A little girl, asked where her home was, replied, “where mother is.” Keith L. Brooks
Have you seen the trailer for this new movie with Sarah Jessica Parker? I’m curious to find out what happens at the end. Does she give up her career for her family or does she find a happy balance? Perhaps we should have a special get together with our CT working mom blog followers for
I have found that some of the skills I’ve developed in my career, I use as a mother. In my past life, I worked in scheduling and advance for a U.S. Senate campaign. I helped organize a statewide bus tour The New York Times said was “run with military precision and precise planning.” I cut that
“I was brought up to believe I could do anything I wanted professionally and, of course, be a mother at the same time. But I’m finding out that it’s complicated. It requires a lot of thought and planning and I haven’t figured it out yet.” Maggie Gyllenhaal
Contact: Daniel Fowler email@example.com 202-527-7885 American Sociological Association LAS VEGAS — Working moms have lower rates of depression than their stay-at-home counterparts, but buying into the supermom myth could put working mothers at greater risk for depression, suggests new research to be presented at the 106th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. The study
Since becoming a working mom, my afterwork routine has continued to change along with my son’s rapidly changing stages and schedule. I’m pretty thrilled with our performance now that Don’s 2 and 3 months. Don is now eating close to normal food and can participate in mini/hysterically funny conversations about his day at the dinner table.
Starting THIS Friday we’ll be posting about either an upcoming family-friendly event OR we’ll give you our own tips for some family-fun activities to do at home! Be on the lookout for this blog every single Friday.
I scheduled my blog post that went live earlier today (about not feeling guilty being a working-mom) to automatically post about a week ago. Then, this morning, I felt badly dropping my little girl off at daycare. It was a combination of factors I think. Since we started her in daycare 5 weeks ago I’ve been
“Mothers are the most instinctive philosophers.” Harriet Beecher Stowe
Here’s an interesting post I wrote for WorkingMother.com —————————————————————————————————- Taking care of my new baby girl Lillian for 10 weeks was a great experience, but it only reinforced my desire to go back to my career. I missed adult interaction and using my skills and talents. While I love my daughter more than anything in