Safe Sleep for Babies with Alison Jacobson

October is Infant Loss Awareness Month. Meet Alison Jacobson, CEO of First Candle, a non-profit committed to preventing SIDS and sleep-related infant deaths through education about safe sleep for babies. Alison lost her own son to a sleep-related death and now teaches others about safe sleep. Jen: Hi, this is Jen and this is Mom Cave Live, where we may have lost our minds, but we haven’t lost our sense of humor. I am Jen and I’m here with our […]

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Modern Moms: Modern Mom Probs With Tara Clark

This post contains some affiliate links to awesome products for modern moms. Jen chats LIVE with Modern Mom Prob’s Tara Clark. She has a new book– “Modern Mom Probs: A Survival Guide for 21st Century Mothers,” is the spokesperson for The Blue Dot Project (maternal mental health) AND is launching The Modern Mom Style Box! There’s wisdom and laughs in this one. Jen: Hey, modern moms, welcome to MomCave Live, where we may have lost our minds, but we have […]

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Non-Candy Halloween Treats & Fun | Bethany Braun Silva on MomCave LIVE

This post contains some affiliate links to products to make YOUR #momlife easier, especially with NON-Candy Halloween treats and fun! Does the sugar-rush of post Trick or Treating scare you more than ghosts? How do you celebrate Halloween with a diabetic child? Meet Bethany Braun Silva, former editor of Parenting.com, What to Expect, and Big Apple Parents. We chat and laugh about NON-candy Halloween treats and fun activities for the whole family. Jen: Welcome to MomCave Live where we may […]

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Tips for Halloween When It’s Not Your Thing

I have never liked Halloween. I don’t know if it’s because we never really celebrated it with my family when I was little or because I don’t like spooky and scary things. But now that I have kids I hate it even more. Tips for Halloween are required since I’m not a “Halloween Person.” I hate the competition amongst parents on whose kids have the best costume or who has the best house decorations. Even more, I hate the sugar rush […]

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Tova Leigh | | MomCave LIVE

Tova Leigh, best-selling author of “F*cked at 40,” has a brand new hilarious book out. Tova and Jen chat live about confessions, outrageous stories, and how YOU can win a signed copy of Tova Leigh’s new book! (This post contains some affiliate links to stuff we love and we know you will too!) Tova Leigh on MomCave LIVE (Transcript Below) Jen: I’m Jen from MomCave. And this is MomCave Live where we may have lost our minds, but not our […]

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Life as a Crap Mom | 5 Ways to Suck at Momming 😉

Most of my motherhood years have been spent as a crap mom! You heard me right. It wasn’t a blip and I promise, your hearing is not failing you. I truly feel that I have spent the last 15 years of my life as a crap mom and that’s because I have been exhausted for most, if not all of it. What do I mean by that? Well, it’s pretty simple and maybe after reading my failures as a mother, […]

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Monika Casey “C Plus Single Mom” | MomCave LIVE

We bring you a live chat with funny mama/actress/producer/standup comedian/co-host of Jeff Lewis Live on Sirius XM AND self-described “C+ Single Mom,” Monika Casey. Enjoy! Jen: Hello everybody on Facebook World. I am here to hang out with you live on Facebook and behind the scenes on Instagram with Monika Casey and I can see that you’re a mom and your kid’s talking to you. So if you need to talk to your kid, like go talk to your kid, […]

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Why Do Kids Love Poop Jokes?

Kids love to be gross. It’s just one of those things that come with being a young human, but parents are sick of it. I’m not talking about silly fart jokes, though—I mean actual poop jokes. “Why does everyone have to be obsessed with poo-poo?” asks my friend Justine, the mother of a 4-year-old. Justine says her daughter tells the same poop joke every day, over and over again—”And it’s not even a good one.” Have you ever wondered, “Why […]

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What You Need to Know About Parenting with Mental Illness

Parenting is Hard. It’s not You. It’s Them and Possibly Mental Illness In general, parenting is hard. If you can’t admit that, then you haven’t been a parent for that long, or congratulations are in order because you found the mecca of a well-behaved child. And, after you read this, can we talk? But jokes aside. It’s okay to admit that parenting is a struggle or even that your children make parenting hard. While there is an endless selection of […]

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