Moomah the Magazine
  • Dwell in Bed: A sweet reminder. Dwell in Bed: A sweet reminder.

    I did a very small thing last year that went a long way. My grandfather was in the last year of his life and the moments when he recognized us were becoming more fleeting and incredibly precious. It was hard not to worry about him. One particular worry I had, was that he would wake up and not know where he was. I decided to leave loving messages on all of his pillowcases and sheets using a fabric marker. He'd awake to the message, “You are loved Grandpop” and would proudly show his messages to all his visitors. It gave me some comfort knowing that even if I wasn’t physically there all of the time, reminders of my love were.

  • The Honest Company: Bed, Bath & Beyond The Honest Company: Bed, Bath & Beyond

    I am a bathaholic. I love everything about my baths. My scrubs, my lotions, my candles, my music, my towels, my robe, my slippers and my music. For me the ritual can’t last long enough. My kids? Ehhh... not so much.

  • Three (or more) In The Bed Three (or more) In The Bed

    In the middle of the night, you roll over in your bed on your nightly quest for a restful sleep, and there among the pillows and perhaps your partner, are footy pajamas connected to a little person who has hijacked the slumbering mothership. Sleep may well be the most oft-talked about frontier of parenting. Family, friends, and colleagues all share their warnings, recount their horror stories, and pass on advice in the collective oral history of children stealing sleep from their parents.

  • Daily Candy, Help Please: Interview with Tracey Stewart Daily Candy, Help Please: Interview with Tracey Stewart

    The tagline to the site reads, “Be inspired and know you are doing enough.” Why was this an important message to get across to your readers?
    I think we put too much pressure on ourselves not to screw up. Articles can sometimes fool you into believing that others are pulling things off more seamlessly. Once you see how the sausage is made, you have to see there is no “perfect.” The best we can do is go into parenting with good intentions and an open mind.

  • Barbie Angst Barbie Angst

    Before my husband and I had children, we were excellent parents. We would tsk parents who allowed their children to play with Gameboys while out to dinner: "Dinner is family time." We would tut parents who allowed their vehicles to become children's home entertainment centers: "Those catatonic children are literally letting the world pass them by." Our children, whilst fictional, would never be amongst these casualties of modern culture.

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