Don’t be alarmed! We will NOT be discussing bootcamps, marathons or one armed push-ups in the following article! We will however, talk about the mind-bogglingly difficult process of getting up and moving againÂ after you have a baby. Exercise! Whether that means a walk around the block, a yoga class, whatever your thing, it provides us […]
Category: new parents
Reprinted with Permission, COHI, 2014 Imagine if your mother had been alone or without the necessary supplies to bring you safely into this world. Honor your mom this holiday with a donation that will help another mother and baby survive their delivery. Circle of Health International (COHI) is partnering with Maternova to create a unique […]
What new parents really want is someone to do the laundry, clean the house, or cook their dinner not another onesie.
These days it’s more common to have twins because of increased use of IVF and women having children at a later age. Teachers, coaches, families, and friends spend more time around multiples now, but may be unsure of how to deal with the unique situations that may arise with siblings the same age. Although these tips are geared for families with multiples, they may also be useful in parenting siblings of different ages.
As preschool or daycare enters the picture, losing control becomes our greatest hurdle. Once we get our emotions in check (and understand we are not alone) we can find ways to make it easier and healthier for our kids to transition into preschool.
I recently had a booth at the YMCA Healthy Kids Day. What I saw made me wonder how I might be contributing to my own kids being picky eaters. My booth consisted of two areas, one where kids could practice peeling and chopping cucumbers and another area where kids could build a rainbow of fruits […]
By Laura Rossi and Carla Molina “How wonderful to wrap their words around my words, struggles alongside mine, another mother’s hopes and fears twined round my heart–” -Marian Kent, poet & 2013 Listen To Your Mother: Providence cast member Did you ever listen to your mother? Were your conversations about breasts, childbirth or rear ends? […]
Looking forward to hosting a special Moms Night Event out with Rhody Mamas. Kidoinfo will be at Whole Foods Market University Heights on December 3 from 7-9pm.
Skill It will join us with fabulous recipe ideas. Enjoy free cooking demos, food tasting, beauty and body care sampling, floral arrangement demos, “Shopping on a Budget” tours, holiday meal and table prep tips & ideas, vendor showcases, “mocktails,” raffle items and much more!
This event is complimentary and a perfect way to learn some great menu and table decorating ideas in time for the holidays.
Come Get Right In Your Mind, Body, & Spirit at My Mini-Retreat for Moms on Friday, September 28th from 9 am â€“ 4:30 pm
Kate Hanley is a mind-body coach, a yoga teacher, and author of The Anywhere, Anytime Chill Guide. Sheâ€™s also the mom of two young kids, and thus knows every excuse in the book to avoid doing the things that keep you happy, healthy, and sane. She and her family live on the East Side.
“Pre-kids, I practiced yoga for nearly 15 years, attending a couple classes weekly and completing an intensive, year-long yoga teacher training at OM yoga in New York City. When I had my daughter, I managed to transition to a pretty regular home practice and made it to class most Sunday afternoons. But after my son followed, I really got thrown for a loop. Convinced that I couldnâ€™t do one extra thing that didnâ€™t involve keeping the kids alive, clothed, fed, rested, and provided for, I quit all forms of mind-body practice cold turkey. And thatâ€™s when things really went off the rails.”
“I know how slim the odds are of being able to take a full weekend away from the family to head up to Kripalu â€“ I wanted to bring the experience of 3 days spent away from the real world to Moms here in the Providence area, and offer a distilled version of a longer retreat in one mind-blowing day. There are still a few spots left, and Iâ€™m offering Kidoinfo readers 20% off.”