The transition to motherhood can be tough and, right now, it's even tougher. While we had intentions of meeting IRL this June, the world had different plans (first good lesson in parenting: You can't control all things).

But we still want to shower you with love. Give you advice from our experts. Indulge you in pampering. Help you meet other mamas for empowerment and support.

So be on the lookout in May for more information on our virtual gathering series hosted by experts and fellow mamas. We'll focus on mothering in our new world—from telehealth pediatrician visits and baby safety, to virtual baby showers and connecting/cocktailing with other moms online.


"See" you soon.

How much time our kids spend in front of a screen is something we have almost always been “strict" about in our household.

Generally speaking, we're not big TV watchers and our kids don't own tablets or iPads, so limiting screen time for our children (usually around the American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines) has proven to be a reasonable practice for us.

It wasn't until this past summer when I started working from home full time that I found myself stretching an hour to an hour and a half or allowing just one more episode of Pokemon so I could get in a few more emails quietly. (#MomGuilt)

I also realized that I wasn't counting when we passively had the news on in the background as TV time and that we weren't always setting a stellar example for our kids as we tended to use our phones during what should have been family time.

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