In the age of polished mommy bloggers, it can be tough to find media that represents the actual struggles of motherhood. (Beyond dirty diapers, that is.) But Netflix seems to have changed the game with “Workin’ Moms,” a new series that hones in on the real-life problems of 4 working mommas. Why it should be your next binge-watch:
If there’s ever been a time to flex your green thumb, spoiler alert: it’s now. Not only are houseplants the trendiest tool for any and all aesthetic overhauls, but they’ve also been known to decrease stress, filter air toxins, and boost creativity. Here are the most functional plants for your home, by room: Read More “House Plants for Every Room in Your Home”
What’s worse than a newborn who’s allergic to sleep? Is it a toddler who tries to eat everything? Nope. It’s a moody teen, proclaiming that you’re “literally, the worst mom ever”. (Ouch) Managing teen angst can be tough, especially when nobody warns you how much it can suck. Without further ado: our survival guide for those ne’er spoken of teen years: Read More “Managing Teen Angst”
“Congratulations, you have a daughter in China!”
I cried hearing those precious words from our adoption agency worker.
To online shopping aficionados, subscription boxes are the best thing since Amazon Prime. They’re like getting a birthday gift delivered to your door every month… that you paid for yourself. Er, that doesn’t sound terribly exciting, does it? Anywhoo… Here are some great goodie-boxes that you could always just gift to someone else.
Imperfect Produce: Mushrooms with two heads and lumpy, bumpy strawberries. These flawed fruits and veggies are unfairly deemed “less than” by grocery stores for not fitting the mold of their rigid beauty standards. (Which means you can get them for 30% less!)
Fuego Box: We’ve got hot sauce in our bag, swag. This hot sauce subscription service delivers kickin’ sauces ranging anywhere from mild to “painful”. Most kids can’t handle the heat, so you won’t have to hide in the bathroom while enjoying these. (We’re looking at you, chocolate.)
Slime Box Club: In the age of iPads and tablets, it’s a wonder that slime is such a hot commodity amongst little ones these days. This slime subscription box comes with all sorts of sparkling beads and other additives to give your ordinary goop some serious game.
Teach your child a new language or bridge the gap between your child’s native language and the language spoken in your household with the help of a bilingual photo board book! Use English, Spanish, French, Italian or a combination. If you need special characters (like Korean or Chinese), our design team is on standby, ready to assist. Just email us!