Valentine’s Day should not be stressful–it should be a day focused on celebrating love! Look, if you have oodles of extra time, there are tons of Martha-Stewart-Level-Perfection-DIYs of cakes and crafts that look like they may take two weeks to finish. But for most of us, it’s just not reality. Indeed, Valentine’s Day is already less […]
by Meagan Nordmann Fowler There are many reasons you may want to send a Valentine’s Day Card to your family and friends: You may have a big announcement to make (pink or blue?), you may have a too-cute-to-not-share photo, you may just be nostalgic for all those little photo cards we’d swap in grade-school. Or, […]
Yasine Armstrong, co-founder of BabyPage: One of my favorite writers is Glennon Doyle Melton with Momastery and Together Rising. She started her career as an author by blogging about her experiences raising her three kids. She needed an outlet to help her feel less alone and isolated as a stay-at-home mom. Her ability to capture the […]
I am thrilled to announce the newest addition to the BabyPage family, baby Kira! Our little one was born this fall and we couldn’t be happier to now be a family of five. Welcoming a new baby is an incredible thing but comes with all sorts of challenges, especially if you have older children. Our […]
Christmas Day is almost upon us and you may find yourself stressing about gifts—especially a more meaningful gift. Perhaps you have a new baby? Or a house-full of kids. What will they give grandma & grandpa? Or Dad? Or their Aunts and Uncles? We’ve scoured the internet and figured out that the best way to […]
Last Christmas Eve, Emily Harper Beard’s water broke, and she found herself in labor all of Christmas Day. In the wee hours of Kwanzaa (the day after Christmas), baby Avett Otis was born. Needless to say, Christmas will remain an extra-special event in the Beard household. With Avett almost one-year old now, Emily—a working mom […]
By Meagan Nordmann Fowler There are few things more magical than a child during holiday season. This time of year inspires kids and grown-ups alike to celebrate with innocence and joy—sweet treats, singing joyful carols, warm cuddles by the fire, bundled up in our coziest clothes, decorating our homes, sledding down snowy hills, slow […]
By Meagan Nordmann Fowler Growing up, I personally had a love-hate relationship with “The Kids Table” at Thanksgiving. I know it was all my mom could do to cram all the adults around the largest dining table, and there simply was no room for us kids. So all of the cousins were relegated to “The […]
Babies in any season are adorable, but there’s something particularly charming about flushed chubby cheeks wrapped snugly into a knit cap and scarf and bundled up into a miniature coat. This time of year is always magical, but when you are seeing it through the eyes of a babe, it is only magnified.
Being a new mother is overwhelming. Not only are you adjusting to your new changing body, a plethora of less-than-wonderful pregnancy symptoms, and overwhelming emotions—but you are also bombarded with advice and product marketing.