Category: Toddler+

Signs of delayed speech in children

My son is intelligent, has a wonderful imagination, and has no worries about his incredible life. A year ago, you would have not been able to understand his inquisitive conversations or wild imaginative scenarios. My son has had delayed speech […]

Inclusion in motherhood

We had a wonderful conversation with Christina Lumpkin of J2M fitness about inclusion in motherhood and maternal health.  What does inclusion look like? Why does it matter? and what should we be doing? We have written about birth equity and […]

7 tips for coping as a parent

Our expert interview series continues with a great chat with art therapist Liza Mordkovich. Our discussion explores how parents can take care of themselves because by taking care of themselves they take care of their children. Liza brings a wealth […]

Thriving as a single parent

We talked to Erica, a mom of a three year old and the owner of a growing business, about single parenthood. She gave us an intimate and honest account of what it is really like and how she makes it […]

Parenting as a team

Raising a child together is an incredible experience but it can also be challenging. It takes mindful effort to parent effectively as a team.  We talked to Erin, Mama of an 8 year old and a 10 year old, to […]

Navigating the motherhood identity crisis

For many, becoming a mother is a huge identity shift. We don’t often hear the good stories, and the word “postpartum” is frequently associated with some kind of loss or crisis. We hear phrases like “Motherhood identity crisis,” “Motherhood identity […]

Empowering African American Moms

We talked to Zina DeMonde about empowering African American moms: We are all women of color, just different colors. All women want the same thing – a healthy baby, a healthy mom and most of all, to be the best […]

Radical self care in five simple steps

My personal journey and self care  For the last four months, I set out on a bit of a challenge and adventure with my family involving travel and homeschooling. I learned so much that I wish I knew when I […]