With everything going on in our world right now, it's easy to forget about all the good coming our way soon. Long days spent in the backyard. The happy screeches of sweaty kids dirty...
Moms don't get the recognition they deserve! As a business run BY local moms FOR local moms, Boston Moms is excited to showcase the hard work local moms are doing — both at home and in their professions. Today's feature highlights Juli McDonald, local mom and news reporter!
Rustic Marlin founders Melanie and Brian O'Neil started their business in their garage in 2012 and now employ a talented team of over 30 designers, artists, and craftsmen. Their business, like most small businesses, has seen the immediate effects of the economic downturn associated with COVID-19. However, instead of hanging their heads in defeat, Melanie and Brian got creative.
Boston-area families won't be able to attend our typical Easter egg hunts this year, but with a little help from our local communities, we can go on an Easter egg hunt while still practicing social distancing! Similar to the "bear hunts" and "chalk walks" we’ve seen happening in neighborhoods all over America, our egg hunt works best if lots of neighbors (young and old) participate.
Boston Moms is committed to bringing timely and necessary resources to our readers in Greater Boston and beyond. With the recent school closures due to COVID-19 (coronavirus) concerns, we understand that access to food might be limited for some families in our area. Below you will find resources for sourcing food in your community. These resources have been pooled by our followers and team. If you have an additional resource that you believe should be mentioned, please email meghan[at]bostonmoms.com.
Fun for parents, fun for kids, Nailed It DIY South Shore has it ALL! We've all been there... you get the itch to do something crafty but aren't sure where to start. Or, you find...
As the first global school network, Whittle School & Studios provides global education for pre-K through 12th grade, with an international faculty that teaches using a carefully developed progressive curriculum combined with experiential learning.
Our boys have never, not once, used a smartphone, tablet, or computer. We are raising tech-free kids.
I've rarely shopped thrift myself. With back-to-school shopping on my mind, I visited my local Savers to try my hand at Rethinking Reuse!
Giving the power of CHOICE to our children encourages healthy eating — and it encourages them to explore new foods!
As a mother, I’m always a little skeptical about the souvenirs my kids pick out at a game or on a trip. I can happily report my kids LOVE ThunderHeadz!