These lesson plans can be used with ages 2-6+ and can be modified to your child’s age and ability.
Meet mom of three Meaghan Murphy, Content Director for Women’s Day magazine and author of an upcoming book called The Fully Charged Life: A Radically Simple Guide to Having Endless Energy and Finding the Yay in Every Day.
Lauren Gabrielson is a Brooklyn, NY-based fashion designer known for her chic, wearable women’s pieces as well as her adorable “mommy and me” custom bomber jackets. She recently made headlines for a different sort of design—pivoting her business to make masks for hospital workers.
Parents may be wondering not only how to deal with the logistics of closures, but also how explain them to their kids—particularly children already prone to anxiety. Here’s what you should know.
On March 14, Kristina Gregory, a CT-based mom of two boys (11 and 13), felt some tightness in her chest, but attributed it to a tough workout. By the next day, she was experiencing flu symptoms including chills, aches, sweats, low grade fever and headache. Luckily, her boys and husband immediately isolated from her. Now that she’s finally feeling better, she’s sharing her experience to help others prevent the spread of this virus, and educate people on how to deal with it if you do get it. Here’s what she wants moms to know.
There are a lot of reasons why moms are right up there with medical residents and shift workers in terms of soul-crushing sleep deprivation. But there are some ways to feel more awake, today, right now. Here are four, research-backed tips to try.
As we spend more time at home doing our part to slow the spread of coronavirus, many of us are cooking regularly—for stress relief, because restaurants may be closing, and because, well, we’re home. Here are 12 delicious pantry recipes you’ll want to keeping making well after coronavirus is behind us.
Here are just some of the movies being released to rent for at-home entertainment instead of in theaters! Enjoy!
Meatballs are one of those go-to meals that every mom needs in her tool bag. Not only do kids love than as much as adults, but they can be customized to everyone’s preference and dietary restrictions. This Whole 30-approved version comes straight from Whole 30 founder Melissa Urban.
If you’re at home with your kids, please use this social distancing-friendly list for ideas to keep kids engaged (and away from screens for a while).
If you’re moonlighting as a homeschool teacher for the next few weeks, technology can help get you up to speed. High quality apps and websites exist for every subject and every age. For younger kids, they can add some variation to other screen-free activities. For school age kids and teens, they can complement their school’s remote learning program. Here are ten we love.
We can’t completely shield our families from talk about coronavirus, but we can try to minimize any extra stress it places on our kids. We spoke to The Local Moms Network contributor, Caitlyn Dunn, LCSW, about what we should all know. Here are her best 5 tips.
Megan Heard is a board certified Physician Assistant and raising her young family in Pearland. Read about her family and her busy and growing Med Spa!
Shoott Photography is the next best thing to easy, great and affordable photographs. Your session is FREE and you only pay for the pictures you love. Get 10% off when you use the code PEARLANDMOMS. Read about our experience and check out our pictures here!
Read all about our love for The Houston Swim Club and how they are helping us be summer swim ready!
We all know how difficult it can be to find Mom friends. Thanks to Jamie and her MOPS group (Mothers of Preschoolers), Mamas get a chance to connect, find support and let their littles play. If you’re interested in meeting up, check out their social media for their meeting times and locations!
If your family likes to celebrate holidays from morning till night, you’ll love starting your Valentine’s Day with this filling (and pink!) strawberry smoothie bowl from Tabitha Blue, a Tampa, Florida-based mom of four who pens the popular Fresh Mommy Blog.
Searching for some creative and fun ways to celebrate Valentine’s with your little ones this year? Well, as a self-appointed Valentine’s Day representative and real life craft expert, I’ve got you VERY covered! It can be tricky to find crafts that toddlers and little kids can handle but with a little help, your tot can totally tackle these simple (and adorable) V-Day craft projects!
Candy and cards are a classic combo for class Valentine’s gifts, but with more school’s broadening food bans (from peanuts to wheat to, in some cases, all sweets), non-food related choices can be a safer bet. Even if your school is still cool with candy, other parents will likely appreciate the variety.
2019 brought us a fair share of innovative food trends – we saw cauliflower chicken tenders, plant-based varieties of jerky and CBD infused food and drinks. So what can you expect to see next? Here are 6 trends you should expect to find in your grocery store in 2020.