On Wednesday, I’ll board a plane for the first time since my son’s birth in April 2008 to attend the BlogHer conference in Chicago. I would like to thank Medela for sponsoring my trip to BlogHer and WebmasterRadio.fm for their support.
Show mom some R-E-S-P-E-C-T. Let me tell you what it means to me.
Respect means that every member of the family has a right to feel safe. No one should feel belittled, bullied, or beaten.
If you are looking for a small gift with big meaning on Mother’s Day, try this faux-leather RESPECT! bracelet that benefits the Family Violence Prevention Fund’s RESPECT! campaign.
The Emancipation Network (TEN) is an international organization dedicated to fighting human trafficking and modern day slavery. Through Made by Survivors, TEN provides survivors of slavery and people at risk of being trafficked into slavery with an opportunity for a sustainable income, education and help reintegrating into society.
When you purchase the beautiful gifts these survivors make, you are helping survivors of slavery help themselves…
For Mother’s Day, how about an eco-chic gift that also helps women in impoverished areas avoid or overcome slavery?
The Emancipation Network (TEN) is an international organization dedicated to fighting human trafficking and modern day slavery. Through Made by Survivors, TEN provides survivers of slavery and people at risk of being trafficked into slavery with an opportunity for a sustainable income, education and help reintegrating into society.
They had me at saving women from slavery…
Politics aside, Sarah Palin’s candidacy has brought motherhood issues to public attention: special needs babies, teenage pregnancy, and breastfeeding and babywearing. Sara Palin has been spotted wearing baby Trig in a Ingrid (Reversible) Baby Pouch Sling from Hotslings. What a hip baby carrier! The Ingrid is cream with abstract red flowers that read as organic […]
Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, many stores are donating a percentage of the profits on certain items to breast cancer charities. Check out Mamanista’s Breast Cancer Shopping Guide for our roundup of the best pink ribbon stores and products. Want a chance to win a Mini Piggy from Tough Cookies, Pink Logo Body Cream from […]
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We’re asking you to join the fight against breast cancer by volunteering, donating or simply by shopping. We love when we can shop for a cause, so here are some ideas for items that will support breast cancer research and foundations. Fabulous Bags- Including the Ju-Ju-Be Be Right Back: […]
After having clothing envy for all the chic ensembles my daughter has, I am really excited about Shabby Apple, which offers couture style at bargain prices for both women and girls. For less than a department store price-tag, you can express your unique sense of style. Shabby Apple specializes in comfortable dresses with flair. There […]
Although I wouldn’t go so far as to call myself a Luddite (obviously blogging is using technology), I tend to error on the side of unplugged entertainment for tots. But there comes a day when the kiddos grow up and discover the joys of the electronic world. When that day comes, it is reassuring to […]