This Mother’s Day, I’m delighted to share some of my mom’s advice on parenting for all the mothers out there who need it!
In this week’s episode of Problematic Women, my mom joined Kelsey and I to give us a history lesson of the origins of Mother’s Day.
Yes, you can get them the standard gift certificate for a spa day or yet another tie, but allow us to encourage a different approach this year. Get them something useful.
I recently asked a bunch of my mom friends from all walks and stages of life: If they could have anything on Mother’s Day, what would it be? Here are their answers.
The government-driven maternity leave policies the Trump family has been boosting will punish mothers, husbands, and childless women.
Career-focused feminists give moms a hard time for abandoning career acclaim. But we all must make choices with the limited time and opportunities we have.
Here’s your list. Print it out, circle one, and get the mothers in your life something lovely for Mother’s Day.
To have one day to ‘honor’ mothers is to fail to even attempt to understand all mothers do. It’s to take a gargantuan task and turn it into a tea as if somehow that makes it all worthwhile.
To celebrate Mother’s Day, Skittles just released an ad that is the stuff of vomit-inducing nightmares.
Despite the popular trope that to be an important woman you need to focus on reproduction, these women have had varied and rich contributions to all facets of society.
A few women insist they’re proud to have killed the visible manifestation of the plain reality that they are mothers.
Like most holidays, Mother’s Day can come loaded with high expectations for us moms. Protect yourself from the inevitable disappointment, because no day is ever perfect.
Gather ‘round, children, and imbibe the ceremonial drink of mothers everywhere.
The Women’s Storybook Project of Texas, a nonprofit based in Austin, helps imprisoned mothers record themselves reading books to their children.
Start with the glitter-glue cards from the kids or grandkids, of course. You, however, should stop buying tacky dish towels and yet another bottle of lotion for Mother’s Day.
Moms often steal the limelight, but dads are needed now more than ever.
It may sound crazy, but explaining why mothers matter is apparently necessary.
A stepmom’s guide to second place on Mother’s Day and every other.
Is having kids ‘all joy and no fun’? Totally wrong. If you’re not having fun, you’re not paying attention.
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