Meet a Founder, As Seen in the Fair Play Documentary, Emily A. Hay of Hay There Social Media
. While it’s nice to be active online in their personal life to keep in touch with friends, it’s crucial for moms who are considering the next steps after having kids, looking to rejoin the workforce, or launching a small business to understand how a social media skill set can directly position them for success.
Code Program for Kids!
Do your kids love computers? That’s a rhetorical question, of course—we haven’t met a child who doesn’t love devices. CodeSpark Academy is an educational app channeling this generation’s tech affinity into an enriching learn-to-code experience for kids 5 to 9....
Meet a Mom: Meet Kitty Brandtner, Founder of March Fourth!
This story was shared by Chicago North Shore Moms. Hello friendly faces! It’s that time of the week! We’re back with a new CNSMoms’ Meet a Mom spotlight brought to you in part by Mary Gifford of Gifford Law. This week we’re introducing the Winnetka mom of three...
Meet the Founder of Gatsby Chocolate!
After successfully revolutionizing ice cream with his Halo Top brand, Doug Bouton has turned to chocolate.
Meet the Dad Behind Get Joy, Good Food For Dogs!
Tom Arrix started this amazing brand to help his own dog Cooper and others like him lead happier and healthier lives.
How to Talk to Kids About the Uvalde, Texas School Shooting
Psychologist Reon Baird, PhD, shares her advice.
Top Sunscreens for Kids and Babies
The temperatures are warming up and the sun is shining. What sunscreen are you using for your family? The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has put together an amazing guide to sunscreens for kids and babies! There are more than 239 beach and sport sunscreens with a…
All Terrain- Natural Products Helping Families Enjoy the Outdoors, Safely!
As moms, we’re always looking for ways to have fun outside as a family, and for products that are truly safe and non-toxic. All Terrain is our latest find that fits both bills, and we’re thrilled to partner with this effective, environmentally friendly and yes, safe,…
How to Stop Toddler Tantrums, Fast!
This original story was shared by The Local Moms Network Contributor Harvey Karp, M.D. Toddler truth: Tantrums usually peak at 18 to 24 months, subside a bit, then crest again around 3.5 years. So, knowing how to prevent—and quell—these meltdowns now will for-sure pay…
Help for Arizona Parents Struggling to Find Baby Formula
These resources can help any moms finding empty shelves.
Meet a Mom: Ariana Jones, Brilliant Oak Photo + Video
Meet a Mom: Ariana Jones, Owner of Brilliant Oak. Today’s beautiful mama is one who wears so many hats. She is a business woman, an entrepreneur, an amazingly talented photographer and also a local mama of 2. She runs her business Brilliant Oak with her equally...
Weekend Events Round Up At Home
Another beautiful weekend ahead here in Phoenix! Here are some fun ways to enjoy time outside as a family, create, cook and go virtual!
Mother’s Day Gift Guide
We hope this guide not only makes shopping for Mom easier for you right now, but also encourages you to shop SMALL & LOCAL!!
Recipe: Soft Pretzels!
Need a fun and delicious recipe to make with the kids this week? Try Joy Bauer’s pretzels! Here’s the recipe!
Where to Purchase Cloth Face Masks Online!
The CDC has recommended that in instances where social distancing is impossible, people over the age of 2 wear non-medical masks, saying this is meant to slow the spread of the virus, and help people who may have the virus and do not know it from transmitting it to...
Local Love! Where to Order Food From During Quarantine.
Local businesses are ready to serve you through curbside pick up and delivery options. We have put together a list of businesses offering modified hours, menus, and specials to the community.
Local Love! See What Businesses Have Gone Virtual.
During the COVID-19 pandemic non-essential businesses here in Phoenix have had to close their doors. Businesses have been forced to completely reinvent their entire business models. Here is a list of small businesses offering virtual classes, events, services, and even drop off DIY kits of all varieties. Small businesses are the foundation of our community. Support local whenever possible.