Tag: children

The Gift of Protection From Blue Light | Cyxus

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With schooling going 100% virtual and then partially virtual and screen time at an all time high mamas have had a growing concern about...

Why I’m Saying “No!” to ALL the Extracurricular Activities

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I want to start this post with a warning/confession: my only child is only 20 months, so in some ways, the following words are...

Are We Raising Frustrated Children?

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As soon as I became a mother, I became a statistician, okay not really, but the amount of numerical data you must keep track...

Growing a Family in the Shadow of a Pandemic

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At the start of this year, my husband and I felt we would be ready to try for another baby come summer. Growing a...

Mama Didn’t Raise No Chiflada: A Potty Training Tale

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I’ve spent the last year trying various different potty training tactics on my three-year-old son. I’m talking, letting him be naked all day, giving...

What If I Don’t Want Isolation To End?

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I’ve been thinking subversive thoughts lately. Things like – I’m not sure I want this social isolation thing to end. I know it flies...

I’m A School District Administrator: Online Distance Learning Isn’t Going To...

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In these crazy times, we at Austin Moms got the call to pool together our resources and quickly come up with some new content...

Keep Your Kids Active, Even During The #CoronavirusQuarantine

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I've got a 1 year old. She is the most social and active 1 year old ever, I'm sure of it. She NEEDS interaction...

World Book Day: Give Me All The Books!

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My husband and I are avid readers. We met in Journalism school, and both had specializations in English. To say we like reading is...

What I Wish I Would Have Known Before My Second Baby

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One thing that I have learned as a parent is that life is changing, and it requires you to change and adapt to it....