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Coming Clean About My Double Life… as a Working Mom

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When I started a new job last December, I debated when, or if, I would mention to my colleagues that I had an infant...

Supporting Our Kids as They Return to School

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Boston Moms is thrilled to share this guest post written by Rita Morris, a local parent coach, certified life coach, and licensed mental health counselor. Who...

The Virtual Burnout :: In-Person Connection Can’t Be Replaced

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If there is one adage I can relate to over the course of COVID-19, it's "You don't know what you got 'til it's gone."...

I Don’t Want Life to Go Back to Normal

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Every day I hear the question asked. It might be from a friend, or on Facebook, or in the media: "When will...

Thinking About Homeschooling? Get Started with 4 Easy Steps

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It happened quickly. Families all over the country were all of a sudden at home, schooling their children. COVID-19 really shook us and is...

I Know What I Did Last Summer

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I know what I did last summer… and it won’t be like this summer. I’ll try, but I know it won’t be...

Anatomy of a Zoom Call

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It’s officially summer, and all I have to say is, thank goodness the Zoom calls are done for the school year. Because remember the...

Adopting the Class of 2020

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I am not the mom of a 2020 senior.  Or, I wasn't until my city began an "Adopt a Senior" page online.  The premise was simple...

Connecting in a Time of Disconnect

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During this time of isolation and social distancing, in some ways I’ve felt more connected than ever. On my daily walks, I talk to my...

What the Pandemic Has Done to Us

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I'll never forget it; one day in my classroom, a colleague mentioned she was worried about the coronavirus and whether it would make its...

To the Class of 2020, and Their Moms

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To the class of 2020 — whether it's high school, preschool, college, or whatever — you are getting a bad deal here. COVID-19 has...

Warning: Facebook Lives Are Less Real than They Appear

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My daughter was doing OK. She loved the increased family time. She loved not being rushed in the morning and instead being...

To the Moms of Kids with Special Needs :: Pandemic Edition

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To the moms of kids with special medical needs, I see you. I see you in this quarantine, trying to hold it all together....

I Lied to My Kid About COVID-19

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It started out more as on omission of the truth. Because my children are young, ages 4 and 1, and I’m blessed to be at...

I Won’t Sacrifice My Relationship With My Kid to Homeschool

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We started off strong, with homemade checklists compiled from materials sent by my daughter's six different therapists and one teacher. Our workbooks were secured,...