A Matter of Taste: Navigating New Baby Food Worries

By Kim, The New Mom Recently, Consumer Reports issued a report detailing the results of tests conducted on a variety of baby foods. As the mom of a 6 month-old we are knee deep in purees and cereals these days, so I wanted to take the time to read the full report and get some … Continue reading A Matter of Taste: Navigating New Baby Food Worries

What They Didn’t Tell You During Sex Ed

By Binah, The Expectant Mom I’m currently 19 weeks pregnant and I’m learning a lot that I was never taught during sex ed class. I remember when I had to get a permission slip signed for sex ed class. Well I wasn’t allowed to go per my parents, so I forged their signatures. I’d always … Continue reading What They Didn’t Tell You During Sex Ed


By Bre, The Toddler Mom I finally figured it out, the thing that no one tells you about becoming a parent. The reason behind the “dark side” of parenting – other than having annoying theme songs stuck in your head. When you’re expecting everyone loves to throw bits of wisdom and advice at you. You … Continue reading Unrelenting

By Any Other Name

By Erika, The Bonus Mom What's in a name? Turns out, everything and nothing at all. When my husband Roger asked me to marry him I remember my head swirling with so many thoughts - joy, excitement, exhilaration, and even a little fear.  Even though we had talked extensively about marriage and I knew it … Continue reading By Any Other Name

Losing My Luxurious Pregnancy Hair

By Kim, The New Mom I remember the day vividly. It was yet another anxious shower, complete with peeks from behind the shower curtain at our Motorola baby monitor to make sure that my sleeping 4 month old was in fact, still sleeping. He was resting so peacefully that I excitedly started to wash and … Continue reading Losing My Luxurious Pregnancy Hair