Moms…you rock… never forget it… never… This year I decided to say Thank you a whole lot more. I could complain about money, clients, films, boyfriends, girlfriends, family… and yet I am grateful.. Today I… made a full breakfast for my kids, eggs (I tried to make them shaped like hearts…epic fail BTW), Toast and […]


How To Stop Resenting Your Kids!

Yep, all moms have been here! By Sayeda Habib   I wonder what your first response to the title of this article was. Did you get a bit angry that I would even insinuate that any mother, let alone you, could feel even the slightest bit of resentment towards your kids? I wouldn’t be surprised, […]


Dream Dates for Moms – Color Me Happy

  It’s time to color! Yes even for MOMS! By Debbie Spector Weisman   It’s been one of those days. The kids have left the house in shambles, you open the refrigerator to take out ingredients to make meatballs and discover you’re out of ground beef, your husband is off on a business trip, and […]


Raising Conscious and Involved Kids

Why I took my kids to the 2017 Women’s March By Betsy Chasse On January 21st 2017 my kids and I along with millions of people around the world took to the streets to march in solidarity with woman (and men) for women’s rights, peace, unity and compassion for each other. Many have said that […]


What to give your kids this Holiday Season

Kids want stuff for the Holiday’s, but here’s what they really need. By Lori Ann Davis The holidays will be here before we know it! If you haven’t starting buying gifts yet, you will be soon. If your children are old enough to write, they will be adding to their ever growing list of must have’s […]


Calm Down!?

Calm Down! – How do we communicate to our kids? By Brie Miller I’m watching The Good Wife last night and there was a line that hit me like a freight train. “Have you ever know someone to calm down by telling them to calm down?” – or something along those words. I’ve heard words like […]


Featured Meaningful Mom – Rhoda Chiyabi

A Surprise Twin Birth, heartbreak and a vision. One Mom shares how she had a dream and brought it into reality and educates and inspires pre-schoolers in Zimbabwe.   By Rhoda Chiyabi   In 1987 I was blessed with the birth of undiagnosed twin girls in “Hwangi Colliery Hospital ” in rural Zimbabwe.   Everybody in […]


Who Takes Care of Mommy?

Tips for Self-Care, and what it takes to make Mom happy By Nina Sidell Becoming a parent summons you to take on a variety of roles and responsibilities outside of life as you know it- including your existing obligations. Delving into new unchartered territory comes with the job description- and continues throughout time, when you […]


6 Ways to Help Your Firstborn Adjust to a New Sibling

Getting ready for a new baby brother or sister? By Lotus – Mommy To Max blog One of the main reasons I wanted to have two kids close in age is because I hope Max and Alexa grow up to be the best of friends. Of course I know that closeness in age is no guarantee […]


Inspiring innovation in our Children

“The world will be saved by the western woman” ­ The Dalai Lama   By Elly Molina In 2009, standing at the Vancouver Peace Summit, the Dalai Lama s aid, “ The world will be saved by the western woman. For this to happen, let’s quicken the tempo of educating and encouraging our kids to […]