BBC Dad | Parenthood Considered at Odds with Professionalism. But Why?

Unless you’re living under a rock (and maybe even then if you have wifi), you’ve seen the video of professor/dad Robert Kelly that went viral this week. During a very professorial if somewhat dry explanation about South Korea on the BBC, his interview was hilariously interrupted by first a toddler, then a baby in a walker, and then a panicked wife/mom trying to corral them away. The departure of the toddler knocks over some books stacked on a bed, which […]

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I’m Not Flaky… I’m Just a Parent! | MomCave LIVE with Jennifer Scharf

“If you have been told that you are late and unreliable more than once, then not only do you lack punctuality, but you also lack decency and seriousness, which is certainly very annoying.” ― Auliq Ice I’m a good girl. Always have been. The kind that does what she says she is going to do when she says she is going to do it. The one that always arrives five minutes early and then goes out of her way to […]

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Slurge vs Steal | Mother’s Day Gift Guide

In the 13 years I’ve been married, I’ve learned how to get what I want. Or at least a cheaper version of what I actually want. Here’s a list of awesome gift ideas for Mother’s Day, with both the “real” version and the “cheap” version of each item. Email this to the man in your life, stat. (This post has some affiliate links, which means if you end up buying the item, I could make enough money to buy a […]

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Boy Mom | #LifewithBoys | Why I’m Glad to Have Only Boys

Welcome our new contributor, Tiffany from #LifewithBoys! Here’s her first post. From the moment the ultrasound of my youngest son showed a penis, people have been asking me when I was going to try again for a daughter. As if they expected me to immediately evict baby boy number two from my uterus so that I could replace him with someone who had a vagina. Each time I get asked that question, I politely smile and reply that we only wanted two kids and are […]

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What Moms REALLY want for Valentine’s Day

Husbands/partners/boyfriends of the world… We’ve got the skinny on what moms really want for Valentine’s Day. Hint: It’s not flowers, or chocolate, or a stupid stuffed bear from CVS. On this episode of MomCave LIVE, our guest is Heather Brooker, the host of Motherhood in Hollywood. And we talk about what moms really want this Valentine’s Day! Tweet us what YOUR heart’s desire to @MomCaveTV. And read some great ideas from some funny moms below the video. What Moms REALLY […]

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World’s Worst Valentine’s Day Gifts

I’m a holiday person. My husband, no so much. He means well. Unlike me, he doesn’t think (and by that I mean plan obsessively) about whatever the next holiday is. So, for as long as I can remember, he’s given me flowers, a card, and candy on Valentine’s Day. I probably don’t deserve much more than that, since I tend to have some deep-seated sexist view that Valentine’s Day gifts are FOR the ladies, FROM the gents. Though I’d love […]

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Porn for Moms | NEW Video | NOT SAFE FOR KIDS

What if… there was porn FOR MOMS? Who needs flowers or jewelry when we are freakin’ exhausted? What we really want is you to take out the garbage. Naked. We had a ton of fun creating this Valentine’s gift just for our loyal MomCavers. We spent a day shooting some REALLY hot dudes at Dina’s house. Her husband was a great sport AND gave me a huge cucumber “to remember the men by!” I almost peed my pants. If you love […]

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Mama Jams! | New Family Musical Webseries | Glamorous Life

What calms colicky babies, whiny preschoolers, and even an annoyed spouse? MUSIC. Music is an undervalued tool in your parenting arsenal. I’ve noticed it’s so much easier to cook dinner each night if there’s music playing. My kids and I can dance and sing and they are in a much better mood than if I just told them to get out of my hair so I can cook!  MomCave’s own Valisa Tate (remember she’s our Stunt Mom?) has taken family music […]

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Can My Baby Use a Blanket? | Gunapod Giveaway | Luxury Bamboo Baby Duvet

My babies have always worn sleep sacks for as long as possible. My mother and older aunts found this odd–babies in their generation used good old blankets. But, there’s science behind this! (See, mom?) The American Academy of Pediatrics put out a statement on the safest practices for infant sleep, in order to prevent SIDS. (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) AAP recommendations on creating a safe sleep environment include: Place the baby on his or her back on a firm sleep […]

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