care Advocate, Author, and founder of Black Moms Blog, Shanicia Boswell shares why it is important to release mom guilt and the benefits we experience once we let go of trying to be everything.
When I was diagnosed with breast cancer, my first thought was, “How will I tell the kids?” I knew in my heart that their emotions would mirror mine, so here’s how I’ve told them about each step of my cancer-kicking expedition so far…
Four months ago, at the age of 39, I found myself scrolling on instagram and considering the possibility of growing out my natural hair color – my silver and gray natural hair color (gasp!).