Caroline Blabs About Car Seat Nursing | BLABBERMOM | Ep16 | Breastfeeding | MomCave TV

Car Seat Nursing? We’re pretty sure it’s entirely unsafe. But we’re also pretty sure we’ve all done it at least once! On this new episode of Blabbermom, Caroline blabs about how her five month old has come to accept this as normal. (Note that Caroline’s car was stopped in traffic at the time.) Have you gone to great lengths to calm a crying baby on a road trip? Let us know in the comments below. Do YOU have a funny […]

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Starting Your Own Business |Kickety Split | MomCave LIVE

On this week’s LIVE show, our guest is Tracey Johnston, the dynamo mom behind Kickety Split, a line of high-quality children’s active wear. The moms talk about the challenges and rewards of starting your own business, especially how they manage to get any work done with their little ones at home. Starting Your Own Business…with Kids in the Mix! Kickety Split Founder Check out how adorable Valisa’s girls look in their Kickety Split outfits! Win Cute Clothes from Kickety Split

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NEW Video | Mommy Scenario Tag | YouTube Moms

Remember Slam Books from junior high? The YouTube Mommy Scenario Tag is a high tech version. Jen discovered YouTuber MsDiaperD’s Mommy Scenario Tag and here is her response. Want to make your own tag video response? We’d love to see it! TAG! YOU’RE IT! YouTube Mommy Scenario Tag Here are the Questions for this Mommy Scenario Tag Video: 1. Your kid is refusing to eat dinner, do you stand your ground and demand they eat what you made? Or make […]

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Breastmilk The Movie | FitBump Screening

It’s Breastmilk–the Movie! There’s a brand new film out from Executive Producers Ricky Lake and Abbey Epstein. (The women behind the critically acclaimed The Business of Being Born.) Directed by Dana Ben-Ari, Breastmilk explores how the personal becomes political. In the infancy of the Women’s Right’s Movement in the 1960’s, women’s rights meant having control over their bodies and their decisions about motherhood. Somewhere along the way, domesticity started to be perceived as an unwelcome and unenlightened pursuit as far […]

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Peppa Pig and Me Book Personalized Book Review

I was very excited to try out a personalized book from Penwizard, a UK-based business that makes personalized books starring your little one. Being that my son can get a little restless during story time, and would rather watch Frozen for the 80th time, I wanted to see what magic would come of this book. I tried out the Peppa Pig and Me book selection. Good choice. I love Peppa Pig. Who wouldn’t? Very cute cartoon characters with cute voices […]

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Stop Yelling! The Orange Rhino Challenge

  I’m not a big yeller. I’m more of a terrified-of-conflict, too-shy-to-engage, oh-well-life-sucks kind of gal. Except when it comes to three people. There are exactingly three people in my life that can cause me to totally lose it. My sister, my husband, and my son. What do these three people have in common? They are the three people I feel the most comfortable with, the most loved by. In other words, they are the three people that deserve my […]

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Scary Mommy’s Guide to Surviving the Holidays Holiday Tips

If you’re an internet-using mama, you must know of Jill Smokler, a.k.a Scary Mommy. Author of two books, the NY Times best-seller Confessions of a Scary Mommy and Motherhood Comes Naturally (and Other Vicious Lies), Jill has created a community of moms online, averaging over 30 million views per month, where one can finally feel at home. I especially love her mommy confessional, where thanks to the anonymity of the internet, moms can share their deepest secrets. As a new mom, […]

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Halloween Hacks and Mom Tag |Happy Family Giveaway

On this week’s MomCave LIVE, we talked Halloween Hacks. What kind of jerk invents a holiday that requires a mom to come up with a creative, suitable costume idea that their kid actually likes and then either hand-make that costume or buy an expensive version, stock the house with candy to give to other kids, and then allow their own kid to collect a whole sack of junk that will cause whining and tantrums to come for the next several weeks? […]

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A Mother’s Bond…. Motherhood as Muscle Memory on Blabbermom

For the first time, we get serious. In this brand-new episode of Blabbermom, we interview Naomi, mom of two boys, as she talks about muscle memory and a mother’s bond. Though her boys are no longer babies, both she and the boys remember what it felt like in those early months. The newborn stage is an all encompassing, full body bonding experience a mother never forgets. Does your older child still do something the exact same way they did at as […]

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