In the seven years that I’ve been a mom, I have found some new interests, passions and ahem fixations. One of them being to find the best playgrounds in town.
I never used to worry about that before I had kids. Or, the finest pacifiers, best swimming lessons and kid friendly (read: loudest) restaurants. Nope. I never used to wonder about those either.
But some of my interests have stayed exactly the same. Eerily, oddly, obsessively: The same. (more…)
We start off on Monday in Norway, where Asta Burrows talks about the trade-offs Moms sometimes have to make between elegance and comfort!
On Tuesday, we’re back in the United States with Margie Bryant, the Arkansas Mom who juggles life and working towards a University degree with raising two busy boys.
On Wednesday, we head off to spend time with Shaula Bellour, who is having an exciting time with her twins on the remote island of East Timor.
And on Thursday, we’re in Minnesota with Galit Breen, who never fails to entertain with her stories about her life with her family.
On Friday, Eva Fannon leads our Friday Question. Don’t forget to check in and join in the conversation with our World Moms Blog writers!
We have two new writer profiles posted, so be sure to check it out to learn about our new writers, Dee Harlow from Mexico and Kuwaiti-born fire Crystals, who now lives in India.
And in the most exciting news of all, we congratulate World Moms Blog founder Veronica Samuels on the birth of her new baby girl!
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Today’s Friday Question marks our 100th post on World Moms Blog!
This week’s question came from one of our writers – Kally Mocho. She asked,
“As a mom, what one item can you not live without?”
Here are some indispensable items some of our moms cannot do without…
Eva Fannon of Washington State, USA writes:
“It would have to be diaper wipes. Even after my oldest was out of diapers (and the youngest wasn’t even born yet), we still kept buying them because they make cleaning dirty faces and hands so much easier! I always keep an extra pack in the car.” (more…)
This week’s question came from Tara B. She asked our writers,
“What is your guilty pleasure after a tough day of mommyhood?”
Here’s what some of our moms had to say…
Kirsten Jessiman of Canada writes:
“Once the kids are in bed and all of my nightly tasks are done, I like to grab a glass of wine and indulge in a bit of Facebook time wasting.”
Veronica Samuels of New Jersey, USA writes:
“A cup of tea, something naughty to eat (such as ice cream) and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart on T.V. (The show is a comical slant on the U.S. news and politics.) Ahhhh, adult time!!!” (more…)
This week we asked our writers,
“What is your favorite grab ‘n go or quick fix food?”
Here’s what some of our busy moms had to say…
Maggie Ellison of South Carolina, USA writes:
“On the go, I grab a banana, cheese stick and an apple juice box for the kids. I’ve been working on adding carrots to that and so far, so good. If they need more, I will throw some pretzels or crackers in a bag. It all just depends what we have and what we will be doing.” (more…)
Jason and I met on-line in 1999. You know, WAY back when it was still gaspworthy and new to do so. We were long distance for about a year while he finished up school in Wisconsin and I was teaching and grad-schooling in California. Did I make you gasp again with the whole older woman thing? I’m a surprise a minute, people.
Living three-hour-flights away from each other meant that we put in A LOT of phone time. I think our record was a nine-hour marathon. True story.
At the end of each and every day we would curl up in sweats and cozy blankets and just…talk. We talked about politics, religion, gourmet food, sex, movies, art. (more…)