The hubby and I are "negotiating" on baby names right now and it got me to wondering... what's with all the crazy celebrity baby names? Check out my daily post on ChitChatMom.com
Added by ChitChatMom on May 6, 2009 at 10:16am —
Looking through women’s magazines and news articles about celebrity moms, you might conclude that new mothers are treated like royalty, or at least the mothers of royalty. By these accounts, new mothers glow, parents and in-laws dote, partners are awed, and girlfriends constantly stream in to help with the house, the kids, and the shopping. But does it really happen? Ask your mom or grandmother what things were like when she had her babies. Was she treated like a queen? How was it for your… Continue
Added by Tori Kropp on May 6, 2009 at 9:50am —
If you missed the segment on The Today Show
yesterday about how important it is to secure your furniture to the wall when you have a kiddo in the house, you can watch it at ChitChatMom.com
. Have you anchored your TV, bookcases, etc. to the walls?
Added by ChitChatMom on May 5, 2009 at 10:01am —
As it’s getting closer to Mother’s Day I am doing a lot of thinking about motherhood. Just as with the stages of pregnancy, it changes and shifts as we move through each new stage and phase of our fetus/infant/toddler/child/tween/teenager… ah heck, baby’s life.
I have recently come across two books on UrbanBaby.com that echo my own parenting style: Rattled! by Christine Coppa and Bad Mother by Ayelet Waldman. They are both written by witty, honest women who openly share the full… Continue
Added by Tori Kropp on May 4, 2009 at 11:56am —
Mamas... I've got a serious question on my mind. Can I use a rocker recliner instead of a traditional rocking chair in the baby girl's nursery? Check out my new post at ChitChatMom.com
and let me know what you think?!
Added by ChitChatMom on May 4, 2009 at 10:05am —
It's hard to believe that it's Saturday evening already. This day has flown by and to be honest, I'm still in my PJs! I woke up at about 5am wide awake... go figure. On the days I can sleep in, I don't. On the days I can't sleep in... I could sleep till 10! Oh well. I started blogging at about 6:30am. Finally finished my post around 8am. Don't know why the TummyTub
post took… Continue
Added by ChitChatMom on May 2, 2009 at 9:01pm —
Hey mamas! Happy Friday. I've just posted a new blog post to ChitChatMom.com
with three great contests/sweepstakes that are going on right now. All sorts of fun goodies for you to win! Check it out and have a fabulous Friday!
Added by ChitChatMom on May 1, 2009 at 10:20am —
I’ve been feeling anxious lately. Unsettled. Discombobulated, even. And if you’ve ever been combobulated, you know how unsettling the opposite of THAT can be. I’m only saying.
Perhaps it is the heat. Here I am hard at work inside, while the sun is shining away outside, all, “Come out and PLAY, cave dweller!” And I’m like, “Don’t interrupt! RUDE.”
Perhaps it is the sounds of imminent summer pressing against my bedroom window. The first wave of summer bugs and their… Continue
Added by Cat Lambson on April 27, 2009 at 5:57pm —
The nicest Nursing Covers that are multifunctional. Please come to enter:
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Added by Mommas in the House on April 23, 2009 at 12:49pm —
Added by Mary McCarthy on April 22, 2009 at 6:24pm —
I wanted to share with everyone how EXCITED I am! I recently just got my third promotion with the company I work from home for. I am now Executive Sales Director and working toward 25k in annual residual income, all from working part time from home. It is so amazing to me that a stay at home mother of 2 (ages 5 and 3) can work part time for a company and building such a strong team and and a residual income from home. I can't imgagine my life without my business and I… Continue
Added by Liz Bondar on April 18, 2009 at 6:05pm —
Added by Mary McCarthy on April 16, 2009 at 10:12am —
If you are a green mommy, you must own this book! This is one of the stories I enjoy reading to my son most; and it is guaranteed to get a tear or two.
It has a simple but effective message that is so important for our kids to learn: every action has a consequence. Yes, what we do in this life and on this earth impacts everyone. Teaching our children responsibly is paramount. Now that we are informed we are gradually improving the damage inflicted by our more naive… Continue
Added by Kim Rosas on April 14, 2009 at 10:00am —
At Buy By Mom
, we know that times are tough. We know that Mom-owned shops are having a hard time keeping their doors open and generating the income they need. We want to help out.
Buy By Mom
is teaming with Angela Vinez Designs
to Pay it Forward
to 2 very lucky moms!…
Added by Angie @5VinezMonkeys on April 11, 2009 at 3:37pm —
Creative Mom Cafe is the place to come and try your hand at something you thought you could never do or to get an idea you would never have had on your own. Most of the ideas I bring to 'the Cafe' are simple and for the creativity-challenged but every now and then I will throw in a doozie for those of you who are waiting for it. Every month will have a theme and all ideas that month will tie in to that theme. It may be fun recipes for kids, a scrapbooking idea, an organizational tip or anything… Continue
Added by Natural Maria on April 2, 2009 at 11:44am —
I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “One head is good, two is better”. Well this is the basic principle of affiliate marketing.
You marketing your website for yourself is great. But if you have 10 people marketing for you, that is much better.
This is how affiliate marketing benefits you, the small business owner.
Let’s say you spend all your time marketing, you don’t have time to create your product. Or to manage the paperwork, get to the mail box or follow up on… Continue
Added by Grocery Mama on March 31, 2009 at 10:42am —
I am a working mom so I really need someone to look after my baby girl while I'm away from 8am-5pm. Because of this, I was quite worried that she will be closer to her caretaker than to me, or worse, recognize the caretaker as her mom.
Thank God that didn't happen. My baby girl is close to me now. She's mostly by my side when I stay home during the weekends. She wants me to be the one to remove her clothes when she's about to be bathed. She's really sad when I have to leave for work.… Continue
Added by Cymbelly on March 28, 2009 at 10:00am —
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Added by Cecelia on March 25, 2009 at 8:20am —
I would like to start featuring your stories of how your children came into the world, No, more like your story of becomming a mom.
For me, I wrote about the birth of my first child and I'm going to write the birth of my second child soon. If you would like your story on my site I would love to share it with people. I will also link to your blog and describe what your blog is about.
The Birth of Zoe
I look… Continue
Added by Louise on March 24, 2009 at 5:30pm —
Does the term "working mom" sound at all redundant? At all redundant? Exactly. Do we say someone has a sick illness, or a hungry hunger? No, because that would sound silly. So, why do we say someone is a working mom? Doesn't the definition of "mom" imply that work is involved? A lot of work? More work than pretty much any other job out there? A job from which you can't retire, or take a vacation, or even a sick day? Now, I know that the term really refers to a mother who works outside of the… Continue
Added by Cheryl Reyes on March 24, 2009 at 12:32am —