Breastmilk and Conference Calls… Hard Truth About Working at Home with Baby

WAHM=Work at Home Mom. But how much work does one get done when working at home with baby? I was one of the lucky moms who got to work from home. I got to contribute financially to my family, and at the same time spend precious time with my baby. Dream come true, right? Well, it’s much harder than it sounds. What most people don’t understand, is that working from home meant my baby controls my schedule. The other day, […]

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5 Tips on Working from Home with Kids

Ah, working parenthood. The world of temper tantrums, conference calls, blowout diapers, deadlines, lack of sleep – oh and cute little angels who are the loves of your life, of course. Being a parent can be challenging; I don’t think anyone who has had children would deny it, but it’s also one of the most beautiful things in the world and I would not trade it for a minute. Although parenting, in general, is very challenging l, throw working from […]

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When Mom is Sick | There are No Sick Days

When mom is sick… well, life goes on. Last winter I had a sore throat. I assumed it was something I caught from my son, that he caught from another of the kids in his germ-infested classroom. When my son got a fever, I took him to the doctor. The doctor declared he had strep throat and put him on antibiotics. So I assumed that I, too, had strep throat. But life had to go on. My husband was out […]

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Benefits of Daycare… for this MOM! Guest Post.

Daycare is closed this week and, because it’s a holiday and I’m not working, I’m home with my son. It’s just me and my mini-human. All day, every day. For five days straight. Throughout the week, and during my temporary stay-at-home-mom (SAHM) duty, I’ve been thinking about what it takes to be a SAHM and the thoughts are just as exhausting to me as actually staying home. This week has been the confirmation I’ve looked for ever since I made […]

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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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