January 2018

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    Finding Empowerment While Advocating for Safer Beauty Products

    We have a chance to come across so many strong, resourceful women in this community who approach motherhood in beautifully diverse ways. We would like to tell some of their stories. First up is a mama who has recently relocated her small family, began a small business, and is motivated to make a huge social […] More

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    19 Crazy Yoga Classes You Won’t Believe Exist

    Hey mamas! Whether you’re in a workout rut and looking for something fun to try or you just want a good snort-laugh (“snaugh”?… “lort”?), we’re listing the craziest yoga classes you won’t believe exist! Yoga began as a Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, which included breath control, simple meditation, and bodily postures. And for the […] More

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    Ohhh the Llama Drama! Children’s book favorite on Netflix

    Mamas, get excited! Llama Llama is coming to Netflix this week – on January 26th! Presented in 15 half-hour episodes that will cover Llama Llama’s adventures and everyday routine with his friends and, of course, his Mama, Netflix has gathered a powerhouse line-up of directors, creators and producers to deliver this children’s book favorite-turned-series: More

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    8 Random Facts About Children’s Book Author Robert Munsch

    So many authors lead the most amazing lives! Dan Brown, the author of bestseller The Da Vinci Code, was first a songwriter, pop singer, Spanish teacher and part of his school’s glee club. William Shakespeare married a woman named Anne Hathaway. At the time of their wedding, she was 26 and he was only 18 years […] More

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    11 Great Toys for When You’re on the Go

    When out and about with kids, you want toys that fit easily in pockets or bags. If your kids don’t annoy everyone in a 20 foot radius and toys provide entertainment for more than a few seconds, you’re on a roll! So, here are 11 great toys for when you’re on the go. They’re easy […] More

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    Criteria for Choosing High Quality Daycare

    This mamabare has had the incredible good fortune of staying home with our littlest one for the past 17 months. We have been anticipating, however reluctantly, that moment when timetables will shift and responsibilities will be renegotiated. Yep, mamabare will soon return to a structured work schedule. Plans for this shift in family dynamic have not been taken lightly. We discuss at […] More

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    12 Tricks for Traveling on the Cheap with Kids

    Traveling with kids is so much fun – but it can be expensive! Gone are the days of your income being dedicated exclusively to you and your hobbies. Pre-kids, leaving on a trip meant throwing a few bags together, either hopping in the car or catching a flight, and having the (responsibility-free) time of your life! […] More

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    Labor of Love: Embracing Pregnancy & Motherhood with Style

    mamabare.co has started a new segment in this community where women can share their own stories of pregnancy, loss, labor and motherhood. In Labor of Love, we are reminded that our stories are each so unique in their own ways, yet entirely universal. This week we share Chris Peterkin’s experience. With a successful medical practice in a small Ontario rural town, Chris […] More

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    10 Best Tips for Moving with Your Anxious Child

    Moving season has crept up on us all and it can be a stressful time of year. Along with planning the end of the school year and managing the day-to-day demands of parenting, a move can quickly feel overwhelming! Kids feel just as overwhelmed with moves and anxious children feel even more uneasy. Here are […] More

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    Labor of Love : An Empowering Birth According to Plan

    mamabare.co loves showcasing our most popular segment in this community – where women can share their own stories of pregnancy, loss, labor and motherhood. In Labor of Love, we are reminded that our stories are so unique in their own ways, yet entirely universal.   More

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    Bedtime Tweaks for Better Sleep

    Most parents know the pain of sleep deprivation. (If your child started sleeping through the night at 3 weeks and continued for the next 4 years, you can stop reading.) Sleep Tweaks For the rest of us, even if your little one is traditionally a good sleeper, most kids hit rough patches where bedtime is […] More

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    Top 16 Ways to Style Mom Jeans This Season

    This jean trend has come back with a vengeance in recent years. And it doesn’t seem to be going away any time soon. When trying to figure out what counts as “mom jeans”, it’s probably best to avoid looking it up on Urban Dictionary. References to women over 40, SNL skits, and something called “front […] More

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