Don't let that adorable face full of food fool you. Those are the eyes of a mischivious toddler!
The holidays can be a time of celebration and festivities. However, the months leading up to the mayhem can also cause stress and frustration for tired women attempting to be both a 1950’s housewife and mom, and a 2012 working woman.
It can be challenging to explain to other women what it is exactly that consumes your day, but the chores seem endless and the sleep never feels sound for a mom. There was a recent editorial highlighting the high bar set for moms these days, and the expectations (often unrealistic) put on women.
Whether you have chosen to work full time, part time or stay home with your little one, you are working nonetheless, often balancing many jobs at once. Women are amazing at multitasking and now-a-days are often expected to wear several hats with not only grace but precision. This pursuit of perfection can cause these “Super Moms” to feel overwhelmed by their growing to do lists, tested by their more time consuming toddlers and even defeated when their tasks are not completed by the end of the day. Continue Reading
Cooking (safely away from stoves and ovens) is a wonderful way to share in the holiday spirit with your little ones. Toddlers love to be helpers, so let your elves sift the sugar and flour and add a touch of spirit to your masterpiece.
If your babies are not quite ready to officially add ingredients to the meal, provide them with their own bowl of cheerios and a spatula to “assist.” You would be surprised with the concoctions your new sou chef will create and the fun you will have bonding with your baby while also feeling productive, as you check a chore off your growing holiday to do list.
Looking for a homemade treat to bring to your holiday parties? Boston Babies again features Back Bay Mom, Devon Holden, who provides her special recipe which is sure to spice up the season.
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Available in short or long sleeve…Perfect holiday gifts for your friends, family or the little ones in your lives!
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Toddlers have an insatiable appetite for adventure! Many Moms with babies 12-18 months can attest that this new sense of independence and exploration can be both amazing to witness as well as anxiety provoking! While it is very important for children to have the ability to discover and learn through such expeditions, it can be quite challenging to balance baby’s search for freedom and fun, and your need to ensure their security and safety.
The American Academy of Pediatrics reminds families that “play” aids in children’s developmental growth and allows parents to strengthen the bonds with their little ones. Although tumbles are now part of a toddler’s life, parents still search for how best to support and challenge their increasingly curious kids.
Boston Babies features Boston Mom and North End Resident, Haley Cutter, who recently has been balancing this very concern. She shares her story and advice on how she is learning to roll with the punches (and the falls) that come from her son’s search for adventure!
As the mother of a very active, extremely curious 15-month boy, I recognize that my son has entered the stage of toddlerhood where falls and accidents are inevitable. Continue Reading
Craving holiday cookies? Enjoy some goodies without the guilt. Everything in moderation...
As the holidays quickly approach, your to do lists could be getting longer, your time feeling tight and your mind may wander to more pressing matters–like family, friends and festivities. Finding the energy to hit the gym or the self restraint to resist the delicious seasonal treats may seem impossible!
Boston Babies is featuring Boston Mom and Fitness Trainer April Cowin, creator of the Sports Club-La/Boston’s Pre-Natal Boot Camp and Post Natal Mommy Boot Camp. April provides a few helpful hints on how best to enjoy the holidays while still being mindful of “everything in moderation.”
Happy & Healthy Holidays Ladies! Tis’ the season to stay on top of your fitness goals! December is not the right time to try to loose weight but it is a great time to maintain it.
Here are a few tips to keep you on track and feeling good come New Year’s Day… Continue Reading
Is your silky terrier sulking? If your canine complains about car rides to his vet, call Animal House Calls for care in the comfort of your pet's home.
As the winter months are wearily approaching, taking your kitty or canine companion out to their doctor’s office may feel like a daunting task.
Whether you have to convince your cat to jump in the car or fight down the bustling, holiday shopper filled streets with Fido in hand, trekking to your nearby (and often for you city slickers, not so nearby) clinics for your pets can be challenging.
Animal House Calls, a mobile veterinary clinic, has been serving the North Shore of Boston for over 30 years, and has recently expanded its care to the city.
Over the last 6 months, Animal House Calls has been visiting the North End, Waterfront, Beacon Hill and Downtown Boston communities, providing convenience and care to their patients in the comfort of their own home.
To learn more about their preventative and primary veterinary care and services, contact Animal House Calls at 978.535.4263, find them on Facebook or visit them on line at www.animalhousecalls.net.
Dressed to impress, this furry friend is trying to stay warm during Boston's winter weather!
Simplify shopping this year and look to Stella and Dot for your party accessories or the gift to bring to your holiday gala. With great gifts under $50, 3-5 day delivery and custom wrapping, Stella and Dot is a Mommy Must Have for the Holidays.
Tis the Season to give–Another great reason to stock up on Stella…
Stella and Dot is partnering with one of the organizations in the Stella & Dot Foundation, Build On, to provide gifts for little girls this holiday season. Stella and Dot is making it a goal to provide 10,000 gifts to girls all over the country…Great gifts for a great cause!
Buy one of these pieces for a little girl (listed below) and we’ll give one to a little girl in need:
- Peace Swap Necklace
- Fiona Headband
- Mini Soiree Bracelet
- Kristin Ring
- Friendship Bracelet (Kind)- Yellow