Moms vs. Non-Moms: How did they stack up?

  This post brought to you by Fisher-Price . The content and opinions expressed below are that of Daily Mom. As moms, we've all felt the...

Unconventional Supplements for Nursing Moms

  Everyone knows you need to eat well and stay properly hydrated when you are breastfeeding your child. However, what most women don't know is that your...

Motherhood Through Our Eyes

  We come from different parts of the country and have different backgrounds and lifestyles. But the one thing that has bonded us, and has...

Breastmilk Oversupply Problems & Solutions

  If you're one of the lucky women that produces too much breast milk, you know that this blessing can sometimes be a "curse," from...

Maternity Leave vs ME-Ternity Leave: Its No Vacation

It’s no secret that the United States’ maternity leave laws are some of the worst in the world. New mothers barely have time to...

Welcome Quinton James!

  Our very first Daily Mom baby has arrived! In case you didn't know, many of us here at Daily Mom are pregnant. We have...

Welcome Julia Rose!

Just a short 7 hours after the birth of Elliot Hart, the Daily Mom team excitedly welcomed in the fifth newest baby since our...

Welcome Ava!

The Daily Mom baby boom continues with the recent birth of beautiful baby girl Ava! Writer Rockie, her husband Arash, and 23 month old...

Welcome Marley Layne

Our sixth Daily Mom baby arrived to writer Danielle, her husband Stephen and son Graeme. They welcomed their baby girl Marley Layne February 9,...

Welcome Elliot Hart

Join us in welcoming Elliot Hart, our fourth Daily Mom baby born since our launch! Elliot is the first baby for editor Kayla and...

Welcome Nicholas Robert!

Recently, our second Daily Mom baby arrived in this world. Writer Krista, her husband Jon and daughter Gia, welcomed a new baby boy on...

Why We March For Our Lives

On April 16th, 2007, I distinctly remember waking up and having this feeling that something was wrong- even before I’d turned on the news,...

A Guide to Surviving Kids Shows

Picture this: you're with your child, having a jolly time playing with Little People and that precious face looks up at you with her...

Beyond 6 Months- Benefits of Nursing to One Year

  It is no surprise to most that breastfeeding is beneficial to both baby and mother. But many are not aware of exactly how breastfeeding can...

WANT TO WRITE FOR DAILY MOM?

Have you ever been reading one of our posts and thought to yourself, “I could totally write for Daily Mom,” or “If I had...

Welcome William Jacob!

Daily Mom's 3rd baby born since our launch in March arrived on Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at 12:44pm via C-section to Writer Megan B.!...

5 Ways to Turn Your Mom Guilt into Something Positive

Every mom has it – that pang of mom guilt that makes you question everything you have ever done as a mother. Do I...

My Mom Still Colors Easter Eggs with Me

Nothing can influence a child’s development more than the interactions with their mother. A mother and a daughter have a special connection. One day...

20 Things That Are a Mom’s BFF That Aren’t People

  There are things in this world that we moms cling to for our sanity. Each one of us has something different that allows us...

Daily Mom Military: Deployment? What’s That?

Deployments are part of military life. It’s kind of our signature “thing.” It’s one thing that our spouses and families have to deal with...

Feeling All the Feels: Sending My Girl to Kindergarten

  I don’t know how it happened. It’s cliche but it’s true. It seems like yesterday the nurse placed her in my arms for the first...

Daily Mom Military: Married to the Military

I don’t know any military spouse that went looking to become a military spouse. Every spouse I know, it just kind of…happened. We met...

Why We March: An Open Letter

My Darling Children, I do not consider myself a political scholar, or even possessing extensive political knowledge. I cannot relate to all the woes of...

Raising a Family with a Spouse suffering from a Chronic Disease

As I sat breastfeeding my infant while entertaining my toddler, half-listening to a doctor (a gastroenterologist to be exact) tell myself and my husband that...

A Letter to my (older) Adopted Child

It is not your fault. It is not always your fault that you are all alone. It is the nature of the beast. It...

The Online Village: Why Moms Are Always on Their Phones

“Seriously, what are you looking at? Who are you talking to?” “No one. I’m just on Facebook.” “Facebook, Instagram. You’re always on there. I don’t see...

How I (Didn’t) Heal After Miscarriages and Secondary Infertility

  One in four. That’s how many women will experience a miscarriage in their reproductive lifetime. There are so many women out there that share this...

Why I Did Redshirt My Child

Getting ready to send your baby to kindergarten is an emotional process for both the parents and the child. Many parents with summer or...

Why I Didn’t Redshirt My Child

Academically redshirting your child is a topic often discussed by parents as their children get ready to enter kindergarten. In short, redshirting your child...

Confession: I Don’t Read To My Kids Every Night

Reading is a fundamental right to our culture and according to readingisfundamental.org, we as parents should start reading to them when they are young...

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