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How to become a Baby Stylist
Today we are talking with Momma Sarah, who is a stylist for the Chicago based company Mac and Mia. Mac and Mia is a children's box service company that sends hand selected boutique style clothing right to your door. Sarah makes your kid look stylish by putting together a curated box of clothing selected specifically with your child in mind. And she gets to do this while working from home, and being present with her daughter, Violet. Sounds pretty amazing right?! Well today, we are talking...
Raising a baby in the Big Apple
Have you ever thought about what it would be like to raise a baby in NYC?! Well today we are talking with Momma Hannah, who calls New York City home. New York always feels like such a different kind of place. It's so busy with booming skyscrapers, lots of people, and an impressive subway system. What does Motherhood look like in the city that doesn't sleep? Today Hannah is giving us all the scoop, which includes having to take an Uber RX home from the hospital, and getting a hotel...
The One complication of Childbirth no one talks about.
This might very well be the least fun thing to talk about ever, but we need to talk about it! Because this is a super common complication after having a baby, and yet one that most people don't even know exists. Unless this has happened to you, then you know all about it. I am talking about rectal fissures, oh childbirth, you cray! Join Host Amy Dunkel and Guest Alex Mavris, as they chat all about this issue. Find out more about this Episode at MomWhoRuletheWorld.com and follow Moms Who...
Welcome to the Moms Who Rule the World Podcast
Ahhhhh, the very first Podcast for Moms Who Rule the World!! I really can't believe it, and I can't tell you how weird it felt to be talking into a microphone while sitting at my desk.. But, I am pushing through, because I believe in the power of Podcasting. I believe in it's ability to connect. And, I believe in you Momma, in every stage. I see you driving through the Dunkin Donuts drive through, picking up your kids from soccer practice, holding your sick baby in the middle of...