by Jordan Sapir I arrive, and the line is not only around the corner, but two city blocks long. Wait, I thought, they said the doors open at 9:00! It’s 8:15. There is no way this line is that long. … Continue reading The Fall. The Wall.
A Nameless Woman: Life After Mom A Note from the Editor by Jordan Sapir There are a lot of missing links involved in life after babies. Some of them have to do with health issues, our bodies, false hope, and … Continue reading Letter from the Editor
by Pia Johansson Science tells us that mothers react more to their own baby crying or laughing than to a control baby. Well, I guess you already knew that, but did you know that your brain changes in size and … Continue reading Everything Changes When You Become a Mother – And Your Brain Helps By Changing, Too
By Carolyn Hecken When we made the decision to grow our family for the first time back in 2009, I had no way of fully comprehending the intense love and joy I would feel for my children, nor the perennial … Continue reading You Deserve a Medal
By Katie Rössler It’s the summer!!! Wahooo! Remember when it used to feel awesome that summertime was finally here and you could take a break from school? Then you became an adult and summer lost its excitement because your work … Continue reading Finding Time for You in the Summer
By Yasmin Mang
As we transition into life with children, the lazy weekend days and late nights out with friends seem a distant memory. But the need for female friendship doesn’t die out with this new life – even if time together is more difficult to find.
By Jordan Sapir
I’m a big fan of Über Moms and the mission of the group. I think it is positive and a resourceful, safe place online to bond with other like-minded mothers. Continue reading “Reducing Your Social Media Footprint”
By Bettina Hemmingsen
“The moment a child is born, the mother is also born. She never existed before. The woman existed, but the mother, never. A mother is something absolutely new.” – Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh