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Looking for last minute ideas for Easter Egg filler? I have some “eggcellent” creative and sugarlass options if you are looking for non-candy Easter egg fillers.
6 Adorable tennis skirt options,
In this week’s Meet a Mom interview, the LA-based actress shares details of her favorite role, her beauty secret weapon, and her transition to directing.
Ask any mother – working woman or stay-at-home mom, contented chef or takeout pro – busy families need meal inspiration. Use the Local Mom’s Network meal-planning guide to get breakfast, lunch and dinner on the table simply and easily.
Does your family love breakfast for dinner? Are you looking for a new Springtime holiday brunch dish? This new recipe from food contributor Kathleen Ashmore will check those boxes and more!
Easter is around the corner, and whether you’re hosting extended family or just creating an intimate brunch for your crew, there are easy ways to make it feel special.
Hosting hack! Storing batches of martinis in your freezer is perfect for parties so you’re not playing bartender. Need a go-to martini recipe? Look no further,
Camps teach kids to do hard things. I’m sure we all hope our kids come out of the summer with a new skill or two, but I think the most important ones they’ll develop relate to emotions…
Five tips that can make lunch-packing a breeze, including how to incorporate Skout Social into your routine.
. 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.
Cheers to the Irish and to you, Moms! Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day we’re sharing a roundup of 8 delicious cocktails and mocktails to serve and sip on March 17 (or any time!). And thankfully, there isn’t a green beer in the mix…
A salad you can prep ahead makes weekday lunches or dinners come together quickly. This kale salad from Kathleen Ashmore is served with a super-easy homemade hummus dressing (just combine hummus, olive oil, lemon and salt). Add grilled chicken or chickpeas for extra protein and enjoy all week long!
Whether your travels include hitting the slopes or soaking in the sun, you need a way to tote your stuff. Here, six travel bags that fit every budget and aesthetic.
Did you know that perimenopause has its own developmental stages just like adolescence? This “prelude to menopause,” which may include shorter menstrual cycles, sleep issues, mood changes, changes in libido and a whole host of other lovely symptoms related to hormonal changes, usually starts in the late 30s into the 40s.
“I remember the waves of sadness came rolling in out of nowhere,” she says. “I would cry over the silliest things like finding a pile of crumbs my husband missed while cleaning the counter. Then the sadness would turn into sporadic bursts of rage or even periods of overwhelming anxiety,”
Mom friends are the glue that hold us together when shit hits the fan, and motherhood’s fan is being in a wind tunnel while you’re going 100 mph in a convertible. In other words, you’re going to need some good glue. Here, nine moms you need in your crew.
There are two kinds of kids—kids who love reading and have their nose in a book at dinner, past bedtime, and when they’re supposed to be leaving for school. And then there are those who would rather do anything than read.
Use our Camp & Program Guide to learn about some of the top sleepaway camp options throughout the United States as well as teen tours, educational programs and even community service opportunities. All of them will help your child gain valuable confidence, compile priceless memories and build lifelong friendships.
If one of your goals for the New Year is to add more fruits and veggies into your family diet, this Eat the Rainbow Board created by The BakerMama may just help you check that off your list. Assemble it at the beginning of the week to set out at dinner for a...
Emily Oster is a world-renowned economist and parenting expert whose books include Expecting Better, Cribsheet, and The Family Firm. Her mission is to make sense of the latest data about pregnancy and parenting, so you can feel more empowered to make your own choices. She embodies the notion that knowledge is power… and we love the dose of humor and candor with which she shares her message, whether in her newsletter or on Instagram.