Mommy Writes

The Exhausted Mother

I am exhausted. How many times have you said these words? How many times were you too exhausted to even utter these words?... CLICK TO READ MORE!

Year In Reading

Sesame Street Beginnings’ So Big!

Baby Elmo takes the reader on a journey of how big he is getting and what he can do now that he is growing... Subscriber Content Baby Elmo takes the reader on a journey of how big he is getting and what he can do now that he is growing.  Such things like walking and… Continue reading Sesame Street Beginnings’ So Big!

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Dr. Seuss’ There’s A Wocket In My Pocket

In this classic book, Dr. Seuss uses rhyming couplets and nonsensical situations to engage children, and adults, into an adventurous read... Subscriber Content In this classic book, Dr. Seuss uses rhyming couplets and nonsensical situations to engage children, and adults, into an adventurous read.  Children learn the value of poetic license by made up words… Continue reading Dr. Seuss’ There’s A Wocket In My Pocket

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Having Fun with Animal Songs

This interactive cardboard book full of colorful characters contains four songs... Subscriber Content This interactive cardboard book full of colorful characters contains four songs; Where Has My Little Dog Gone, The Bear Went Over the Mountain, Six Little Ducks, and Little Bo Peep.  There are lyrics written on each page, and each song is color-coordinated… Continue reading Having Fun with Animal Songs

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Children’s Book: Guess How Much I Love You

In this cute little book, parent and child compete in declaring their love for each other... Subscriber Content In this cute little book, parent and child compete in declaring their love for each other.  Sam McBratney and Anita Jeram create a bunny family who love each other so much that they are willing to out-do… Continue reading Children’s Book: Guess How Much I Love You

Journeys Through Meditation

Being the Best Parent That I Can Be

Shortly after my husband received custody of his daughters, I realized that I was going to be a full-time parent.  This excited me and scared me all at once.  I was quite grateful to come across this meditation and was determined to see it through... Subscriber Content Photo courtesy of Ron Dove “Parenting is the… Continue reading Being the Best Parent That I Can Be

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David Shannon’s No, David!

This picture book takes the reader through all the things little boys do to get into trouble with their mothers... Subscriber Content How many times have I enjoyed this book?  Hundreds? Thousands?  I don’t remember anymore.  My now 14 year-old nephew enjoyed this book when he was three.  His 12 year-old brother was about the… Continue reading David Shannon’s No, David!

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Piece of Work

Julia Einstein was a former publicist and a stay-at-home mom. Until one day, her world was turned upside down by the unemployment of her husband, Peter. After depleting their savings account, Julia was forced to leave her three year-old son and return to work. It was meant to be a temporary situation until her husband found a new job. What she didn’t know was that her client, Mary Ford, was a brutal narcissist with bouts of kleptomania. Nor did she know that Peter was a better “stay-at-home-mom” than she ever was, and that her job would no longer be temporary...

Journeys Through Meditation

How to Teach Your Child Buddhism

Children are amazing creatures. They learn quickly and adapt to their surroundings to create their own calm and peace. Their ability to see the world through innocent eyes is a lesson many adults could learn to incorporate in their daily living. However, children do grow up and become teenagers.