If youre a seasoned mom who woke up one morning and suddenly wondered, OMG, how did I get here?and then cringe, you just might be experiencing what is commonly referred to as Empty Nest Syndrome.
As mothers, weve got some serious skills. Whether theyre innate or learned through trial-and-error, our abilities and talents would make any professional resume shudder in jealousy.
Sometimes our seemingly smallest acts can have the largest impact — and what’s more profound is that we might never even know just how much. Take the Starbucks drive-thru, for example.
Mothers are appreciated for many reasons: our nurturing tendencies, our ability to multi-task with multiple children, our quick reaction timeforwhen theyvomit in the car, the fact that we can problem-solve when our kid poops in the bathtub But what often goes unnoticed is our stealth.
UCLAs legendary former basketball coach John Wooden got it right when he said: “It’s the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen.”
If you find a BabyBjrn Baby Carrier and Google Calendar in the vicinity of a stock trading floor, chances are you just might catch a glimpse of Fox Business Network reporter and new mom, Sandra Smith.Having grown up in Chicagos financial district, Sandra knew how to talk about U.S. equities, commission reports, investment management, and just about everything else with a number in it. And as she rose the ranks as a …
Whether she was moving and grooving in the Disney Channels hit High School Musical TV film series, or rock n rolling through an obstacle course in VH1s 2010 season of Celebrity Fit Club, KayCee Stroh has showed that shes got some moves. But now, after giving birth last May to her first child, Zetta Lee, she is blissfully dancing to a new tune: motherhood.
My 9-year-old son still believes I have super powers – which I do have, of course. Every mother has them.
Out of all the women on Bravos reality documentary TV program, The Real Housewives of Orange County, Peggy Tanous (who joined the sixth season cast) resonated with me the most. Maybe it was because I empathized with her postpartum depression struggles and noted her courage to talk about it in a very public forum.
Talk to Harris Faulkner for less than a minute, and you will know why she is an award-winning American news anchor for Fox News Channel. There is a warm, comforting tone to her voice as she delivers an intelligent and witty interplay of words backed by a genuine passion for what she does.