“For many of us, we have heard of these ingredients and know they can be dangerous, but may not know why. We decided to take a deeper look into what makes them bad, and provide some safer alternatives.”
From the squishy bellies to the varicose veins, our mom bodies get a bad rap. Our bodies get peed on, yelled at, woken up, and taken for granted on a daily basis. Yes, certainly by our children, but mostly by ourselves. Can I get an AMEN?
New mom stories to help celebrate the joyous and exhausting season of welcoming a new baby, even if you are covered in spit-up!
Our bodies are a vessel for the most beautiful gift! Instead of hating my postpartum body I embraced it… I created a ‘mom life’ wardrobe that was adaptable and stylish. I wanted to keep my style among the spit up!
“No one’s struggles are the same, but the point is that that EVERYONE goes through hardship, ranging from ‘light and momentary’ to earth shattering. And more than often, the timing seems horrible. The best thing we can do for each other during tough times is offer our support, encouragement, and comfort.”
A new baby? What could be better?! Whether you brought them into the world, fostered them, or welcomed them into your hearts and home through the miracle of adoption, a new baby is one of the most life-changing things anyone could ever experience.
City Moms Blog Network Announces 70th Site Bloomington Moms Blog latest to join the fast-growing network of parenting resource sites May 15, 2017 MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. City Moms Blog Network announces the addition of Bloomington Moms Blog in Indiana – the 70th site to join this national network of parenting resources websites. Bloomington Moms Blog goes […]
City Moms Blog Network welcomes new sister site Bloomington Moms Blog into our rapidly growing sisterhood of locally-focused parenting resources.
As you well know, Mother’s Day is coming up this weekend. To celebrate the moms in our lives, we’re highlighting a few momprenuers who make products that would be amazing gifts for Mother’s Day – or any day!
“Make your story your own and tell it in your own voice, as it has and will define the most important role you could ever play – mom.”