Mamalaw #1 – Men should know better
Need we say more? Read the post here.
Mamalaw # 2 – The Holidays should be simple
The holidays are usually a time of intense madness for most mamas, including ourselves, and if we had one wish it would be to make the holidays simple – simplify shopping, simplify cleaning and prepping, simplify dealing with the kids, hubbies and the in-laws. Read the post here.
Mamalaw # 3 – Every mom deserves a mental health day
Being a mom is a full-time, 24-hour, 7-days a week job, and sometimes we need and deserve a little break. We are so busy doing for others that we often forget that we need attention too! Read the post here.
Mamalaw # 4 – Celebrate your girlfriends
We tend to rely on each other a lot on this blog – whether its for advice, to vent or to laugh and we each recognise that we’ve got to take time out for our girlfriends and the unique places they have in our lives. Read the post here.
Mamalaw # 5 – The grace period to lose the baby weight should be at least 1 year post-partum
If you’ve been carrying those extra 10 or 15 pounds then you know what we’re talking about. There is no way that we should be expected to shed the weight any sooner – we’re not Heidi Klum! Read the post here.
Mamalaw # 6 – Stop and smell the dirty diapers
Time goes by so quickly and your babies grow up so fast that you’ve got to stop and smell those dirty diapers once in a while. Read the post here.
Mamalaw # 7 – Respect the nap
Nap time is sacred and everyone involved has got to respect it. Read the post here.
Mamalaw # 8 – Don’t worry, you’ll figure it out
For all the moms out there, don’t worry, you’ll figure it out. As we’ve realized, things can become insane and you’ve just got to roll with the punches. Read the post here.
Mamalaw # 9 – Give back
It’s our responsibility to teach our children to be nice people and as part of that, to be active social citizens. Read more here.
Mamalaw # 10 – Pay it forward … help another mama
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Mamalaw # 11 – It takes a village
There is no way that one mama is going to know everything. Every mama has a tip or a trick and motherhood really is a collaborative effort, so don’t hesitate to ask for help. Read more here.
Mamalaw # 12 – It’s not that serious
Being a mama is a long journey with lots of bumps and bruises along the way so don’t be afraid to let your hair down, sit back and relax. Read the post here.
Mamalaw # 13 – I’m every woman
Do you feel like you are a teacher, chef, laundress, nurse, chauffeur, personal assistant, mediator, groomer, psychologist, personal shopper, maid, etc. all at the same time? Read more here.