On Monday we will check in with Dee Harlow, who has her hands full as she prepares to move herself and her family all the way to Laos. She tells us how she copes with the stress of trying to get everything together.
On Tuesday, we head to Kenya, where Mama Mzungu talks about how she hired someone to help out in her home. Initially very uncomfortable with the cultural and historic connotations of hiring such a person, she has now mostly made peace with it.
On Wednesday, we will be in California with Polish Mom Photographer, who is baffled by all the fuss surrounding the topic of breastfeeding. Why are women put under so much pressure to breastfeed, and then told not to do it in public? These are some of the questions she ponders.
On Thursday we are off to the lovely Philippines to get to know our new contributor, Mrs P Cuyugan.
On Friday, we will go to Indonesia to hear from Tatter Scoops, who is raising a mixed-culture child. She describes some of the conflicts she has with her mother when it comes to raising her child, and how she deals with them.
On Saturday, check out the Saturday Sidebar with Eva Fannon, where the World Moms give their thoughts on an important topic, and chime in with your answers to the week’s question!