BY Kellie Galentine
on Nov 24, 2015
Two moms, Nicole Okumu and (BUST contributor!) Sarah Sophie Flicker, looking for answers to their longstanding questions about feminism and motherhood, have created the online community At Once to address and discuss the intersection of the two.
The posts include advice for parents, inspirational poetry, art and a reading syllabus along with the blog's highlight "Shit Together" interviews. In the "Shit Together" interviews, different mothers answer a series of questions relating to whether they feel as if they have their shit figured out. Read More
BY Holiday Black
on Nov 03, 2015
When Solange Knowles posted a photo of her son in Halloween garb, she was met mostly with praise. Julesz posed with impressive steeze for an 11-year-old poise in an LL Cool J costume, leaning against a brick wall in a red track suit and Adidas. “Young Cool J too cool for ghosts and goblins,” she captioned the photo. While the photo accumulated a deserved several thousand likes, it also inspired one troll to rear it’s head from the depths of the social media-verse.
“So cute but at the same time, he ugly,” wrote the troll. Read More
You’ve just spent hours in the delivery room pushing through the pain, and the moment you’ve been waiting for has arrived – your child is here.
You and the father glance at each other – happily – because you did it, and once you arrive home, the one thing you want to do is sleep, after all, you did just produce a baby. Unfortunately, research suggests the father will pull a 180 and want you to do all the work; it seems sleep is no longer an option for you. Read More
BY Ada Guzman
on Jan 29, 2015
There are so many different kinds of moms, and so many different ways they raise their kids. Bottle versus breastfeeding, natural birth versus drug-assisted, part-time versus stay-at-home – these are just a handful of the ways moms do it in the baby-raising world.
It’s easy to get militant about one camp, pitting yourself against a friend, coworker, relative, or stranger who might do it differently – and it’s equally as easy to distance yourself from anyone who says nay to your way of childrearing. Read More
BY Marissa Dubecky
on Jan 23, 2015
Christy Nielsen is a Harvard grad and blogger who has gotten some flak for her choice to be a stay-at-home mom. On HuffPost Live Monday morning, Nancy Redd interviewed her along with two other Harvard alumnae who chose to lean into childcare instead of corporate America. Read More