A Monthly Wellness Column By Amie Mignatti As the holidays quickly approach, there is a whole lot that we need to get done. We need to plan our trips, organize ourselves and our families, decorate, cook, bake, shop, attend or … Continue reading Let the Sun Shine!
‘NO’-vember: A Note from the Editor By Jordan Sapir The holiday season is upon us. The air is fragrant with mistletoe, burning candles, winter spices and sticky peppermint sticks. Wreaths adorn the doors, busy postmen hustle down the streets, and … Continue reading Letter from the Editor
By Cynthia Drack Oh…. Christmas time! I love you so much. The joy of warm summery weather, large amounts of seafood, finishing work for the Christmas/New Year period, trying to get last minute shopping done, preparing Christmas lunch, decorating the … Continue reading Christmas and the In-Laws
By Jacquetta de Fouchier This month’s newsletter celebrates women’s work. Paradoxically, it took me quitting my job, falling pregnant and moving to another country for me to finally find my calling. We were living in Paris when my husband proposed … Continue reading Birthing a Business
A Note from the Editor By Jordan Sapir When we discussed the topic of “Women’s Work” in our Über Moms Board meeting, I was elated. The wheels started turning, with postmodern feminist antidotes and slogans dancing in my head. I … Continue reading Letter from the Editor
A Monthly Wellness Column By Amie Mignatti As women in today’s world, we have many choices. We can choose to have a family, or not to, we can choose where we live, how we live and with whom we live. … Continue reading Let the Sun Shine!
By Anonymous Do you ever find yourself consistently flashing back to one particular moment in time? Ever since having my second child, I find a memory of my 22-year-old self frequently popping into my head. Here’s the scene: it was … Continue reading Balancing it All
A Note from the Editor By Jordan Sapir Back to school and back to business. This month’s topic is “Back to School, Back to Basics.” What are you learning this month? What is important to you that your kids learn? … Continue reading Letter from the Editor
A Walk with Tetta: A New Über Moms Experience! Are you a new mom or a soon-to-be mom looking to connect with other women in the same shoes, or do you have questions about pregnancy, birth, or becoming a mother? … Continue reading A Walk with Tetta
By Carolyn Hecken March’s Über Moms Newsletter features the passions that inspire, motivate and drive us. This month, I’d like to share my personal story of how life’s unexpected twists and turns led me to rediscover my own true passion … Continue reading A Coalescence of Passion and Profession
By Carolyn Hecken Love Yourself! That’s the theme of this month’s Über Moms Newsletter. You may ask, what connection is there between loving one’s self and book recommendations about the immensely profound love shared by parents and their children everywhere? … Continue reading 8 Children’s Book Recommendations – Stories of Unconditional Love
By Jordan Sapir The fluorescent lights were short circuiting and the toilet was flowing; it was freezing. If it weren’t for the loud pitched screams of my baby, I might have been able to hear the footsteps in the hallway … Continue reading The Day I had No More Fucks to Give
By Katie Rössler With my first pregnancy, I only read articles online or chapters of books that I thought really mattered to my pregnancy and the view of how my birth would go … that means I read nothing about … Continue reading C-section vs. Natural Birth: It’s All Giving Birth
Postpartum Depression Awareness Month A Note from the Editor By Jordan Sapir Über Moms are at it again! We’re on our soap boxes, empowering mothers and telling our stories. Every month we discuss what should be discussed; like any bureaucracy, … Continue reading Letter from the Editor
By Carolyn Hecken Trigger Warning: This article contains discussion of obstetric violence. November 25th is Roses Revolution Day. “What’s that?” you might ask. The Roses Revolution is a movement established in 2013 to raise awareness about the prevalence and … Continue reading Roses Revolution 2018